'FJScan (FlashJetScan) 2.0', and 'Rockmelt 188.8.131.52'
FJScan (FlashJetScan) 2.0
FJScan is a handy utility designed to scan and manage documents in a logical way so users can more easily find their documents. The purpose is to avoid using paper-based bills and other documents. With FJScan, you can scan pages easily and save them for retrieval without the mess of bulky paper documents.
RockMelt is a web browser that provides built-in social networking notifications (such as Facebook and Twitter), photo sharing and news feeds without having to install any third-party addons.
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