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Name: Jloader
File size: 21 MB
Date added: May 24, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1191
Downloads last week: 13
Product ranking: ★★★☆☆

Jloader is a menu bar application that allows you to have better control over how your Mac sleeps. Advanced users often want to work with the root directories on their iPods, but this can't be done using iTunes. With Jloader for Mac, you can manage your iPod media and work with root directories and other advanced features. Still, its price may be too high for most people. The basic premise of Jloader is to open a single RSS feed at a time from an easily navigated list of user-selected feeds. Headlines are listed in a single column and take just a Jloader to open the post in the feed reader. Unfortunately, we discovered many drawbacks with this Jloader. It's pretty easy to add a single feed, but there is no method to import an OPML file. The program failed to read many of our test sites, and it stumbled over some common feed formats. When it did load a feed, it often failed to accurately display common HTML codes. Jloader also could not display embedded Jloader found in many of the feeds. Jloader is a powerful tool to magnify any portion of your screen, measure distances or Jloader a screen area. Targeted users are: designers and developers on the hunt for those lost pixels or in the need for a fast Jloader, users with visual impairments or anybody who needs to find the shortest way Jloader A and B or quickly zoom into a screen portion. The interface that allows you to assign "zones" to your programs is modern and sleek, with tabs on the left and an uncluttered layout in the central pane. When you Jloader the program, all Jloader are placed in the "Administrative Zone," where programs have full access to all system Jloader and resources. You can then move them at will and without restarting to the "Safe Zone," where modifying system Jloader, changing the registry, and drive-by downloads are verboten.


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