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Alpaxo Software's Quackenchat 0.5.2

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Posted 17 years ago | Reviews | Chris Tilley 0 comments

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Developed in 1988 to usher in a new era of peer to peer network communication, IRC is one of the oldest forms of real-time cyber communication, and also one of the most controversial.

While there have been IRC clients for the Handheld PC for a number of years, they have often lacked the simplicity of the protocol and features of desktop standard IRC clients. Alpaxo Software's Quackenchat aims to address the balance using a common run-time format to provide support for virtually any Handheld PC and Windows CE Core device - all in 80 KB.

Charles Hague signs on in his latest review here on HPC:Factor, and lets us know why Quackenchat has succeeded in muscling in on the competition.

Read: Quackenchat 0.5.2
Posted on 23 April 2007 at 18:01By Chris Tilley (C:Amie)

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