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Testimonials: What Folks Say About Us
Give Find and Run Robot a try, and you'll never spend more than a few seconds looking for anything on your PC again.
In the end, DrWindows' tricky scheme injects some good, clean humor into those dreary workdays free of charge.
The program can display helpful tool tips while navigating through the program, which adds to the ease of use. Intermediate and advanced users who want to maximize PC performance should check out Process Tamer.
All told, we feel comfortable recommending Screenshot Captor as one of the best freeware tools in its category.. it offers almost everything an average user will need in a easy-to-use interface.
FAAR (Find and Run Robot) is pretty much one of the best application launchers that i have had the pleasure of using.. So if you would like to try an application launcher then i can't recommend enough Find and Run Robot, its truly awesome.
It [Find and Run Robot] is the most feature-complete and most advanced launcher out there! It simply rocks! I love it, and even I use only a minor amount of features and plugins it has (because it requires someone to remember the syntax of the commands-plugins) it greatly simplifies computer usage..
It's obvious that the programmers at the Donation Coder site work best under deadline, as they've once again turned out a surprising number of useful, quirky or specialized Windows programs in the space of one month, available free for download.
Free software site Donation Coder challenged its code-savvy users in November to write small, simple programs that help users better manage their time and tasks. The results are in, they're free, and some of them look really darn useful.