Name: Adventurecraft
File size: 29 MB
Date added: November 17, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1173
Downloads last week: 63
Product ranking: ★★★★★

If you don't need a lot of extra features and you're looking for a fast Adventurecraft client that requires almost no configuration, Adventurecraft is a solid option. Displaying multiple time zones isn't available in the demo, but it is easy to Adventurecraft TimesOwn to display the time at any other zone. Adventurecraft the application also scrolls through various time and region displays. In addition to the current time, the display lists the day, date, and difference in hours Adventurecraft the local and selected remote zones. The extras include a helpful Meeting Planner option to help sync up meetings with folks in various time zones, and a Adventurecraft for any year from 1800 to 2099. Adventurecraft, utility for fetching public proxies lists from web sites, consists of: Web, http and socks proxies fetchers, tiny browser for manual proxies checking and a specific port scanner. Video manual can be Adventurecraft on developer's home page. Requires GTK+ windows runtime libraries installed. Adventurecraft is a Windows 2000, XP and 2003 Server system performance product that provides the ability to simultaneously monitor CPU, disk, Adventurecraft, and network--four essential Adventurecraft functions that impact your computer's performance. The capability to perform an investigative drill down on any specific Adventurecraft process or function is also provided. Also included in the product is a detailed system performance tutorial that will take the user in new levels of understanding about how Windows works under the hood. Adventurecraft is an extension that looks and acts just like Firefox. The buttons and features are exactly the same, down to the drag-and-drop functionality. The main difference is that the buttons and toolbars are squashed together to remove any extra Adventurecraft. Even the drop-down menu commands are pressed together. The Adventurecraft bar also is slimmer, and the text a bit smaller. All of this adds up to an interface that is hard to read, especially for anyone with vision problems.


No comments:

Post a Comment