It is really not freeware if it has limited functionality and people really need to learn this. If the software does not have 100 functionality from the get go and you must PURCHASE a pro version to get that 100 functionality then it is considered shareware. It really peeves me when something is advertised as FREE only to download it and over half the functions do not work unless you purchase it. As far as I am concerned, what you get without purchasing the pro version it's totally useless.
A great idea - a simple user interface to many windows features.
Most features available in the free version seem to work fine. For example,Action Center, Devices and Printers and Location Information all bring you to the corresponding Control Panel screen. However,Find Fast and File History did not work on my copy of the software.
Program comes in two versions - a freeware version and a pro version.
All features are listed in the free version. If user clicks on a feature not available in free version (of which there are many), a popup window appears suggesting buying pro version.
In my opinion, the company and product would be better served by publishing each version separately along with a list of what features.
However, as it stands now, program should make managing a Windows PC easier for many users.
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