WebDwarf Free is Virtual Mechanics' easy to use drag-and-drop web page maker. WebDwarf Free combines a word processor with spell checker, a graphics and image editor, special effects, built-in FTP to publish directly to your website and more.
Asoftech Photo Recovery is an easy to use data recovery software available to restore your photos, music and videos from local PC and removable devices. No matter multimedia files have been deleted accidently, or memory card has been formatted.
AudioSnail™ alters the playback speed of music (or other audio) without any change in pitch, in studio-quality. This makes it a powerful learningtool for all musicians. Slow down even the fastest riffs, learn to play any recorded solo.
The game Need For Extreme presents a breathtaking variety of arcade races. You drive a racing car and your task is to finish first. Thirst for speed and danger makes the game more captivating. Join your counterparts from all over the world!
VIP Rumor Player is a tool for the new generation. You just listen to what you want to hear, while having innovative features. The player is based on an embedded SQLdatabase engine. For the non technical users, that means speed. Real speed.
Speed through a high-speed raceway on a series of races against other racers on scooters. Watch out for the other bikes as they will do everything they can including ram you off the track to get ahead in the races.
Change the pitch or speed of any song on your Mac. Now you can slow down MP3s without changing the pitch, or lower the key of a song into your range without changing the speed! It's amazing what Pitch Switch can do. A must have tool for musicians!
If you are having issues with Windows 10 speed, then you can try changing some services that you may not require all of the time that may be running in the background. Our utility changes non-important services to manual instead of automatic.
Wide eyes develop speed reading. I just went back to the Shultz table I had downloaded on my old iMac to see how well I did with it. On the second time through, I again missed one of the smaller changes after a click.