Author: fredoport| Published 25 November 2015 | Views: 2642
IZArc is extremely easy to use! To open an archive simply double click (or, you're working in Web style, click once) on an archive listed in My Computer or the Windows Explorer, drag and drop an archive onto IZArc, or use the standard Open dialog box. The main IZArc window features a list with the names, and sizes of all files in the open archive. This list can be scrolled and sorted on any field. A configurable tool bar provides fast access to commonly used actions. Extensive context sensitive help is always available.
Author: fredoport| Published 18 November 2015 | Views: 3051
Show your photos like a pro. Jalbum lets you create and share stunning customized photo albums. Publish to yourname.jalbum.net or your own site. Easy to use User Interface. Explorer-like user interface. The order of the buttons left side reflect the workflow. You can easily manage your images, rotate, comment and arrange as you want. Runs on many systems. 32 Languages. The Jalbum application most likely speaks your language — it comes with 32! Skins — endless customization. Skins define the gallery appearence and functionality. Jalbum has 7 skins built-in with tons of more skins available for download.
Author: fredoport| Published 8 November 2015 | Views: 2242
StarBurn is an advanced CD/DVD/Blu-Ray/HD-DVD burning, grabbing and mastering software development kit for Microsoft Windows. StarBurn SDK enables everyone to add reliable, high-performance CD/DVD/Blu-Ray/HD-DVD burning capabilities to any custom application in just a few minutes. The SDK supports virtually all available burning hardware (including modern high-capacity Blu-Ray and HD-DVD devices) and provides a flexible, solid framework for your application regardless of development environment or target platform. StarBurn takes care of complex issues associated with the burning process such as handling specific optical media types, thread management, intermediate caching and non-standard device commands: allowing you to focus on application development instead of implementation details.