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  2. Ninite - Wikipedia

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    Ninite (/ ˈ n ɪ n aɪ t /; codenamed Volery during private beta stage) is a package management system offering that enables users to automatically install popular applications for their Windows operating system.

  3. Zune software - Wikipedia

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    Zune devices, Windows Phone devices and the Microsoft Kin phones permit the download and streaming of music; Windows Phone devices additionally allow the download of applications. Pricing. Purchases are made in the Microsoft Points currency, which can also be used to purchase content from Xbox Live and Games for Windows Live marketplaces. The ...

  4. Halo 2 - Wikipedia

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    Halo 2 was officially announced in September 2002 with a cinematic trailer, scheduled for a Holiday 2003 release. The first major look at the game came with the E3 2003 demo in May; Halo 2 was Microsoft's strongest showing at the event, and some journalists believed the game looked too good to be live gameplay and must have been a scripted cutscene.

  5. FireChat - Wikipedia

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    History. The app was first introduced in March 2014 for iPhones, followed on April 3 by a version for Android devices.. In July 2015, FireChat introduced private messaging. Until then, it had only been possible to post messages to public chatro

  6. Spotify - Wikipedia

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    Spotify was founded in 2006 in Stockholm, Sweden, by Daniel Ek, former CTO of Stardoll, and Martin Lorentzon, co-founder of Tradedoubler. According to Ek, the company's title was initially misheard from a name shouted by Lorentzon.

  7. Potsdam Conference - Wikipedia

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    EDSITEment's lesson Sources of Discord, 1945–1946; Annotated bibliography for the Potsdam Conference from the Alsos Digital Library; Harry Truman Revisionist Analysis of Potsdam Conference Shapell Manuscript Foundation; Interview with James W. Riddleberger Chief, Division of Central European Affairs, U.S. Dept. of State, 1944–47

  8. Brave (web browser) - Wikipedia

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    Brave is a free and open-source web browser developed by Brave Software, Inc. based on the Chromium web browser. Brave is a privacy-focused browser, which automatically blocks online advertisements and website trackers in its default settings.

  9. Bebo - Wikipedia

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    Bebo (/ ˈ b iː b oʊ / BEE-boh) was an American social networking website that originally operated from 2005 until its bankruptcy in 2013, and relaunched in February 2021. The site relaunched several times after its bankruptcy with a number of short-lived offerings, including instant messaging and video streaming, until its acquisition by Amazon in July 2019 when it was shut down.