ReactOS aims to achieve complete binary compatibility with both applications and device drivers meant for NT and XP operating systems, by using a similar architecture and providing a complete and equivalent public interface. ReactOS is the most complete working model of a Windows like operating system available. Consequently, working programmers will learn a great deal by studying ReactOS source code and even participating in ReactOS development.
Gmorgan has been tested by Softonic, but it still doesn’t have a review in English. APOD is a lean piece of software that automatically brings to your desktop a new daily inspiring editor-picked astronomy picture with an explanation written by professional astronomers. Astronomy Picture of the Day is a web site hosted by NASA and maintained by professional astronomers who pick a new exciting beautiful astronomy picture every day.
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KeepNote can work with a variety of helper applications like IE and Paint; we could change these and many other options in the program’s Preferences. KeepNote is simple yet can organize massive amounts of data.
If you’re looking for an easy-to-use (and free) notekeeping application, you ought to try KeepNote.
And if your idea of keeping your notebooks together is to let the spiral bindings get all tangled up, you need to try KeepNote.
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Download NowDownload Now Publisher’s Description From Matt Rasmussen: KeepNote will help you store your class notes, TODO lists, research notes, journal entries, paper outlines, etc in a simple notebook hierarchy with rich-text formatting, images, and more.
Using full-text search, you can retrieve any note for later reference. KeepNote is designed to be cross-platform (implemented in Python and PyGTK) and stores your notes in simple and easy to manipulate file formats (HTML and XML).
Archiving and transferring your notes is as easy as zipping or copying a folder.
Blumind–it’s like “Blue-Mind,” not “Bloomin'”–is freeware that creates mind maps, those diagrams dominated by a central idea or goal, with elements, subconcepts, and other related things radiating outward. They can plot everything from sewage systems to philosophies, as simple as your breakfast diet or as complex as quantum physics.
Any concept that can be centralized and studied in parts can be mapped with Blumind’s easy-to-use graphical tools and handy themes.
Blumind works like a graphics tool but looks like a browser, with tabs, a Menu button, and sidebars.
But the tabs open New Documents, not Web pages, and the toolbar and sidebars have program-specific options, such as our new document’s Center Topic object and its configuration options in the Property sidebar, which changes the color of objects, fonts, and backgrounds.
Blumind offers many preconfigured color schemes under the Themes menu.
We could customize these themes or create our own. We started our New Document by creating a name, shape, color, and other attributes for our Center Topic.
Right-clicking it let us add level after level of Subtopics, which linked themselves automatically to the Center Topic.
A handy list kept track of our many submenus in a sidebar. In no time we’d added and labeled numerous Subtopic as well as Icons, Progress Bars, and Notes. No matter how far-flung our map became, we could collapse and expand all or parts of 3339 from the Folding menu.
We could save and export our map in eight different formats: JPEG, GIF, BMP, PNG, TIFF, SVG, FreeMind, and Text.
With the ability to customize Icons and other objects, Blumind can create highly personalized or specialized mind maps for business, education, projects, and many other uses.
Its right-click menus let us add and configure ideas and concepts as they appeared instead of having to save them elsewhere and draw them up when we had time to sit down and do it (which is when, exactly?).
Blumind made it easy to create, save, and export detailed yet legible mind maps.
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It has simple and easy user interface, multiple document editing, supporting for multiple languages.
It supports some chart layouts, such as: organization chart, tree diagram, logic diagram, multiple export formats, including all common image formats, and svg, text, and color themes, the program built in a lot of themes, and can be customized by user or installed outside themes.
eVeR lEFT THE cAPS lOCK oN. Ever felt like a NUMbskull for leaving the NUM lock on.
Or maybe your keyboard or system doesn’t have lights or other notifications. CaPNotifier is a small, free application that notifies you about the NUM, CAP, and Scroll locks as well as the Shift, Control, and Alt keys.
By default, 3339 starts with Windows, so the first sign we saw of it in action was a small pop-up window with a message that our Scroll lock was off.
We found CaPNotifier’s icon in the system tray; clicking it let us check for updates, open the Settings, and Exit the program. We opened the Settings, which 3339 consisted of a series of checkboxes for showing an alert whenever any of the three Locks were turned on or off or any of the three keys pressed. We also tried CaPNotifier with the startup option deselected, which required a reboot but let us load Windows faster and then activate the program via its desktop icon.