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Name
Licence
Rating
  • Process Hacker 2.33
    Date: 01 Mar 2014

    Open Source
    Score - 5

    View and take control of the programs running on your PC

  • Freeciv Portable 2.4.2
    Date: 21 Feb 2014

    Open Source
    Score - 5

    Conquer the world with this free, open-source variation on Sid Meier's Civilization

  • VirtualDub 1.10.4
    Date: 28 Oct 2013

    Open Source
    Score - 5

    A powerful solution for all your video capturing and processing needs

  • Open Source
    Score - 5

    Create, copy, move, expand, shrink or delete partitions from this bootable Linux-based environment

  • Ruby on Rails 2.0.0
    Date: 25 Feb 2013

    Open Source
    Score - 5

    Build industry-strength web applications at speed

  • AxCrypt 1.7.2687 (64-bit)
    Date: 22 Jan 2012

    Open Source
    Score - 5

    Protect your confidential data from snoopers with this easy-to-use encryption tool

  • Open Source
    Score - 5

    Watch TV through Windows Media Center without the need for a TV tuner 

  • Open Source
    Score - 5

    A powerful solution for all your video capturing and processing needs

  • Wiki on a Stick 0.11.9
    Date: 17 May 2010

    Open Source
    Score - 5

    Complete wiki in a single file for the ultimate in portability

  • Tomboy 1.1.1
    Date: 07 May 2010

    Open Source
    Score - 5

    Tomboy is a fast and unobtrusive desktop note taking program.


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