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roo79
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Winyl

Program: Winyl

License: Freeware

Description from website: Winyl is a free digital audio player and audio library application for organizing and playing audio on Windows.
Winyl offers great new ways to organize and enjoy all your music. Listen to music, radio, rate your favorite tracks, create playlists, all of this in Winyl is very simple.
Winyl is automatically organized your media content into categories in the library, which makes it easy to find and play.
Winyl uses the least system resources, it starts and working very fast. It's the best choice for netbooks.
Winyl is absolutely free!

Website: http://vinylsoft.com/

Other: I have asked if it would be ok for Winyl to be apart of Portableapps and was told they have no objection to this
forum post about that is here http://vinylsoft.com/forum/index.php?topic=8481.msg9274#new

Winyl can be made to run in portable mode (saves all data to it's app folder) by using the switch winyl.exe -p, also version 3.0 will support relative paths.

I have tried to package Winyl as best I can with the portableapp.com launcher and installer but as I have limited knowledge of how to fully make a proper portableapps.com setup it lacks the polish and final touches are needed and I most likely have missed some things. I would be happy to give a link to my incomplete work if that helps.

Thank you for your time.

roo79
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incomplete winylportable

Please try to be tolerant with me,I would like to be able to contribute to communities like this one, I just don't have the talent or knowledge yet. So if you help me now, I may be able to help others later!
Yes I'm a Mac & Linux Fan!

rawnar
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Portable Version on website

The new version of Winyl now also has a portable version.

http://vinylsoft.com/download/winyl_portable.zip

Maybe handy to make a PortableApps version based on that one.

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