This handy extensions allows you to see any MP3 file's TAG contents without opening it in a MP3 player. It supports TAGs in verion ID3v1 and ID3v1.1. It's easy to use and it works even with local network.
Max 2: Counterattack 1.00 Extended 2D platform game. To play this game you need a lot of dexterity and a small dose of logical thinking ability. Goal is easy - just kill all the enemies and get to next level :).
Rainbow Folders 1.02 This handy uttility can change colors of selected folders to any you want. By marking them like this you will increase your computer usage speed. You can also protect folders from beging deleted by mistake, unshare them and even add a custom hint !
Description: MP3 Hint is an InfoTip Shell Extension. After installation, hovering the mouse cursor above any MP3 file icon will display a hint which will contain informations extracted from the TAG of this MP3 file. You'll see title, artist, album, year, comment, genre and track number. Also this hint will contain two additional handy informations extracted from the MP3 file: song's bitrate and duration. This extention can be very useful when you have a lots of files with meaningless names as e.g. Track23.mp3. With help of MP3 Hint you will fast recognize any MP3 file, without necessity of loading this file into a MP3 player. I'm sure you will appreciate advantages of this extension when you will be renaming your music files, copying choosen compositions for someone, or browsing someone's music collection in the local network - you don't need to download whole file anymore to see what song it is, just hover your mouse cursor over its icon. If you like this program, please tell a friend about it :).
MP3 ID3 Tag Editor Software 7.0 Change ID3 tags of one or more MP3 files. This software offers a solution to users who want to edit ID3 tags of one or more MP3 files. The user simply chooses files or can add an
'Tracking' Tags: Tool or Threat? WASHINGTON -- The word "Orwellian" is uttered often on Capitol Hill these days, and it was said again this week in a warning of privacy dangers posed by radio frequency identification technology.