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Fuel Blaster v0.9.1.2 – A Fuel Tracking Tool, Updated
Member scilor has provided an update for Fuel Blaster. It’s a very effective program that provides you with statistics concerning the fuel consumption of your car. The statistics include a number for total, average, minimum and maximum, it’s also possible to see this information in a graph.
Originally Posted by scilorYou will need .NET CF 3.5 and SQL Server CE 3.5 (Should be included, SQL-Pack on FuelBlasters WebSite)
This is a little program for tracking your fuel consumption.
It has got a “touch-friendly” interface so you are able to use it without your stylus.
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