If most modern music players are too resource heavy for you, you will want a lightweight alternative. Toolsoft Audio Player, previously known as Eufony, is such an application.
Toolsoft Audio Player is a super basic music player. You can't make playlists, or manually alter the order of music on a folder. You can only play music from one folder at a time. It features a play, pause and stop button, plus a display showing you basic information about the track playing. That's it!
The interface is really old fashioned - functional but ugly. Until people feel nostalgic for the looks of Windows 3.1, no-one will appreciate what's on offer with Toolsoft Audio Player. Nevertheless, what little it does is not too bad.
It will play audio from any of over 40 music and video formats, which means pretty much anything you could throw at it will be audible! The left panel shows your PC folder tree, so it's easily navigable. Unfortunately, there are no options to speak of, so you can't set Toolsoft Audio Player to start with your music folders open. There are so many better lightweight music players available - JetAudio and AIMP, for example - that it's hard to recommend this at all.
Toolsoft Audio Player is really really basic, like stepping back to the dawn of MP3 players. However, it's very flexible with formats, and despite requiring installation, very lightweight.
- Fixed a bug in FLAC encoding
- Improved stability of conversion