Icon Searcher 4.10 This tool scans all local hard disks for icons of various file formats and extracts them from files to a more user-friendly visual image list. This also stores found icons in a database and compresses them.
Description: Autorun Creator offers the fast and efficient way to build autorun programs. You can build your own CD/DVD autorun programs within few minutes. All you have to do are Three STEPs:
Build and Save
Whether you are creating an autorun CD-ROM or DVD-ROM, Autorun Creator will generate all the necessary files for you. Burn them straight to CD-ROM or DVD-ROM and they will automatically start when inserted. The program is very easy to use and will allow you to create powerful standalone autorun program for your CD-ROM or DVD-ROM in an extremely short time.
Demo version does not have functionality limitations. Autorun programs created by using demo version of the Autorun Creator will display trial warning message. The demo or autorun programs created by the Creator, will not stop working after some period of time. If you wish to register program, click here to see registration information.
1st Autorun Express 3.2 Make autorun CD or DVD to autorun documents or display a menu without design or programming required! All you need to do is to specify your documents. Your disk will provide a user
AutoRun CD Menu - Application Builder 5.6 Create professional AutoRun CD Menu. With AutoRun CD Menu form templates, using the drag-and-drop interface and built-in CD/DVD Burner, it is easy and fast to create autorun CD/DVD
Wal-Mart Custom CD Music Service: No Burner Required The custom CD music site is an addition to Wal-Mart's downloadable music site and similar to a service Starbucks began rolling out in October. Separately, RealNetworks introduced a version of its Rhapsody music service that will let nonsubscribers listen
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