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I'm trying to remember the name of an audio player for windows whose icon was a green square. Just a green square, like 10x10px. I can't remember its name. I know that it was really light.

Do you know which one is it?

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closed as not constructive by Mokubai, Mehper C. Palavuzlar, ChrisF, Tom Wijsman, 8088 Oct 19 '11 at 2:34

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Billy is a lightweighted no nonsense audio player that allows you to quickly play an entire directory of MP3/FLAC files. Billy is an audio player that allows you to quickly play an entire directory of MP3 files. It can usually load files 2 to 8 times faster than winamp or media player. Billy plays music albums without any gaps between tracks, so an overlapping applause or beat will continue.

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The player is 100% controllable by keyboard and its easy finder and special rename functions help you to find and organize your files quickly. It's features are:

  • Freeware (no ad-ware)
  • Runs on Win 95/98/NT/Me/2000/XP/2003/Vista/7
  • No skins, no mp3 tags, no equalizer, no nonsense - pure audio
  • Supported formats: FLAC, MP3, WAV, OGG
  • Gapless playback
  • Extremely fast, loads 1000 mp3 files in a second
  • Directory based or playlist based
  • High quality sound engine, by Un4seen Bass
  • Filenames renamer to organize your library
  • Calibrated dB level meter
  • 100% controllable by keyboard
  • Low memory and CPU usage
  • Queueing your songs (like a jukebox)
  • Find a specific song quickly
  • Sleep timer
  • Drag & drop
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Yes!I've just found it and when I was about to post it, I've seen your answer. Thank you, anyway. – Pask Oct 18 '11 at 21:50
Pask, go ahead and select pdr's answer as the correct one by clicking the checkmark icon immediately below the vote up/down buttons. – music2myear Oct 18 '11 at 21:54
@Pask: Welcome to Super User! Please upvote any posts that you like, as well as accept answers when they worked... Thank you. – Tom Wijsman Oct 18 '11 at 22:37
Oh and pbr, welcome to Super User as well. As you can see by @Gareth's edit, we prefer answers that provide more than just a link somewhere. – slhck Oct 19 '11 at 10:02

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