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.
This program presents a collection of satellite imagery in such a creative way that you feel like the Watcher from the old comic books. I love how you can spin the globe, pick a spot, than dive right into the city or town.
I noticed a lot more detail in a city like New York than I was able to find in most other places but I think that comes down to Google having more images of bigger cities to work with. I also found that the location of business map in my town was inaccurate and incomplete. Still though I understand this is a work in progress and I can't wait to see where this technology takes us down the road. My family really enjoyed it and I think you'll have fun with it as well.
Clocx made a perfect fit with my current desktop theme. It comes with some nice options like transparency which makes the clock very settle or bold depending on your preference. Also comes with a calendar and an alarm that allows you to upload your own .wav files. You can move the clock freely around your desktop or lock it into position.
On XP I removed the default windows clock and have been using Clocx instead. It's much more apealing and light enough that it isn't an issue to run. So far the program has been very stable and the time remains acurate.
The author did a great job of making something as simple as a clock into a fun little program.
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manage and organize your movies and TV shows
convert video and music files between formats
file and folder synchronization
file undelete and data recovery utility
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