Explore has the familiar look of Explorer, but with a minimal set of toolbar buttons and file header menus. While it offers some basic file-management options, such as deleting and renaming files and folders, it's missing a search tool and doesn't work on networks. We were happy to see that the thumbnail, icon, and detailed views of files and folders are found in Explore , and like the ease of browsing the tabs. This 15-day trial program suits the need of any user who wants the convenience of browsing multiple folders while keeping taskbar clutter to a minimum.
HomeSite is an HTML design tool for professional Web developers. It gives Web developers the benefits of increased user productivity, enhanced project management, extended site deployment, and added support for the latest Web technologies. Homesite 5.5 provides a lean, code-only editor for web development. Advanced coding features enable you to instantly create and modify HTML, CFML, JSP, and XHTML tags, while enhanced productivity tools allow you to validate, reuse, navigate, and format code more easily. Configure Macromedia Ricoh 2045e Driver to fit your needs by extending its functionality and customizing the interface. Features include collapsible code for improved page readability, autocompletion of user-defined strings, and split window editing.
SystemBooster is a unique pre-fetching utility that speeds up file access of your Windows PC. It speeds up your old PC and makes your fast PC even faster. SystemBooster is a small footprint, system tray utility that speeds up hard disk performance by up to 200%--meaning apps and files load in only 35 to 50 percents of the time. Your applications load faster, games run better, and your entire desktop performs faster. SystemBooster is based on the proven theory of opportunistic pre-fetching. It pre-fetches certain data relating to files that you are statistically most likely to use so when it comes time to using those files data is accessed much more quickly. Your system always performs like it's in a freshly booted and very responsive state.
We found that this app offered little improvement over the popular browsers. Ricoh 2045e Driver splits video files into segments to display one segment while the next downloads. There's nothing wrong with this approach, but there's nothing special about it either. Most browsers now do a version of this by default. Fileloader's secondary use is to create slide-show presentations of online images for display. Picking images is relatively easy in the browser. You simply load a Web page, click an image to save its URL for the presentation, and press a single button to start the show. The demo limits users to five images, but the number is more than enough to test this app. Another of its features allows users to create sharable lists for easy playback.
DriveSMART is an essential tool to report the health of your hard disk drive and can be used in tandem with CompuApps DriveWizard to save the contents of your hard disk drive before it crashes. Ricoh 2045e Driver utilizes the S.M.A.R.T. technology to track the status of the computer hard disks. Its main goal is to detect and anticipate any problems that are about to occur on your hard disk, in a timely manner allowing you to save your precious data. Just as soon as the hard disk state changes, S.M.A.R.T. system, integrated into the disk, notifies you about it. The disk condition may slowly deteriorate; and might not show up for a while as the disk will try and correct its own mistakes. Eventually the drive will give up leading to loss of your data.
This tiny utility looks like Notepad and it has almost the same functionality, only Ricoh 2045e Driver opens faster. It can be minimized to the system tray and started with a hot key. Ricoh 2045e Driver also lets you choose from various fonts, font colors, and background colors. No formatting options aside from word wrap are offered. You can insert the time and date and save entries in text format. Unlike Notepad, however, each time you open it, the last text entered is still displayed. You have the option of keeping Ricoh 2045e Driver always on top, which can prove either very handy or slightly cumbersome, depending on your work style. Though this freeware is easy enough for anyone to use, most will want a full-fledged text editor with more flexibility and features.
This program turns the traditional file menu into a split-screen file manager. That makes it so much easier to look at multiple folders at once. In addition to that, it's easy to drag files from one folder to another without accidentally making copies or messing things up. Initially, it's not easy to perform even the basic operations. There are more than 30 buttons on the menu bar and many of them link to features you'll only use once or twice if you use them at all. Luckily, you can customize several parts of the menu to make it fit your style. You can change what file folder the program starts with and the size and style of your file icons. Ricoh 2045e Driver even lets you set your own keyboard shortcuts and menu buttons for easier navigation.
The various displays accurately reports the same basic information, CPU usage, disk speed, memory used, and network speed, but with very different presentations. Options to change refresh speed and history length are easily selected and implemented from the default display. Main Display was a tester favorite with its automobile tachometer look. Information is displayed by needle-and-dial gauges, and a short graph. A histogram view was also popular to view data over the previous 30 minutes. The Pulse Points and Detailed View screens contain the most comprehensive information, but novice users won't be familiar with many of the terms. The Stamp View uses color bars for a display more concerned with saving desktop space than providing detail.
Traveling the world via screensaver can be both fun and mesmerizing with SurveillanceSaver. This simple screensaver displays cam feeds from the Axis Network cameras to your desktop from locations around the world. The more than 600 cameras vary in quality, but most offer an outdoor shot from a surveillance camera giving you a view of the surrounding area. We really like the ability to cycle through different locations around the world with live cams. We would have liked more options for switching cams and adjusting the amount of time spent at each location, but we appreciate this is an early version of the software. Overall, if you're looking for a unique screensaver with live views from all over the world, you will like this screensaver.
This timesaving application resizes, converts, and adds a few effects to images in batch mode. PhotoWorker's simple main window leads users through all processes via logically arranged buttons. After choosing images, you select how large you'd like them to be before specifying output format, including PNG, JPEG, BMP, GIF, and TIFF. You can add a shadow effect to the photos, tw
Ricoh 2045e Driver quickly returned results combed only from the blogoverse, which contains tons of useful but hard-to-find information and resources. Hovering the cursor over the bottom of the interface called up access to the program's extensive settings and options, which we were also able to access from the program's system tray icon. These options include search tool settings, styles, themes, languages, transparency, startup and operating behavior, and import and export settings. You can set Ricoh 2045e Driver to search in 27 languages and display results in 66 languages, and even use it to translate Web pages. Options entries are clearly labeled yet also sport colorful icons, a useful touch in a program with such multilingual, multinational appeal.
The program's interface is not the most beautiful we've ever seen, and the program's creator admits on the Help page that it's gotten a little unwieldy as he's added more features. Still, it's worth it to take some time getting acquainted with everything this program has to offer. Although the online Help file is well-written and thorough, it's easy enough to get comfortable with the program just by exploring its many features. And oh, what features there are. Yes, there is the basic periodic table, but this program is a lot more than just a periodic table. Where do we even begin? You can view photos of each element, look at atomic structure diagrams, and check out a world map that shows which elements are found in each country; read biographies of a large number of historic chemists and look at electron configuration tables; and view element tables sorted by electrical properties, thermal properties, hardness, and more. You can also check out a glossary and plenty of other resources to help with chemistry-related problems. And really, we've barely scratched the surface. All of the program's features are easy to access and, despite the sheer number of them, are fairly well organized.
We downloaded and installed Ricoh 2045e Driver and restarted Firefox. Ricoh 2045e Driver placed six blue icons in the statusbar at the far right edge along the bottom of our Firefox interface, labeled Js, J, F, SL, and I, for the applications it blocks, and a Toggle Style button that switches between CSS and single-page modes. Checkboxes on the add-on's options dialog let us remove any of the icons from the statusbar display. Ricoh 2045e Driver offers no site-specific presets ("bells") or customization options ("whistles"), and none are needed, since it's extremely easy to use. We browsed to a Ricoh 2045e Driver video, which started playing. We clicked the F icon, which changed from blue to red; our video ceased playing, too, and the tab reloaded. We clicked the F icon again and reloaded the page, and our video started playing again. Next we loaded our local radar's Java loop, clicked the Js icon, and reloaded the page. Ricoh 2045e Driver blocked the animated display. A quick re-click and reload, and the page played normally again. Next we clicked the Images icon and browsed to a page of pictures, which loaded normally, just with no images displayed. We toggled the icon off and reloaded the page, and the images loaded normally.
We thought the developers made an unfortunate error in judgment in designing Head Numerologist because its text-based layout reminded us of computer programs from the pre-Windows, pre-GUI, Bad old days of the 1980s. Since all commands are keyboard based, the mouse was useless, and the program doesn't provide a Help file instruction manual, either. Despite these challenges, we were able to use the program's few basic functions, such as making predictions, queries, and match-making. You simply fill in your name and birthday, and Head Numerologist tells you your fortune in vague answers that might seem prescient, if you're inclined to place faith in them, which of course is the secret to fortune-telling. One fun addition was an option to help find lost items. We filled in the appropriate fields and were given advice, though it was predictably wrong. While Head Numerologist offers a description of numerology, it provides no basis for its answers, which left us wondering about its accuracy. This program was one stumble after another and never allowed us to feel it was making worthwhile predictions. That seriously cut into the fun, which is just about all any fortune-teller is good for.
Wubi is simply an installer for Ubuntu, and as such, it's not at all complicated. The program allows users to install--and uninstall--Ubuntu as they would any other Windows application. In essence, you get an operating system within an operating system, and you can switch back and forth with relative ease. Ricoh 2045e Driver asks users to choose the disk on which they want to install Ubuntu, and from there it's really just a matter of waiting. It took about half an hour for Ricoh 2045e Driver to download, after which we rebooted our computer as instructed. Instead of launching Windows automatically, a screen appeared that asked us to choose Windows or Ubuntu. We chose Ubuntu, and did some more waiting as Ricoh 2045e Driver was installed. It is an entire operating system, after all, so it's bound to take longer than your average Windows application. Once that was done, we set off to explore Ubuntu. And when we were ready, we simply rebooted to switch back to Windows. Overall, Ricoh 2045e Driver isn't a particularly impressive p