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freeware for non-commercial use

So, we can look at the code, provided we promise never to do anything commercial with it, or let anyone else do anything commercial with it ever.

Doesn't sound very open or free to me...


All that means is that you can't make money off of it. They aren't, so they also ask that (since they are giving you the code) that you respect their wishes. It's like a friend that makes his own hand tools and gives copies away to people he knows. Then he asks that whoever uses them doesn't try to sell anything like them, just use by yourself. Makes sense to me.


Anything similiar avialable for WMP?


No. The closest thing to this for Windows Media Player is probably G-Force. Other than that, I'd say you're on your on your own there. I wish there was, though.

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