JAmp is a JAVA based, plattform independent and portable audio player. WAV, MP3, AU, AIFF and Shoutcast - as well as PLS and M3U playlists are supported. Since JAmp only consists of one file, the player can be used abolutely mobile.
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Basic Backup 1.0.0 Basic Backup is a JAVA based solution for file and directory backup. Ist is plattform indepenent and portable. You can run it from your computers harddisk - or from a USB-Stick or external harddisk. For your backups you can use the GUI or a text mode
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Description: JAmp is a JAVA based, plattform independent and portable audio player. The audio formats WAV, MP3, AU, AIFF and Shoutcast are supportet. Playlists can be managed in as PLS and M3U files. JAmp offers different playmodes and a comfortable user interface. JAmp consists only of one file. Because of this fact, no installation is needed and the player can be used absolutely mobile (for example on a USB-stick or external harddrive). Just store the player together with your media files (for example on CD or DVD) and be aulways prepared to play your songs! A direct start from the web (manufacturer homepage) is also possible.
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