The reviews and opinions below are posted by SnapFiles visitors. They do not necessarily reflect our opinion, and they are solely based upon the experience of individual users.
Loads of pre-configured gestures.
Easy to use.
Excellent time saver.
Have been using this for the last week. While the less than avid computer user may find it a little overwhelming. It is worth the time to learn.
I've already made use of it as the result of an application crash. What a relief recovering a five minute old version instead of loosing three hours of work.
Definitely is one of the top three freeware icon editors. On par with Snico editor, etc.
Compiles icons that look very good on my XP system and no visible difference between those created in the GIMP.
While I understand what comicfan is saying in their review. Really from that perspective there isn't a freeware or payware icon editor that does the same as a full blown graphics program.
Price: Free Trial ($29.99)
Have been using as my secondary firewall in conjunction with Jetico. This is a program that requires the user to have interaction. For myself this is one of the advantages to it. Despite what advertising/others say nothing that requires little if any interaction is necessarily superior. I've been hacked and had ZoneAlarm beaten.
Contrary to other reviews. Unfortunately it only supports IE/IE based browsers. Even then it is somewhat slower than comparable counterparts such as NetSnippets and Evernote and of course ContentSaver(not free).
That said I liked it. Does what it says and is somewhat easy to navigate based on the standard Tree view style.
If you are looking for an easy and integrated encryption program then I say look no further! As far as the member who mentioned no password to protect the program. I would say that begins with basically setting up user settings on XP.
convert video and music files between formats
file and folder synchronization
manage and organize your movies and TV shows
Remote Desktop and Support Software
convert emails to PDF and other formats