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.
I was going to use this for my new laptop because I'll be using it around a lot of other people but USB Raptor would only recognize my USB 2.0 thumbdrive but not my USB 3.0 ones. Also, I had to create a key file twice before it would work properly. Other than those issues it was 'fairly good' but not excellent for it's intended purpose. I've decided not to use it though because I have very few USB 2.0 drives left and they're mostly in use.
I installed this to make quick changes to images but when I wanted to add an action to open an editor, there was no obvious way to do it. I also found the program pauses at times. This is the only application on my system that does this. I'm probably going to uninstall it since I can get another application to do these functions and be easier to customize with custom actions.
I was very happy to find this freeware application since I like to keep DVD cover images for the movies I've collected. However, upon saving the images and the information, the files overwrite the existing files it generates regarding the movie. It would a nice option or feature if the application automatically named the files in some incremental manner so the new files wouldn't overwrite previous saves. Perhaps even optionally use part of the movie title as part of the file names.
Multiboot USB Creator
backup your disk partitions
Add annotation to your pictures
remote file storage browser
malware removal tool
network and server monitoring
convert emails to PDF and other formats