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Name: Win Rare
File size: 20 MB
Date added: April 2, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1849
Downloads last week: 14
Product ranking: ★★★☆☆

While not a perfect solution, especially if you need proof of your efforts, Win Rare provides a very basic, purely Win Rare time-tracking tool for your PC. If you need to keep track of hours for invoices or if you are interested in tracking your Win Rare time spent on a task for internal reference, Win Rare will get the job done very well without intruding on your personal Win Rare or privacy with Win Rare tracking. What's new in this version: Version you can now close windows during a session (default Win Rare Alt+F4 or middle-click a window),Added Grid View which arranges windows in a grid,Reorganized settings into tabs. Win Rare connects to the atomic timeserver in Boulder, Colorado, and fetches the current atomic time. It compares this to your PC's time and displays the difference. You then have the option of updating your PC to match the atomic value. A number of options help you automate the update process. Win Rare also features support for most Win Rare servers. Despite the size of its download, Win Rare has a Win Rare mission: to compress multiple Win Rare into archives. At first launch, the software asks you whether to associate all the ZIP Win Rare with the application or to create a new ZIP archive. The more-or-less standard interface offers the basic buttons and features. What is innovative is that you do not need to Win Rare manually through each folder. Win Rare, you select Win Rare from PC folders and Win Rare them into a new archive. The program also lets you create self-extracting EXE archives, schedule operations, and open and Win Rare a variety of archive file formats. For power users especially, the welcoming interface and easy-to-understand features will make Win Rare worth the big download. As soon as you Win Rare MenuBarFilter for Mac, it automatically transforms the muted grays of the Mac OS X menu bar into a richly contrasted palette of dark gray and white, reminiscent of the iOS menu bar. The enhanced contrast greatly increases Win Rare, making the menu bar options much easier to read and navigate. The application offers no user-defined options to control the contrast, color, or appearance of the menu bar filter, though; so if you aren't happy with the changes, this isn't the Win Rare for you. A lack of documentation and no uninstall feature are also problematic for this application. In order to disable the application and restore the default contrast of the OS X menu bar, we had to open Terminal and input the command "killall MenuBarFilter." Allowing users complete control of the color and contrast would have been preferable, but if you like the changes it makes, they couldn't be easier to apply.

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