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Mini-reviews on the forum

This page collects various reviews that have been posted by users on our forum. To browse a more complete and up-to-date collection of mini-reviews, check out the mini-review section of our forum here.

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MiniReview: AceText - text & clipboard manager

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This is is very cool. It's an information manager.. well, a text information manager, make that plain text.  Which I think this makes it consistent to work with. You can write/paste/import notes, to-do lists, ideas, thoughts, projects, any text in AceText and save them in a Clip/Collection. You can sort all clips by folders to arrange them nicely and neatly.

The discussion of the minireview of AceText is particulary interesting; people talk about alternative programs and clipboard tools.

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MiniReview: SpaceMonger

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There are two kinds of people who should read this -- those who obsess over what files/folders are on their computers and those who feel they've lost control over what's on their computer and don't know where to begin cleaning up.
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SpaceMonger, scans your hard drive and creates a treemap.  What this treemap shows you is an interactive, zoomable, scrollable map of your data.

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Virtual Window Managers

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As many of you know, I use and love PowerPro, a powerful little program which can do many many (almost too many) things one of which is Virtual Desktop Management. Dissatisfied with PP's VDM, and addicted to those little pager thingies you get with most Linux window managers, I searched for and tested many Windows versions of these sorts of apps and finally settled on one.

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Mini-Review: CodeProject toDoList

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I have writen a mini-review for toDoList. I was supposed to do that in Aug :) but now it's kind of timely with the GOE - GETTING ORGANIZED EXPERIMENT. It's here:

http://www.academicp...oductivity.com/blog/


Mobysaurus Thesaurus Mini-Review

App NameMobysaurus Thesaurus
App URLhttp://moby.donationcoders.com/
App Version Reviewed1.0
Supported OSesWinALL
Support MethodsForum Based
Upgrade PolicyFree Upgrades
Trial Version Available?Donationware
Pricing SchemeDonationware
Author Donation LinkDonate to mobysaurus, the Author
Screencast Video URLComing soon
For More Info/FeedbackClick Here

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Intro:
The thesaurus, something once confined to the nearest library, has made its transition to the digital world. This program takes it one step further and doesnt require you utilize the web to access a thesaurus. It puts the power of a pocket thesaurus right on your computer screen! From the pocket copy to your desktop, this thesaurus brings you everything that you could do with a pocket thesaurus, with the speed and ease of use of the modern day computer system.

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XYplorer File Manager

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App Name:XYPlorer File Manager
App URL:http://www.xyplorer.com/index.htm
Direct download URL:http://www.xyplorer.com/download/xyplorer_full.zip
App Version:5.0x
Test System Specs:WinXP-SP2
Supported OSes:Win98/NT/ME/2000/XP/Vista
Support MethodsForum, Email
Upgrade Policy:Lifetime license
Trial Version:21-day trial period. Initial nag screen.
Pricing:€29.95 ($USD 37.95; £19.95)
Additional Screenshots:http://www.anova.org/target/xyplorer/

So you think you're happy with your current file manager? Wanting to move up with more power, but not wanting a program that invades every part of your system? Donald Lessau of Köln, Deutschland (or Cologne, Germany for we "englisch"-speakers) wants to showcase his XYplorer File Manager, a powerful tool for managing files.

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