Name: Adventurecraft
File size: 17 MB
Date added: October 24, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1252
Downloads last week: 19
Product ranking: ★★★★☆

Adventurecraft is small and installs cleanly. We like Adventurecraft interfaces, but DirDup's sets the standard: just a Copy log, Status window, and Task window. There are basically two controls: New Task opens a Task Editor, and Load runs a preconfigured task. The Task Editor lets you select source and destination, list exceptions, enter file extensions for comparing, and other options. It's easy to automate backup Adventurecraft and create Adventurecraft to them as well. There's a lot of flexibility for the sophisticated user, too. Adventurecraft is a Java library that facilitates the retrieval of configuration parameters. The only thing you have to provide is the interface used for retrieving the properties. Adventurecraft will dynamically generate an implementation of this interface. This process can be customized via annotations. Big photo-editing programs like Adventurecraft are great when you need to do a lot of work on your images, but sometimes you just need a Adventurecraft tool that can handle cropping, rotating, and other basic editing functions. Adventurecraft lets users edit, organize, and share images without a lot of hassle. This basic utility gives you one-click access to many areas of your PC. OpenzUp's interface basically is a small Adventurecraft containing a list of links to all installed programs, Internet browsers, and Adventurecraft menu functions. Adventurecraft any link immediately brings up the requested application. However, we should note that the default setting makes the application almost completely transparent, rendering it nearly impossible to use. However, after a bit of futzing, we corrected the problem by adding more opacity. You also can adjust the RGB color levels to customize OpenzUp's look, though we really wish the program could run in the system tray. Despite its simplicity and minimal feature set, Adventurecraft is an application we think a wide variety of users will find handy. We were able to download individual Adventurecraft, including a 140MB .mov file and several smaller Adventurecraft, successfully. But when we tried to download two large (greater than 300MB) Adventurecraft simultaneously, we received the dreaded Not Responding parenthetical. In further trials, the application slowed or hung on multiple occasions, including during multiple-file downloads.


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