Sunrise Seven v.1.1 Build 54

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Seven Sunrise is a small but powerful application that enables you to adapt Windows 7 to your needs. The program will allow you to tweak and enhance the way your OS works. From UAC settings, performance and security enhancements to explorer, start menu and OEM information, Seven Sunrise can do it all. for Windows7, 7x64

Seven Sunrise is a small but powerful ...

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  • Sunrise Seven
  • 1.1 Build 54
  • 16 Jun 12
  • Sebastian Pawlus
  • Windows7, 7x64
  • Freeware
  • 389
  • Free
 
 

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