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  2. Syncios - Wikipedia

    The Syncios Mac version was released on August 25, 2015 for free, but the functions are not as powerful as the Windows version. Features like Video Downloader, Ringtone Maker and iTunes library Manager were hidden. Change history for Syncios Manager for win: 12/21/2015, Syncios Manager for win 5.0.0 was released, which was a milestone.

  3. Trojan horse (computing) - Wikipedia

    Use of the term. It's not clear where or when the concept, and this term for it, was first used, but by 1971 the first Unix manual assumed its readers knew both:. Also, one may not change the owner of a file with the set—user—ID bit on, otherwise one could create Trojan Horses able to misuse other’s files.

  4. Banshee (media player) - Wikipedia

    Banshee is a cross-platform open-source media player, called Sonance until 2005. Built upon Mono and Gtk#, it used the GStreamer multimedia platform for encoding, and decoding various media formats, including Ogg Vorbis, MP3 and FLAC.

  5. Zango (company) - Wikipedia

    Zango, (also letter case zango), formerly ePIPO, 180solutions and Hotbar, was a software company that provided users access to its partners' videos, games, tools and utilities in exchange for viewing targeted advertising placed on their computers.

  6. RealAudio - Wikipedia

    Other programs, including MPlayer, RM Downloader, VLC media player, StreamBox VCR, HiDownload and Real7ime Converter can also save streams to a file. Codecs. RealAudio files are compressed using several audio codecs. Each codec is identified by a four character code. Below is a list of the codecs and the version in which each was introduced:

  7. Usenet - Wikipedia

    Usenet (/ ˈ j uː z n ɛ t /) is a worldwide distributed discussion system available on computers.It was developed from the general-purpose Unix-to-Unix Copy (UUCP) dial-up network architecture.

  8. Microsoft Silverlight - Wikipedia

    A free software implementation (now abandoned) named Moonlight, developed by Novell in cooperation with Microsoft, was released to bring Silverlight version 1 and 2 functionality to Linux, FreeBSD, and other open source platforms, although some Linux distributions did not include it, citing redistribution and patent concerns.