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software Classic   software Classic : AmiKit 1.6.1 LIVE update released
   posted by AmiKit on 10-Feb-2012 18:44:09 (1182 reads)
This update adds support for RAR archives, enhances video replaying capabilities as well as updates other components of AmiKit. Installation is automatic via Live Update feature. Enjoy! For more information, detailed change-log or free download visit AmiKit website.

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