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Face Off: Shark007 versus K-Lite codec packs
Back in June, I reviewed a software package that gives Windows a much needed booster shot in the audio and video codec department, allowing one to watch or listen to content in formats not typically supported out of the box by Windows Media Player. At the request of one of my readers, who goes by the handle “craigkra” on TechRepublic, I was asked to make a blow-by-blow comparison of Shark007 and another codec pack I had never heard of before, called K-Lite.
App face-off: Shark007 versus K-Lite codec packs | TechRepublic
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