A multimedia viewer with support for DivX, AVI, MPEG, MOV, MP3, animated GIF, VideoCD and CD-i, WAV, VOC, and also BMP, GIF, JPG, PCX, TGA and other graphics formats. Capable of playing MP3 files on machines with a 80386 processor. QuickView is a 32 bit protected mode program and therefore needs at least a 80386 processor and a VGA card. It will run under DOS 3.0 or better, or in a DOS shell under Windows 95/98/ME and OS/2. Most ISA sound cards are supported as well as some PCI sound cards.
RadLight 4.0 A multimedia player with support for DivX, AVI, OGG, ASF, MPEG, WMV, MOV, MP3, WAV and other formats, multilingual subtitles and much more » 23.07.2005 - 3,44 MB - 98/ME/XP - Shareware, $24.95
J. River Media Center 25.0.016 J. River Media Center provides an easy, efficient way to collect, organize, and play music and other media files on your PC. It is an all-in-one player and organizer for digital music, video, and Internet radio » 26.03.2019 - 35.92 MB - Windows 7/8/10 - Shareware, $49.99
iTunes 12.9.4Softoogle's Pick! Manage and play your music collection with drag-and-drop simplicity » 26.03.2019 - 52.68 KB - Windows 7/8/10 - Free
RadioBOSS 18.104.22.168 This utility will allow you to broadcast your favorite music » 25.03.2019 - 26.96 MB - Windows XP/7/8/10 - Demo
MPC-HC 1.8.6 Media Player Classic Home Cinema is a free audio and video player for Windows » 22.03.2019 - 13.83 MB - Windows XP/7/8/10 - Free
KMPlayer 22.214.171.124 KMPLAYER is a korean movie and audio player that supports a wide range of codecs and file formats. It has full VCD/DVD playback functionality » 14.03.2019 - 47.14 MB - Windows 7/8/10 - Free
The Norton AntiVirus 2009 Gaming Edition application was designed to be the fastest virus protection you can get. It stops spyware, worms, bots, and other threats coldâ€”without slowing down your PC. When youâ€™re gaming, your protection should get out of the way. Norton AntiVirus 2009 Gaming Edition does exactly that.
Gamer Mode No alerts + no notifications = no interruptions Optional settings to temporarily suspend updates, behavioral scanning and intrusion prevention Enabled automatically when your PC is in full screen mode Activate manually with a quick click on the Norton system tray icon
Lightning Fast Rapid Pulse Updates every 5 to 15 minutes Installs in less than a minute Adds less than 1 second to boot time
Light as a Feather Uses less than 6MB memory even without the Gamer Mode performance boost Needs less than 50MB hard disk space on installation Runs only 2 processes at a time Performance graphs display CPU and memory usage and how little Norton is using
Respects your needs Smart Scheduler holds resource intensive actions for when you are not using your PC Resource usage table shows you the what, when and how long for background actions taken by Norton AntiVirus Delivers consistently strong protection - thatâ€™s why Norton AntiVirus has won more consecutive Virus Bulletin 100 awards than any other AV software
This is the "unofficial" version of SideShow. The Developers description: "Sideshow is an awareness interface with the goal of helping people stay aware of large amounts of dynamic information without overloading or distracting them. It resides on a user's primary display and utilizes peripheral awareness. We've also built Sideshow to support easy polling of information and have explored some use of alerts... Sideshow is implemented as a sidebar. This sidebar, by default, is always present on one edge of the user's screen (much like the Windows taskbar). Users can also configure the sidebar to automatically hide itself or to allow itself to be covered by other windows. By default, the sidebar is 55 pixels wide. Inside the sidebar are several high-level summaries of important information in a user's world. We call these summaries "tickets"... If users want to find out more information about a ticket, they can hover their mouse over it and a "tooltip grande" appears. We chose the name "tooltip grande" because the window behaves like a tooltip (it appears when you mouse over a ticket and disappears when you move the mouse away), but these tooltips differ from standard tooltips in two ways. First, they're rather large (to provide lots of detailed information), and second, they're actionable: users can manipulate information inside the tooltip window or click to get even more detailed information. For example, in the tooltip for my mail inbox, I can open, forward, reply to, or delete any message..."