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EasyGPS 5.48
EasyGPS 5.48 EasyGPS is the fast and easy way to upload and download waypoints, routes, and tracks between your Windows computer and your Garmin, Magellan, or Lowrance GPS. EasyGPS lists all of your waypoints on the left side of the screen, and shows a plot of your GPS data on the right. Use EasyGPS to back up and organize your GPS data, print maps, or load new waypoints onto your GPS for your next hike or geocaching adventure. EasyGPS works with every popular handheld GPS receiver, and it is 100% FREE! Garmin GPS receivers that can upload and download GPS data with EasyGPS Click the model family name below to confirm that EasyGPS supports your Garmin handheld or dashboard GPS: Garmin nüvi, Garmin eTrex, Garmin Colorado, Garmin Dakota, Garmin GPSMAP, Garmin Edge, Garmin Montana, Garmin Oregon, Garmin Rino. All other Garmin GPS receivers. Magellan models that can transfer waypoints, routes, and tracks with EasyGPS Click the model family name below to confirm that EasyGPS supports your Magellan GPS receiver: Magellan eXplorist, Magellan Meridian, and Magellan SporTrak GPS receivers. All other Magellan GPS receivers. Lowrance GPS receivers, chartplotters and fishfinders that work with EasyGPS Click the model family name below to confirm that EasyGPS supports your Lowrance handheld or marine GPS: Lowrance iFinder, Lowrance Endura, Lowrance HDS, Lowrance LCX, and Lowrance LMS GPS . All other Lowrance GPS receivers, GPS chartplotters, and fishfinders. EasyGPS also supports MLR, Brunton, and Silva GPS receivers. If your GPS isn't listed above, you can still use it as an input to the GPS Tracking feature in ExpertGPS to create a moving-map display on your laptop. Tracking works with any GPS receiver or GPS antenna that outputs NMEA data to a COM port. Tracking works with either a physical serial port, or a virtual COM port. If you have a USB or Bluetooth GPS antenna, it probably comes with software ...
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