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Here's a collection of cool software:

Windows Media Player 10 - 11 icon


Windows Media Player is a media player that is included with Microsoft Windows. It was replaced by Groove Music/Movies & TV in Windows 10, but it was pretty much revived in Windows 11.

Winamp icon


Winamp is a legendary media player originally created by Nullsoft, and then later sold to AOL in 1999, and then again sold to Radionomy in 2014. Sadly, it's deep into the ponzi scheme that is NFTs these days.

FrontPage 2003 icon


Frontpage was a program by Microsoft that made building websites very easy, with some features from other applications in the Microsoft Office suite. It's not as useful in the current day considering it utlizied IE's own HTML extensions that have obviously been phased out by the late 2000s, but it's still fun. It also repersents my favorite era of the internet (90s - early to mid 00s), so there's that.

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Netscape is a discontinued internet suite, and was the main competitor to Internet Explorer in the 1990s and early 2000s. It's market share dropped sharply in the late 1990s due to IE gaining traction, because it was bundled with Windows and, at the time, Mac OS (which eventually led to the antitrust lawsuit Microsoft received by the USA government in 2001). It was eventually superseded by Mozilla Firefox (which was a lot more successful against IE). The version available is 7.2.

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RetroZilla is a fork of the old Mozilla internet suite that has been updated with a modern version of the Gecko browser engine, to allow fossils of machines to browse the modern web. The version available is 2.2.

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Virtual PC

Virtual PC was a hypervisor originally developed by Connectix, but later sold to Microsoft. It was (sort-of) replaced by Hyper-V. Get version 2007.

For instructions on how to install it on Windows 8.x and Windows 10 (x86), go here.

If you want the rollup that adds some extra goodies, such as fullscreen 1080p and fixes to networking, get that here. Replace the files in your installation directory with these.

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Speakonia was a Text-to-Speech (TTS) program created by CFS-technologies, initially released in 2002(?). The final version ( was released in 2008. It utilises the Microsoft Speech API (SAPI), specifically version 4 of it.

Although quite outdaetd and unsupported, it is still very popular among the TTS community.

To activate it:

  • Go to the menu bar and click Tools -> Options
  • Click on the Registration tab
  • Enter Unlimited License as the name, as the email, check I already have a Registration key, and enter SPK-174101-172083 as the registration code
  • Click Register >>, and then restart the program
  • Assuming all goes well, it should be activated now!