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Apple Remote

This article is about the Apple IR remote control. For the iOS iTunes Wi-Fi app, see iTunes Remote. For the Mac OS remote desktop software, see Apple Remote Desktop.

Remote control introduced by Apple Inc.

Apple TV Remote.jpg

The second-generation Apple Remote, released in October 2009

DeveloperApple Inc.
TypeInfrared remote
Release dateOctober 12, 2005 (Original)
October 20, 2009 (Current)
SuccessorSiri Remote

The Apple Remote is a remote control introduced in October 2005 by Apple Inc. for use with a number of its products with infrared capability. It was originally designed to control the Front Row media center program on the iMac G5 and is compatible with many subsequent Macintosh computers. The first three generations of Apple TV used the Apple Remote as their primary control mechanism. It has now been replaced with the Siri Remote in the fourth generation. Prior to the Apple Remote, Apple produced several nameless IR remotes for products such as the Macintosh TV, TV tuner expansion boards, and the PowerCD drive.[1][2][3]


Plastic (2005)[edit]

The original Apple Remote was designed with six buttons and made of white plastic. Its shape and layout resembled the first-generation iPod Shuffle. A circular Play/Pause/Select button sat in the center of a larger four-button circle of (clockwise): Volume Up, Next/Fast-forward, Volume Down and Previous/Rewind. A separate Menu button was positioned below. The price was set at US$29.00.[4]

Aluminum (2009)[edit]

In October 2009, the remote was redesigned as a thinner and longer aluminum version. The new remote was released along with the 27 inch aluminum iMacs and multi-touchMagic Mouse. The Play/Pause button was moved out of the center of the directional buttons and put beside the Menu button (under the directional buttons). The symbols for the Volume Up/Down and Next/Fast-forward buttons were replaced with small dots, to make it clear that the buttons were also used to move up, down, left, and right within menus. Along with the new design, the price was dropped to US$19.99. In earlier aluminum remotes, the navigation ring was flush with the curvature of the remote's aluminum body. In the later revision, the ring is slightly raised to make it easier to locate the ring by touch.

Replacement of the CR2032 battery in the original remote is done with a small pointed object such as a paper clip at the bottom right edge of the device, where the battery slides out on a tray. The newer version has the battery located behind a compartment in the middle of the device which is accessed by turning a coin in the compartment door's indent.[5]


The Apple Remote's original function was to enable navigation in Front Row, which allows users to browse and play music, view videos (DVDs and downloaded files) and browse photos. Although Front Row was removed from OS X 10.7 and later, some Apple software still works with the remote. It can still be used to control presentations in Apple Keynote, slide shows in iPhoto and Aperture, DVD films via DVD Player, and to play video and audio in iTunes and QuickTime. Other software that is still compatible includes Elgato's EyeTV 3.5, and VLC media player. The remote can also be used to run presentations in Microsoft PowerPoint 2008 or in Impress.

Other functions controlled by the remote can include putting a device into sleep mode, selecting a partition to boot from on startup, and ejecting optical discs.[6] A device can be configured to respond only to a particular remote.[7]


An iPod placed in a dock featuring an IR sensor can be used with the remote for music and media control.[8] The iPod's menus cannot be operated with the remote. The Apple Remote can also be used to control the iPod Hi-Fi or third party devices tailored to it.[9]

Boot Camp[edit]

Starting with Boot Camp 1.2, the remote has some functionality when a user is running Windows. If iTunes is installed on the Windows partition, pressing the Menu button on the remote will start the program. The remote's media controls also support Windows Media Player, as well as system volume control.[10] Other third party programs may also utilize the remote's capabilities; media applications such a foobar2000 and Media Player Classic allow users to control their functions via the remote. Applications must be in focus for the remote to control them. Boot Camp 5, released on March 14, 2013, also includes drivers for the remote control.[11]

iOS App[edit]

Main article: iTunes Remote

Apple offers a free 'Remote' app for iOS devices (available in the Apple App Store) which allows for wireless control of iTunes on Mac/Windows computers or the Apple TV.

Fourth generation Apple TV and the Siri Remote[edit]

Main article: Siri Remote

First-generation Siri Remote on the Right

The Siri Remote was launched with the 4th Generation Apple TV in 2015. It uses both IR and Bluetooth to communicate with the Apple TV. The remote has a trackpad, dual microphones, 5 buttons for Menu, Home, Siri and Play/Pause, and a Volume up/down rocker button.[12] Additionally it has an accelerometer (IMU) and a gyroscope[13] which allows the remote to be used as a gaming controller for tvOS apps and games. The remote (unlike previous generations) uses a built-in rechargeable Lithium Polymer Battery that is charged through a lightning port at the bottom of the remote.[14] In regions where Siri is not supported, the Siri Remote is known as the Apple TV Remote.[15]

On September 12, 2017, together with the Apple TV 4K, Apple announced an updated Siri Remote, with a raised white border around the menu button and additional motion input for apps.


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Earlier models of the iMac with polycarbonate enclosures featured a magnetic rest for the remote,[18] which was later removed.

Use with new MacBook Airs, Retina MacBook Pros and older Macs[edit]

Using the Apple Remote with newer MacBook Air, Retina MacBook, or other Mac models without a built-in IR receiver requires a USB-based infrared receiver and additional software from a third party.

Using Remote Buddy (from IOSPIRIT GmbH) or mira (from Twisted Melon), it is possible to connect an external USB receiver such as the Windows Media Center Edition eHome receiver, and use the Apple Remote on these machines with full support for sleep, pairing, low-battery detection and controlling a variety of Apple and third party software. In addition, Remote Buddy is able to emulate events of an Apple Remote on these systems, enabling users to use software written for the Apple Remote in exactly the same way as with Macs that have a built-in infrared receiver.

For the Apple computers without built-in infrared receiver, there is a miniature USB receiver (USBA or USBC versions), the SmartGUS,[19] which allows to give back to iMac, MacBook and Mac Pro, the infrared functionality. In this case, all compatible software (iTunes, Keynote, PowerPoint, OpenOffice Impress, QuickTime Player, iPhoto, VLC, Kodi, Remote Buddy, Mira ...) can use the features of the Apple Remote, the same as with the legacy built-in infrared receiver.

Infrared interference[edit]

Because many electrical appliances use infrared remote (IR) controls, concurrent use of the Apple Remote with other IR remotes may scramble communications and generate interference, preventing stable use. Remotes should be used individually to circumvent the problem.[20]

Technical details[edit]

Apple Remote 2nd generation with lit infrared LED.

The Apple Remote uses a modified NEC IR protocol[1] which consists of a differential PPM encoding on a 1:3 duty cycle 38 kHz 950 nminfrared carrier. There are 32 bits of encoded data between the AGC leader and the stop bit:[21]

Protocolon (µs)off (µs)total (µs)
0 bit5605601120
1 bit56016902250

While the Apple Remote uses the NEC IR protocol for the timing, the 32-bit data package is in a different format. It consists of two 16 bit LSB words.

11VendorThis is always 0x43f and can be used to identify an Apple Remote
5Command Page0x0 for the pairing and other commands, 0xe for the different buttons
8Device IDA unique device ID, used to allow pairing of a remote to a specific device. It can be changed with the pairing command
7CommandActual command for the Command Page
1Odd parityAll 32 bits added together have to equal 1

This is the internal page table (command page 0x00):

0x01PairingMenu + Select for 5s (pair & increment the Device ID) or Menu + Next for 5s (just pair)
0x02Factory DefaultsMenu + Previous for 5s
0x03Low BatteryOld (white) Apple Remote
0x07Low BatteryNew Apple Remote

This is the command page table (command page 0x0e):

0x02Play/Pause, SelectPlay/Pause, Select (On the white model this is the combined Play/Pause and Select button; on the aluminum model, this code is sent by both the Play/Pause and Select buttons together with a prefix.)
0x05UpVolume Up
0x06DownVolume Down
0x07Play+UpPlay/Pause + Up pressed together
0x08Play+DownPlay/Pause + Down pressed together
0x09Play+NextPlay/Pause + Next pressed together
0x0aPlay+PreviousPlay/Pause + Previous pressed together
0x0bMenu+UpMenu + Up pressed together
0x0cMenu+DownMenu + Down pressed together
0x0dMenu+Play/PauseMenu + Play/Pause pressed together
0x0eMenu+NextMenu + Next pressed together
0x0fMenu+PreviousMenu + Previous pressed together
0x2eSelectSelect button prefix, on aluminum model only
0x2fPlay/PausePlay/Pause prefix, on aluminum model only

To maintain backward compatibility with older devices such as the iPod Hi-Fi, the aluminum Apple Remote does not replace the existing IR code for Play/Pause/Select. Instead, to allow newer devices to distinguish between the separate Select and Play/Pause buttons, it sends two IR codes for each press of those: a prefix code (0x2e and 0x2f, respectively), followed by the original Play/Pause code (0x02). Older devices ignore the prefix code and thus interpret either button as Play/Pause, while newer devices interpret both codes and use them to determine which button is being pressed.

See also[edit]


  1. ^"VERY RARE - REMOTE for the Black Apple Computer Macintosh TV - RMC-A1 1993". eBay. Retrieved July 14, 2016.
  2. ^"Apple Macintosh Performa TV Tuner Board 820-0549-A Power Mac Video Capture Card". eBay. Retrieved July 14, 2016.
  3. ^"VINTAGE Apple RK6934/321 PowerCD CD Drive Player Remote Control w/ Batteries". eBay. Retrieved July 14, 2016.
  4. ^Apple Computer Universal Dock and Apple Remote, October 21, 2005, retrieved January 31, 2014
  5. ^How to replace the Apple Remote battery, Apple Inc., June 6, 2008, retrieved June 21, 2010
  6. ^Startup Manager: How to select a startup volume, Apple Inc., March 23, 2009, retrieved June 21, 2010
  7. ^Pairing your Apple Remote with your computer, Apple Inc., November 24, 2009, retrieved June 21, 2010
  8. ^Pairing the Apple Remote with the iPod Universal Dock, Apple Inc., May 3, 2010, retrieved June 21, 2010
  9. ^Using the Apple Remote with iPod Hi-Fi, Apple Inc., April 14, 2008, retrieved June 21, 2010
  10. ^"Boot Camp Installation & Setup Guide"(PDF). Apple. Archived from the original(PDF) on July 29, 2012. Retrieved June 14, 2012.
  11. ^"Boot Camp 5: Frequently asked questions". Apple. Retrieved January 31, 2014.
  12. ^"Use your Siri Remote or Apple TV Remote with Apple TV (4th generation)". Apple Inc. Retrieved June 28, 2016.
  13. ^"Siri Remote and Game Controllers - tvOS Human Interface Guidelines". Apple Inc. Retrieved June 28, 2016.
  14. ^"Charge your Siri Remote or Apple TV Remote". Apple Inc. Retrieved June 28, 2016.
  15. ^"Use Siri on your Apple TV (4th generation)". Apple Inc. Retrieved June 28, 2016.
  16. ^
  17. ^"Remote Buddy Supported Hardware". IOspirit. Retrieved December 20, 2013.
  18. ^iMac (Mid 2007): No Remote rest for Apple Remote, Apple Inc., August 13, 2007, retrieved June 21, 2010
  19. ^
  20. ^Apple TV: IR interference can prevent your remote from working, Apple Inc., March 22, 2007, retrieved June 21, 2010
  21. ^Callendrello, Casey (October 11, 2008), Apple Remote library for Arduinio,, retrieved November 27, 2015

External links[edit]

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Quickstart for Python/WSGI applications¶

This quickstart will show you how to deploy simple WSGI applications and common web frameworks.

Python here is meant as CPython, for PyPy you need to use the specific plugin: The PyPy plugin, Jython support is under construction.


You need at least uWSGI 1.4 to follow the quickstart. Anything older is no longer maintained and is highly buggy!

Installing uWSGI with Python support¶


When you start learning uWSGI, try to build from official sources: using distribution-supplied packages may bring you plenty of headaches. When things are clear, you can use modular builds (like the ones available in your distribution).

uWSGI is a (big) C application, so you need a C compiler (like gcc or clang) and the Python development headers.

On a Debian-based distro an

apt-get install build-essential python-dev

will be enough.

You have various ways to install uWSGI for Python:

  • via pip

  • via downloading a source tarball and “making” it

    wget tar zxvf uwsgi-latest.tar.gz cd <dir> make

    (after the build you will have a binary in the current directory).

Installing via your package distribution is not covered (would be impossible to make everyone happy), but all of the general rules apply.

One thing you may want to take into account when testing this quickstart with distro-supplied packages, is that very probably your distribution has built uWSGI in modular way (every feature is a different plugin that must be loaded). To complete this quickstart, you have to prepend to the first series of examples, and when the HTTP router is removed (if this doesn’t make sense to you, just continue reading).

The first WSGI application¶

Let’s start with a simple “Hello World” example:

defapplication(env,start_response):start_response('200 OK',[('Content-Type','text/html')])return[b"Hello World"]

(save it as ).

As you can see, it is composed of a single Python function. It is called “application” as this is the default function that the uWSGI Python loader will search for (but you can obviously customize it).

Deploy it on HTTP port 9090¶

Now start uWSGI to run an HTTP server/router passing requests to your WSGI application:

uwsgi --http :9090 --wsgi-file

That’s all.


Do not use when you have a frontend webserver or you are doing some form of benchmark, use . Continue reading the quickstart to understand why.

Adding concurrency and monitoring¶

The first tuning you would like to make is adding concurrency (by default uWSGI starts with a single process and a single thread).

You can add more processes with the option or more threads with the option (or you can have both).

uwsgi --http :9090 --wsgi-file --master --processes 4 --threads 2

This will spawn 4 processes (each with 2 threads), a master process (will respawn your processes when they die) and the HTTP router (seen before).

One important task is monitoring. Understanding what is going on is vital in production deployment. The stats subsystem allows you to export uWSGI’s internal statistics as JSON:

uwsgi --http :9090 --wsgi-file --master --processes 4 --threads 2 --stats

Make some request to your app and then telnet to the port 9191, you’ll get lots of fun information. You may want to use “uwsgitop” (just it), which is a top-like tool for monitoring instances.


Bind the stats socket to a private address (unless you know what you are doing), otherwise everyone could access it!

Putting behind a full webserver¶

Even though uWSGI HTTP router is solid and high-performance, you may want to put your application behind a fully-capable webserver.

uWSGI natively speaks HTTP, FastCGI, SCGI and its specific protocol named “uwsgi” (yes, wrong naming choice). The best performing protocol is obviously uwsgi, already supported by nginx and Cherokee (while various Apache modules are available).

A common nginx config is the following:


This means “pass every request to the server bound to port 3031 speaking the uwsgi protocol”.

Now we can spawn uWSGI to natively speak the uwsgi protocol:

uwsgi --socket --wsgi-file --master --processes 4 --threads 2 --stats

If you’ll run , you will see one process less. The HTTP router has been removed as our “workers” (the processes assigned to uWSGI) natively speak the uwsgi protocol.

If your proxy/webserver/router speaks HTTP, you have to tell uWSGI to natively speak the http protocol (this is different from that will spawn a proxy by itself):

uwsgi --http-socket --wsgi-file --master --processes 4 --threads 2 --stats

Automatically starting uWSGI on boot¶

If you are thinking about firing up vi and writing an init.d script for spawning uWSGI, just sit (and calm) down and make sure your system doesn’t offer a better (more modern) approach first.

Each distribution has chosen a startup system (Upstart, Systemd…) and there are tons of process managers available (supervisord, god, monit, circus…).

uWSGI will integrate very well with all of them (we hope), but if you plan to deploy a big number of apps check the uWSGI Emperor - it is more or less the dream of every devops engineer.

Deploying Django¶

Django is very probably the most used Python web framework around. Deploying it is pretty easy (we continue our configuration with 4 processes with 2 threads each).

We suppose the Django project is in :

uwsgi --socket --chdir /home/foobar/myproject/ --wsgi-file myproject/ --master --processes 4 --threads 2 --stats

(with we move to a specific directory). In Django this is required to correctly load modules.

Argh! What the hell is this?! Yes, you’re right, you’re right… dealing with such long command lines is unpractical, foolish and error-prone. Never fear! uWSGI supports various configuration styles. In this quickstart we will use .ini files.


A lot better!

Just run it:

If the file (or whatever you have called your project) does not exist, you are very probably using an old (< 1.4) version of Django. In such a case you need a little bit more configuration:

uwsgi --socket --chdir /home/foobar/myproject/ --pythonpath .. --env DJANGO_SETTINGS_MODULE=myproject.settings --module "django.core.handlers.wsgi:WSGIHandler()" --processes 4 --threads 2 --stats

Or, using the .ini file:


Older (< 1.4) Django releases need to set , and the ( allow us to reach the module).

Deploying Flask¶

Flask is a popular Python web microframework.

Save the following example as :

fromflaskimportFlaskapp=Flask(__name__)@app.route('/')defindex():return"<span style='color:red'>I am app 1</span>"

Flask exports its WSGI function (the one we called “application” at the beginning of this quickstart) as “app”, so we need to instruct uWSGI to use it. We still continue to use the 4 processes/2 threads and the uwsgi socket as the base:

uwsgi --socket --wsgi-file --callable app --processes 4 --threads 2 --stats

(the only addition is the option).

Deploying web2py¶

Again a popular choice. Unzip the web2py source distribution on a directory of choice and write a uWSGI config file:



On recent web2py releases you may need to copy the script out of the directory.

We used the HTTP router again. Just go to port 9090 with your browser and you will see the web2py welcome page.

Click on the administrative interface and… oops, it does not work as it requires HTTPS. Do not worry, the uWSGI router is HTTPS-capable (be sure you have OpenSSL development headers: install them and rebuild uWSGI, the build system will automatically detect it).

First of all generate your key and certificate:

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Now you have 2 files (well 3, counting the ), and . Change the uWSGI config:


Re-run uWSGI and connect to port 9090 using with your browser.

A note on Python threads¶

If you start uWSGI without threads, the Python GIL will not be enabled, so threads generated by your application will never run. You may not like that choice, but remember that uWSGI is a language-independent server, so most of its choices are for maintaining it “agnostic”.

But do not worry, there are basically no choices made by the uWSGI developers that cannot be changed with an option.

If you want to maintain Python threads support without starting multiple threads for your application, just add the option (or in ini style).


uWSGI can be configured to search for Python modules in a specific virtualenv.

Just add to your options.

Security and availability¶

Always avoid running your uWSGI instances as root. You can drop privileges using the and options:


If you need to bind to privileged ports (like 443 for HTTPS), use shared sockets. They are created before dropping privileges and can be referenced with the syntax, where is the socket number (starting from 0):


A common problem with webapp deployment is “stuck requests”. All of your threads/workers are stuck (blocked on request) and your app cannot accept more requests. To avoid that problem you can set a timer. It is a monitor (managed by the master process) that will destroy processes stuck for more than the specified number of seconds (choose value carefully). For example, you may want to destroy workers blocked for more than 30 seconds:


In addition to this, since uWSGI 1.9, the stats server exports the whole set of request variables, so you can see (in realtime) what your instance is doing (for each worker, thread or async core).


The uWSGI offloading subsystem allows you to free your workers as soon as possible when some specific pattern matches and can be delegated to a pure-c thread. Examples are sending static file from the file system, transferring data from the network to the client and so on.

Offloading is very complex, but its use is transparent to the end user. If you want to try just add where <n> is the number of threads to spawn (1 per CPU is a good value to start with).

When offload threads are enabled, all of the parts that can be optimized will be automatically detected.

Bonus: multiple Python versions for the same uWSGI binary¶

As we have seen, uWSGI is composed of a small core and various plugins. Plugins can be embedded in the binary or loaded dynamically. When you build uWSGI for Python, a series of plugins plus the Python one are embedded in the final binary.

This could be a problem if you want to support multiple Python versions without building a binary for each one.

The best approach would be having a little binary with the language-independent features built in, and one plugin for each Python version that will be loaded on-demand.

In the uWSGI source directory:

This will build a uwsgi binary with all the default plugins built-in except the Python one.

Now, from the same directory, we start building Python plugins:

PYTHON=python3.4 ./uwsgi --build-plugin "plugins/python python34"PYTHON=python2.7 ./uwsgi --build-plugin "plugins/python python27"PYTHON=python2.6 ./uwsgi --build-plugin "plugins/python python26"

You will end up with three files: , , . Copy these into your desired directory. (By default, uWSGI searches for plugins in the current working directory.)

Now in your configurations files you can simply add (at the very top) the plugins-dir and plugin directives.


This will load the plugin library from the directory into which you copied the plugins.

And now…¶

You should already be able to go into production with such few concepts, but uWSGI is an enormous project with hundreds of features and configurations. If you want to be a better sysadmin, continue reading the full docs.


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Performing Zero Downtime Upgrades for Failover Pairs

The two units in a failover configuration should have the same major (first number) and minor (second number) software version. However, you do not need to maintain version parity on the units during the upgrade process; you can have different versions on the software running on each unit and still maintain failover support. To ensure long-term compatibility and stability, we recommend upgrading both units to the same version as soon as possible.

Table 41-1 shows the supported scenarios for performing zero-downtime upgrades on a failover pair.

Type of Upgrade Support

Maintenance Release

You can upgrade from any maintenance release to any other maintenance release within a minor release.

For example, you can upgrade from 7.0(1) to 7.0(4) without first installing the maintenance releases in between.

Minor Release

You can upgrade from a minor release to the next minor release. You cannot skip a minor release.

For example, you can upgrade from 7.0 to 7.1. Upgrading from 7.0 directly to 7.2 is not supported for zero-downtime upgrades; you must first upgrade to 7.1.

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For more details about upgrading the software on a failover pair, refer to the following topics:

Upgrading an Active/Standby Failover Configuration

Upgrading and Active/Active Failover Configuration

Upgrading an Active/Standby Failover Configuration

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Step 1 Download the new software to both units, and specify the new image to load with the boot system command (see the "Configuring the Application Image and ASDM Image to Boot" section).

Step 2 Reload the standby unit to boot the new image by entering the following command on the active unit:

active# failover reload-standby

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active# no failover active

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newstandby# reload

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newstandby# failover active

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Step 1 Download the new software to both units, and specify the new image to load with the boot system command (see the "Configuring the Application Image and ASDM Image to Boot" section).

Step 2 Make both failover groups active on the primary unit by entering the following command in the system execution space of the primary unit:

primary# failover active

Step 3 Reload the secondary unit to boot the new image by entering the following command in the system execution space of the primary unit:

primary# failover reload-standby

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primary# no failover active

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primary# reload

Step 6 If the failover groups are configured with the preempt command, they will automatically become active on their designated unit after the preempt delay has passed. If the failover groups are not configured with the preempt command, you can return them to active status on their designated units using the failover active group command.

Backing Up Configuration Files

To back up your configuration, use one of the following methods:

Backing up the Single Mode Configuration or Multiple Mode System Configuration

Backing Up a Context Configuration in Flash Memory

Backing Up a Context Configuration within a Context

Copying the Configuration from the Terminal Display

Backing up the Single Mode Configuration or Multiple Mode System Configuration

In single context mode or from the system configuration in multiple mode, you can copy the startup configuration or running configuration to an external server or to the local Flash memory:

To copy to a TFTP server, enter the following command:

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  • Title:Foobar2000 1.6.8 Beta 6
  • Filename:foobar2000_v1.6.8 Beta .exe
  • File size:4.25MB (4,453,521 bytes)
  • Requirements:Windows XP / Vista / Windows 7 / XP 64-bit / Vista 64-bit / Windows 7 64-bit / Windows 8 / Windows 8 64-bit / Windows 10 / Windows 10 64-bit
  • Languages:Multiple languages
  • License:Freeware
  • Author:foobar2000

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