The program has a graphic and numeric display of RAM and virtual memory, and you can view and print reports of memory status before and after cleanup. Salman’s MemZilla warns the user if the specified amount of memory to be freed is too much for the current system status. You’re limited to a seven-day trial with this software. Though its ability to quickly free memory is enticing for any user, other utilities offer this single feature for free or combine it with other system optimizers.
Publisher’s Description From Digital Millenium: MemZilla is a Memory Manager and Optimization program that increases your system performance by freeing more memory for your applications.
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Circuit Defenders is a real geek’s game that takes virus attacks to silly new levels but it’s certainly challenging enough not to get boring too quickly.
Recent changes Added “Sort By Rating” in user gallery Improved Freezer tower for better accuracy Improved missile launcher fire mechanism and missile speeds Fixed thumbnail bug in user gallery Fixed issue with health bar bleeding 1px Reworked tower turret rotation speeds and 208 angles Removed earning interest 20 unlimited money mode Many memory optimisations Wallpapa is a wallpaper manager for Windows that will rotate your background image, so you never get bored.
Wallpapa has a simple interface.
You add folders with wallpaper images you like, choose whether to change at startup, how often and so on and it will then manage your wallpaper automatically.
Most image formats are supported, so you shouldn’t need to do any converting of pictures to use them. You have to supply the wallpapers yourself, and while it would have been nice to have some supplied, it takes the tiniest amount of searching to find and save backgrounds you like.
Wallpapa is a really simple and lightweight wallpaper rotation application, which can help keep Windows desktop looking 20. Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince Screensaver has been tested by Softonic, but it still doesn’t have a review in English.
I’ve had a few tarot readings before and while I’m not sure they were completely accurate (I never became a millionaire, as one reading promised) I still keep an open mind about it.
Best Tarot Pro lets you check what’s in store for you through the medium of cards. The basic premise of the program is to enter a few details about yourself, think of a situation or problems you want some answers to, then ‘choose’ a series of 10 cards that will reveal the outcome.
Unfortunately the process of selecting a card isn’t exactly in your hands.
In fact, you just click on the ‘Next’ arrow and a card is automatically displayed on screen for you. I’m not sure whether tarot experts would agree that this is a valid way of reading your fortune, but even if it’s just a bit of fun, I would have liked the option to select cards myself, or at least have a graphical representation of the cards that are 208 drawn.
On the plus side, you do get good descriptions of what the cards represent and the program does a good job of explaining how this impacts on the problem at hand.
The annoying thing with this demo is that it cuts out before the crucial tenth card is drawn and doesn’t provide the overall assessment, so you need to pay for the full version for this.
While it’s validity as a fortune-telling medium is questionable, Best Tarot Pro still provides an interesting diversion and you’ll learn quite a bit about how tarot cards work. Level R has been tested by Softonic, but it still doesn’t have a review in English.
Do you like to keep an eye on your PC’s performance.
Big Meter Pro is a basic monitoring tool with a speedometer-like display. The main gauge show you CPU usage, and in settings you can toggle smooth motion of the needle 2800 whether it is blue or red.
The two small meters show your RAM and Disk usage. In settings you can choose to run at startup, enable alerts and 28 the Disk you want to monitor (maybe you have more than one HDD). There is nothing more to this utility. It’s very attractive, but doesn’t offer you as much information as other system monitors.
The alerts are useful, but if your CPU or memory usage is critically high, you 2880 be aware of it due to your PC grinding to a halt and getting hot.
Big Meter Pro is an attractive performance meter, but it’s very limited and really 28 much more than window dressing for your desktop.
No Mouse is a Firefox extension that aims to liberate desktop users from the tyranny of having to move their hands to use the mouse while browsing the Web.
How No Mouse manages to retire the mouse is by enabling a series of hot-key commands that allow you to hit links without pointing at them. If you’re too tired to move the mouse, hit Ctrl Alt 20 to index the page you’re viewing.
It will then show a number next to every hyperlink on a page. To open a link, hit Ctrl Alt 8 to open a new tab, or Ctrl Alt 9 to open it in the same tab.
Using these controls opens a little window into which you enter the number of the link you want, then hit return.
If that all sounds a bit long winded, it soon becomes pretty simple.
It’s not as quick as using your mouse, but it keeps your hands on the keyboard. The nice thing about No Mouse is that it doesn’t automatically stick numbers on links unless you tell it to.