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Boom Audio Player v1.0.37
Boom Audio Player v1.0.37 An easy to use audio player intended for casual computer users who do not wish to spend their time on figuring more sophisticated software out. All of its most important features are easily accessible out-of-the-box. Noteworthy features: No installation or administrator rights required! Just download and run. Gapless playback of properly encoded files. Enjoy smooth transitions between tracks. ReplayGain support. External software is currently required to write ReplayGain information to file tags to utilize this functionality. Contents of your music folders are shown, in a convenient structured genre/artist/album/song view. By default, contents of "my music" folder or Windows Music library folders are shown. You can configure Boom to index music from any other folders though. You can install Boom to removable media and have it index contents of the folder it is installed in. Are your files badly tagged or missing tags alltogether? No problem, Boom can browse your music library by its folder structure. Supports variety of popular audio formats, including: MP3, Ogg Vorbis, FLAC, Musepack (MPC), WavPack, WAV, AIFF, MP4/M4A, WMA. For emergency tagging needs, Boom includes a simplified version of the foobar2000 Properties dialog. Easily configured to run from removable media. Multilanguage support. Changes: Version 1.0.37 highlights: Updated various audio decoding libraries to their current versions. Black theme shows dark titlebar and scrollbars on Windows 10/11. Noteworthy features currently missing: Internet radio playback is not supported. No easy way to integrate with Windows Explorer other than manually going through "open with" / "choose default program" for every ...
5/5 4,213 Jun 09, 2022
Peter Pawlowski
MultiWall v1.0.37
MultiWall v1.0.37 MultiWall is a free windows desktop application that is designed for setting desktop wallpaper on any computer setup, especially those with more than one monitor. This is providing what windows should have had a long time ago; it will make setting your wallpaper incredibly simple and easy. Whats the problem? Theres plenty! Windows doesnt handle wallpaper well in general. Multi-screen users have been left in the dark. Ordinarily there are no features like pan/crop/zoom/bezel adjust, even with apps like ultramon and desktop-fusion Users need to make backups of files and use photoshop to edit images just to look right. Good wallpaper is hard to find, and hi-res wallpaper is even harder. What does MultiWall do? MultiWall in a simple sense, will take any image, and set it as your wallpaper - correctly. It is dead simple to make adjustments to your wallpaper, and there are heaps of options. You can stick with your original high resolution wallpapers. It will take care of your multi-screen setup in any arrangement - and all of the adjustments will be compatible. You have access to span your wallpaper, or to set each screen with a seperate or individual wallpaper. Multiwall will even play nice with transperant png's throughout any processing. Feature summary A quick summary of functionality provided You can Filter your wallpaper eg. Black and White, Grayscale, Sepia, Darken, Lighten and Invert. You may Rotate your wallpaper, sometimes they feel new the other way around! You can Crop (with anchors), Zoom and Pan your wallpaper easily! Bezel adjustment works in all modes! ...
5/5 1,806 May 18, 2020
Sumeet Patel
   
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