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mIRC, written by Khaled Mardam-Bey, started out as a simple IRC client for Windows. Because of many additions to its integrated scripting language, some examples of its current uses are:

Many people use mIRC due to its graphical interface and its integrated scripting language. CNET's service recorded almost 6.6 million downloads of mIRC prior to December of 2003.

Table of contents
1 Main features
2 Common criticisms
3 External link

Main features

Common criticisms

See also: #Wikipedia

External link