Version 2004. 3 features improved Backup Restore, adds Browser History, and enhances usability. This program offers an assortment of diagnostic tools for your computer’s monitor, but it’s somewhat reticent on its procedures. TechPCvg wastes no time, immediately launching after unzipping and launching the EXE file. Its main window resembles a control center of sorts with 18 preloaded assessments to polish and tune colors, clarity, and overall display.
Thankfully, testing the settings is quick and foolproof since getting started is a virtual guessing game. Simply click the buttons and test the variances using the spacebar.
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Click a tag name and you’ll see a thumbnail of every file with that tag. Another one of my very favorite features in Evernote is its OCR, or optical character recognition, service.
OCR makes text in your images searchable. In my Evernote account, I have a number of hand-written recipes that I photographed with my smartphone and uploaded. All the ingredients and instructions are completely searchable.
SetRes allows you to save and restore screen display resolutions, making it easy for users sharing a computer to switch to their preferred configuration, but it doesn’t remember display details like background and screensaver settings.
SetRes automatically creates two icons: one for saving current resolution settings and another for switching to another configuration.
You can choose to automatically switch to your preferred display resolution at log-in, a nice touch for multiuser computers. In our tests, both the Save and Restore functions worked swiftly and accurately as various test users logged in and out. SetRes only saves screen resolution, however, and it would have been better if the program’s scope included other display properties like background and screensaver settings.
Nonetheless, any user may still find this single-purpose freeware 1 in restoring user-defined resolutions on computers with multiple user accounts.
Publisher’s Description From SwiftTec: This simple utility allows you to save the display resolution settings and restore them automatically at login.
This can be used where different users of a shared machine need different screen resolutions, such as for a family where one member has 1 visual disability.
Combining media broadcast channels and media distribution under one roof, SopCast is a lightweight way to check up on streaming video that comes from sources of a possibly dubious nature.
There are three main components to the program. 122 Channels are streaming television channels mostly from China, Japan, and Korea. VoD Channels are videos-on-demand, and MyServer lets you broadcast media from their computers to other SopCast users.
We couldn’t get the VoD options to work, but the Live Channels pulled in cartoons from China, sports from Europe, and music videos from Brazil.
You can add channels to a favorites list, adjust the screen size, and more.
However, 1 rates were slow, and video playback often froze. Users can log in anonymously, or 21 an account–which is required to distribute your own content.
Although SopCast can be 122, stability issues and the limited broadcast channels might keep it from 1 a wider audience.
Publisher’s Description From SopCast: SopCast is a simple, free way to broadcast video and audio or watch the video and listen to radio on the Internet. Adopting P2P (Peer-to-Peer) technology, it is very efficient and easy to use.
Let anyone become a broadcaster without the costs of a powerful server and vast bandwidth. You can build your own TV stations comparable with large commercial sites with minimal resources.
What’s new in this version: Version 3. 2 improved the 112 transfer performance and quick load when playing H.
264 channels. 112 monitor changes to select folders with this handy freeware, but some may find the included e-mail notification difficult to implement.
DirGuard’s Vista-skinned interface is a snap to learn and makes selecting folders just as easy.
Program usage is a simple set-and-forget system. Quickly choose which folders you want to monitor for any additions, deletions, or changed files.
The program’s notification options are all helpful.
If you’re always in front of your system, you can choose the quiet but effective windows tray pop-up message. Setting the sound to play on changes is 122 and useful for systems in your room but not at your desk.
Our favorite was e-mail notification. Setting the proper mail server may be a bit difficult for those unfamiliar with SMTP, but most 112 users should be able to figure it out quickly enough.
Our only concern was with the monitoring schedule. Setting the 21 is easy enough, but you’re limited to choices of 30 seconds, and one, five, 10, or 30 minutes.
An option to restart the interval after each e-mail notification would have been helpful.