'Hd Hacker', and 'Flash Player Settings Manager'
HDHacker is a stand-alone micro-utility that saves, visualizes, and restores the MBR (from a physical drive), the BootSector (from a logical drive) or any specified sector from any disk (even removable disks). HDHacker can be used, for example, to save and restore a particular boot manager (such as Linux's LILO) before a new Windows setup (which overwrites it).
Flash Player Settings Manager
Use this panel to specify storage settings for any or all of the websites that have requested permission to use your camera or microphone or to store information on your computer.
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