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Get some media player nostalgia with this web version of Winamp

Nestled along Age of Empires II and some sort of cracked antivirus, many computers in the early-2000s were also home to Winamp. The freeware media player which "really whips the llama's ass" clocked up more than 60 million users by 2001, well before the likes of iTunes or VLC player made any sort of dent in our music-listening habits. SEE ALSO: Reviewers love HomePod's loud, bass-y sound, but hate how dumb Siri is While Winamp hasn't been updated since 2013, you can now use a web version of the media player that's been developed by San Francisco programmer Jordan Eldredge.
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