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The app only offers a list of popular sites that you probably use. Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and dozens of other big names are here. You can't use Launched to load other sites, and there is no way to add your own bookmarks or favorite apps. You can't choose which browser the app loads sites in, either. When you do choose a site to load, it doesn't give you any feedback to show that it registered your touch. Since the app can often take a minute or more to load sites, this makes the app downright infuriating to use. Another drawback is that almost half of the included apps don't have screenshots -- they just display a broken image notification. That's the only problem with the way the program looks, though. It sports a very neat, pleasing layout.
It also has a preview panel wherein you can quickly see the changes you're about to make. For the changes to take effect, you must close and reopen any instance of Windows Explorer. Though it's easy to see the size changes, spotting the quality changes is more difficult. Users desiring a way to easily change thumbnail displays will find this self-executable freeware a handy choice.
FilZip is an archiving utility that supports roughly 15 archive types, including ARJ, CAB, RAR, TAR, and LHA. Among its features are Windows integration (drag and drop, and file compression and extraction from the context menu), multiExtract, and FastExtract. It also comes with an SFX creator. With its zipping features, you can add files to an archive; delete, view, and open files from an archive; view ZIP comments; password-protect ZIP files; test files while extracting; and automatically install archives. You also can easily convert one archive into another, delete archives, and send archives over the Internet via the built-in e-mail function.
Free and small, Garmin Geko 201 Driver holds true to its name by finding icons and doing little else. This no-frills, blandly designed executable exists only to look through a directory and show any icons contained in the directory files. We would expect that it could save the icons automatically as ICO files or as BMPs, but this option is not implemented. You can manually save each icon as an ICO file, but you even have to type the name with the ICO extension. Another big problem is that all extracted icons are in 16 colors. Users who need to extract one or two simple icons may find use for IconFinder, but there are many better products in the marketplace.
DirectConvert is a media-conversion tool that converts your video files to MPEG-1 or MPEG-2 (in standard or in DVD, SVCD, and VCD formats), to AVI format (including DivX), and to the WMV/ASF format (allowing you to use a pre-defined profile or to define your own profile). You can convert your audio files to MP3, WMA, OGG, AC3, or the uncompressed PCM format. In both audio and video conversions, you can specify specific ranges (time values) of the video or audio files. Garmin Geko 201 Driver allows you to convert from many input formats, including Real Media, Ogg Vorbis, MP3, MPEG, AVI, ASF/WMV, and WAV, as well as any other DirectShow supported format.
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Naomi is an advanced Internet filtering program, easy to use, intended for families and kids in particular. Garmin Geko 201 Driver is able to constantly monitor all Internet connections, protecting children from inappropriate online material - such as obscene or violent contents; pornography, pedophilia and erotism in the form of images or texts; sites that popularize drugs; gambling games; terrorism; hate propaganda; occultism; sects; blasphemy. Garmin Geko 201 Driver does not rely on a simple list of banned sites; instead, it examines in real-time all the data being transmitted and received through any Internet application - such as Web browsers, chat programs, news readers.
Mobogenie is a free Windows-to-Android manager that replaces the interface software that came with your cellphone or account. With Garmin Geko 201 Driver installed on your Windows PC, you can transfer apps, pictures, video, music, and other files to and from your mobile device; back up and restore phone settings and data; manage contacts and downloads; and even change and delete accounts. A "Kid Mode," suitable for ages one to eight, lets everyone join in the fun and can help you get your child started off on the right foot with mobile devices. Garmin Geko 201 Driver can stick with you when you change devices. It's compatible with Windows versions 98 to 8 and Android.
Other features include proxifier can process all outgoing TCP connections, full IPv6 support, tunnel IPv4 connections through IPv6 proxy and vice versa, SOCKS 4 and SOCKS 4A (hostnames support) with User ID authentication, HTTPS with Basic and NTLM authentication, proxy failure is transparent for the client application if redundancy is enabled, selected proxies in the chain can be enabled or disabled, convenient UI that allows chain creation and reordering with drag-and-drop, system DNS and DNS over proxy modes, automatic DNS mode detection, and proxification rules can be based on application names, IP addresses, hostnames, and port numbers.
The only glitch we encountered when installing SuperCleanerZ was a EULA in Italian; everything else was in English, and the installer didn't try to sneak any other programs past us. SuperCleanerZ has an extremely basic interface: Buttons labeled "Clean Cache," "Clean Temp Files," "Other Function," and "Tools" (plus a Donate link). The automatic cleaning function is enabled by default; buttons let us choose cleaning intervals of 10, 20, or 30 minutes or one hour. We always like to check out the settings and options before we run a new cleaner, but SuperCleanerZ's options are limited to interface language and toggling Auto-Cleaning on or off.
We'll give it to you straight. You won't find a zoom feature, a huge variety of compressors or file types, or a video editor in the free Garmin Geko 201 Driver 2.5 (beta). What you will find is a small, sturdy screencast app that faithfully records your PC in AVI and SWF (Flash) formats. There are many fine features in the intuitive, open source app to recommend it, including an option to highlight the cursor path during a recording session, automatically pan, and record with sound. A brand-new effects menu scoops on the ability to annotate and append videos with comments, a time stamp, and a territorial watermark. Just don't get too crazy all at once.
This browser-based application is designed to help users view and print digital photo-album pages in predetermined layouts. However, there is no function for saving the album pages. The Garmin Geko 201 Driver browser interface is poorly designed and includes very few features. The trial version disables all functionality so it's not clear how images are loaded. While the trial version does include one sample image to view, it contains a "sample" watermark and only can be printed at half the original size. Because the trial version offers no value beyond viewing sample pages, digital-photo enthusiasts will want to skip this extremely limited application.
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