'Gpu', and 'Windows Registry Recovery'

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Participate in an Internet-based supercomputer, or a "Global Processing Unit." According to the developers, GPU is "an extensible framework for distributed computing on P2P grids. We support peaceful, free and open research. We render movies, crawl the Internet and improve a 15 GHz cluster of Gnutella/Pastella clients. GPU is a Gnutella client that allows users to share CPU-resources. GPU allows the creation of computer alliances. The CPU-time sharing system does not recognize privileges between users. Each person agrees to provide network resources as needed and in return is able to get CPU-cycles from other clients on the network system. Plugins extend the capabilities of client nodes and are compiled so as to take advantage of the power of the latest processors. Right now, this client allows rendering of Terragen movies. An experimental search engine is included, too. GPU cluster size typically ranges from 5 to 15 computers. It is possible to organize our self in teams and view statistics. Help us with your pioneer attitude in tweaking and improving this 15GHz monster :) (which is under GPL and targets only peaceful goals, by the way)."


Windows Registry Recovery

Read files containing Windows 9x,NT,2K,XP,2K3 registry hives. Windows Registry Recovery extracts many useful information about configuration and Windows installation settings of host machine. Registry hives can be exported into REGEDIT4 format; every topic data can be saved to CSV, and it's designed in Multiple Document Interface.


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