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- Keyboard & Mouse Locker
My kid love to press keyboard while PC is on so I needed something to lock the keyboard. It helped me really good.
Useful one. Shows temperatures, fan speed etc. Pretty good to check if CPU overheating.
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Just what I needed. It's a really helpful timer app that works very well.
It was very good for me to organize my music collection. Unfortunately they are not selling new copies of this program...
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Poor and laggy user interface. It's not the kind I was looking.
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Realistic sounds and graphics. Enjoyed this game very much. I will surely play this again.
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It's really good, will help you to manage your drivers efficiently.
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This is not exactly racing game with other bikers which I thought, rather bike riding game. But I enjoyed it very much.
An easy-to-use musical ear trainer that uses a unique method to teach you absolute or perfect pitch, which is the ability to name any note played, without the aid of the reference note required by musicians with only relative pitch. The software works by presenting notes in an atonal, rather than tonal, context to reduce the possibility of using relative pitch. You learn a particular note by listening to a random sequence that includes the note. Whenever the note is played, your aural recognition is reinforced by visual stimuli that serve to connect the sound of the note with its name and position on the piano keyboard. When you are confident that you know the note well enough, you can proceed to take a test. With its resizable seven-octave piano keyboard, the software can also be used to play music using either your mouse or computer keyboard.