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IceChat 7 is an IRC client for all the Windows platforms. The application works great with the Internet Relay Chat (IRC) protocol. The use of IRC clients depends greatly on personal choice. There are thousands of clients around and they all do the same. After all, they are all based on mIRC. There are many things that this application has that mIRC doesn't. For starters, you get a lot of options that let you do a lot of things. You can carry out pings, whois and similar requests by simply pressing a button. There are a bunch of sounds included in the release of IceChat. You are given the chance to create your own menus, pop-ups, and scripts, which gives you a lot of freedom. However, all of that can be done on the simple mIRC client. The application has been around since the year 2000 and is supported by most Windows platforms, including Vista. Although there isn't much that this application offers that you can't do with mIRC, it includes a bunch of features that you would have to write on your own, saving you a bunch of time.
- Lots of features that are not available in other applications