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  • FileOptimizer 64bit version

    Start64!FileOptimizer is a lossless file size optimizer supporting AIR, APK, APNG APPX, BMP, CBZ, DOCX, DLL, EPUB, EXE, GIF, GZ, ICO, JAR, JPEG, MNG, MP3, MPP, PNG, PPTX, ODT, OGG, OGV, PDF, PUB, SCR, SWF, TIF, VSD, WEBP, XAP, XLSX, and ZIP file formats among others.

  • Pale Moon 64 bit version

    Start64!Why settle for a basic build of your Firefox browser on Windows Operating Systems when you can have one that is specifically made for getting the most out of your system? Mozilla does not provide optimized browser packages for Windows, meaning you may be losing speed and efficiency when you use your browser; and truth be told, most people use their browsers all the time!

  • Print2Flash - 64bit support

    Start64!Print2Flash lets you easily convert any printable document (e.g. Microsoft Word, or Excel, or PowerPoint document) to an Adobe Flash file (file with SWF extension). This file can be shared with users who don’t have the software that created the original document (for example, Microsoft Word).

  • Adobe Flash Player 16 Attuned to Web Browsers and 64-Bit Platforms

    Start64!The Adobe Flash Player 16 is lightweight software. The app requires little RAM power to run the software. The feature makes the latest version 16 of Adobe Flash Player offer high quality performance along with being highly communicative multimedia software app.

  • iSpring Free 64bit version

    Start64!iSpring Free PowerPoint to Flash converter promptly creates web-friendly Flash (.SWF) presentations from your PowerPoint content (.PPT, .PPS, .PPTX, .PPSX) keeping its visual parameters, animation effects and slide transitions, audio narrations, video and Flash objects after conversion.

  • Use the correct version of Adobe Flash for Windows 7 64bit

    Start64!You won't be able to watch online video content on a Windows 7 64bit PC if you have the wrong version of Adobe Flash installed. Our Helproom Expert explains. - QUESTION I recently purchased an Acer laptop running Windows 7 64bit. I'm unable to play BBC iPlayer programmes on it, however, since the service requires Adobe Flash Player and it's not available for Windows 7 64bit. How can I get around this and use iPlayer to watch video or TV programmes that require Flash player? Phil Reading

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