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A free and open source screenshot tool optimized for productivity237 weekly downloads
Little Registry Cleaner is an open source program designed for Microsoft's Windows Registry. Its purpose is to remove obsolete or unwanted items that build up in the registry over time in order to improve the stability & performance of your computer551 weekly downloads
(Chinese Only) PHPnow is a full PHP development and server environment for Windows. It consists of Apache 2.x / PHP 5 / MySQL 5.x / phpMyAdmin. Augomatic setting up the environment. You can always change PHPnow directory. Like running in USB Disk.1 weekly downloads
Burmol is an optimization program designed to help you remove or stop programs that may be causing your computer to slow in order to speed up your computer and improve your system.
A pure third-party-component-free ASP graphics generator. Plan to support BMP, GIF, ... etc..
Notepad++ project is moving to GitHub:
WCell is not using this repository anymore - Please refer to our homepage @ http://www.wcell.org and check out our new repository on Github @ http://github.com/WCell/WCell
Secure chat software.Build on SRSMP.
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