proprietary software

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Dungeon of the Endless - (2014 game) image

Entertainment > Games >

(on Wikipedia)
http://store.steampowered.com/app/249050

A semi-roguelike tower defence-ish game.

Utterly impossible. Doesn't make a lick of sense. Unlimited waves of stuff, for some reason. Can't build enough, the resource limitations are obscene.

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Software > Oldschool music players >

http://www.bannister.org/software/ao.htm

An oldschool music player.

Has potential, but is missing critical features and its development appears to have ceased. Only good for playing ASMA (Atar) .mus, .str, and .wds files.



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Software > Scanners >

(on Wikipedia)
https://www.hamrick.com/

It really looks great.

VueScan supports the CanoScan LiDE 120, which I tested it with.

It watermarks what it scans, unless you buy it. It's not worth $50 for something decent, because my scanner cost that. $100 to get OCR cooked-in also isn't worth it.

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Software >

(on Wikipedia)
https://bitsum.com/processlasso/

A host of features to manage processes, such as changing CPU priority. It has lots of automated magic for system happiness. I use it for its control of the CPU's power profile, making this the equivalent of Linux's cpufrequtils.

Highly recommended.



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Software > Web browsers >

(on Wikipedia)
https://vivaldi.com/

Based on Chrome's open-source components (Chromium), but with real-browser functionality added.

Spectacular. It has all the pieces missing from Chrome. I'd strongly consider switching to it from Pale Moon if it had proper ScrapBook X support.



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