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1 | Posted by: J. J. (Guest) | ~ 1 year ago |

And, of course, Quicktime Alternative, also from Free-Codecs.com. RA and QA on Media Player Classic is an ideal setup.

2 | Posted by: DarkBlue (Registered User) | ~ 1 year ago |

I would have mentioned QuickTime Alternative but, as QuickTime is installed along with iTunes, the alternative codec isn’t part of my default installation.

3 | Posted by: J. J. (Guest) | ~ 10 months ago |

I’ve posted my own similar “Free Windows software to go”: http://zepfanman.com/free

Let me know what you think!

4 | Posted by: DarkBlue (Registered User) | ~ 10 months ago |

Yours is a great list J.J.

I particularly like the idea of creating a flash drive and/or CD of “vital” applications that can be easily rolled out on a Windows installation. Saves the hours of downloading that is otherwise necessary, but only if the applications can be set to automatically retrieve and install updates (ideal) or at least advise that updates are available.

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