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HELP files - old style, before Win 7
HELP files - old style, before Win 7 - which are still the most common and the ones I, among others, still build, may not open on more recent OS's, like Win 7, Win Server 2008, Win 8 mainly.

This is due to a file missing from the OS and, of course, Microsoft has the solution - and always has had. smile

Please go to "Error opening Help in Windows-based programs" and just download the easy fix, that it's only the WinHlp32.exe for your Windows version - easy!

I did it way back and all old(ish) versions of the software's HELP files work and open like a charm.
18 Feb 2014 by Jose Falcao

'Wv player' freeware update -
.. and the multimedia player, 'Wav player', has been updated again, to version

The help file is improved with some mere details, MP3 tag editor now creates 'tags' when they are wrong or non-existing, file listing window shows (with option to hide) file system icons by file extension, and the program has been updated with a new file icon that better reflects it's use as a true multimedia player, as the old one was not so obvious anymore..

And, of course, you can freely downloaded it from the freeware webpage, as always.
15 Feb 2014 by Jose Falcao

'Wv player' freeware update -
Freeware multimedia player, 'Wav player', has been updated again up to version

A small bug was solved and, apart from that, we have as changes:

- MP3 tag window editor saves position and size now, and has 45 extra 'genre' types added, as per true ID3 norms.

- A couple more menus were created, bellow the 'Help' one and 'Copy' and 'Paste' bellow the 'File one, now introducing Copy/Paste of files between folders, easily.

- Video show window now is totally resizable, and you can easily resize any video too, and not just by factors as it was previously.

- The 'Add new file type' to play has been improved too, so now you *really* can play any kind of multimedia file that is playable on your computer.

- MP3 and WMV file types added as default on the drop down list filter, long due change too - altho you could already play those too for a long time already.

And last but not least, there is a proper HELP file with all the manuals , description, uses and menus explained, so it is much easier for you to get to grasps with this simple - yet powerful - software.

And, as one of the leading freeware sites stated, and I quote: "this is one of the less resource hunger applications of its kind..." and "can read almost any type of multimedia you trow at it" smile

As always, all new versions of this or any of my freeware applications can be freely downloaded from the freeware webpage, where all freeware is located.
06 Feb 2014 by Jose Falcao

Free software - what it is (and isn't)
Free software means no cost software, free using by everyone, like in 'free speech', correct? Ok, that is correct, but it doesn't necessarily mean free as in 'free beer'... Confused? You don't need to, as all this - and a little more - is quite well explained in the documents you can find bellow:

Here you have a very nice article explaining on how to 'pay' for free software and describing well what most people think - mistakenly - FREE software does mean...

And of course, there is the official Free Software Definition , from the The Free Software Foundation, that you could find interesting reading.
23 Jan 2014 by Jose Falcao

'Pic Viewer' freeware update -
'Pic Viewer' (and editor) freeware has been updated to version, correcting a few more small bugs, adding a few cosmetic changes and options, and adding some improvements to the code inside, for more efficiency.

An updated Help file is also added to this new version - I should also update the help file''s photos, but that'll be done on another ocasion.. Also, the viewer's context menu has a new option to show file list in a 'explorer style' display of files - 'details', simple list, icons.

You can download this latest version - and all other freeware - from our freeware page, as always.
19 Jan 2014 by Jose Falcao

All software approved as safe by Softpedia
All our freeware has been checked and awarded a "100% Clean Program" certification by Softpedia, testing and approving it as containing no viruses, spyware and adware of any kind and being completely safe to install.

And if you want to, you can check the individual certification reports directly at their site at:

File Renamer . Web Downloader . Date Reminder . File Spliter . Agenda . ToDo List . Wav Player . Favorite Tree . Pic Viewer . Porta Menu . Mini Calculator . Stock Control

This is nothing that we didn't already know ourselves, of course, but that's always good to have a third party - like this so well known and trusted Softpedia site - certifying all our software too. smile
18 Jan 2014 by Jose Falcao

2 of my freeware removed...
The 'Calendar' and 'Watch' freeware utilities have been removed from the downloads, as they were quite old and development on those two was almost inexistent, due to lack of feedback - among other things. Nevertheless, if you want a copy of it, just let me know and I'll email it to anyone that requests it smile

Everything else, from the 'File Renamer' to the 'Web Downloader' to the 'WV Player' and all the rest, can always be downloaded for FREE from the freeware webpage and is being continuously developed and improved for more than 10 years already!
18 Jan 2014 by Jose Falcao

Seasons Greetings
Dear Friends, we want to thank you all for your help and interest on our behalf during this past year, for all your support, and sincerely want to wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year of 2014, in good health and in the company of everyone that is dear to your heart! I sincerely wish all the best to every single one of you,

with kind regards, Jose Falcao
26 Dec 2013 by Jose Falcao

'Wv player' freeware update -
And as I am here already, just a little anoucement that was due last summer already! wassat My freeware multimedia player, 'Wav player', has been updated up to version with the addition of a new command line switch //s to immediatly stop any kind of playback lauched from the command line previously.

Instructions and examples of how to use it are on the txt file that goes with the software, when you download it - too lazy today to write it all down here.. sorry wink

As always, all new versions of my many freeware(s) can be freely downloaded from the freeware webpage, as you already know.
26 Dec 2013 by Jose Falcao

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