'CrossLoop', and 'Applications Priority Master'

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CrossLoop is a program that allows you to connect to remote PCs over a network (such as the Internet). It allows you to share the screen and control the mouse and keyboard -- all is as if you are working side by side at the same PC. This is especially convenient when you need to show a friend how to use a PC but can't explain it over the phone.


Applications Priority Master

Applications Priority Master is a program that allows you to pre-define CPU priority for specific programs -- before you launch them. This is useful for programs that are CPU intensive, or for programs you want to give the most priority to without having to specify each their priority each time they launch within Task Manager.


Today's fresh software picks were provided courtesy of Bob Helmer at Shell Extension City. Please note that the below software descriptions are provided solely from the developer and are absent from any guarantee or warranty. You are encouraged to review the Shell Extension Software Policy for more details.

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