Most computer applications, or maybe even all of them run in their own window, some resizable, some not. A little while back, a clever function was introduced in Windows, allowing you to change the size, shape, and position of any window by dragging it close to a screen edge. With this in mind, Snap Plus comes as a small enhancement to this feature.
Simple design makes it easy to use
The setup process only takes a little while, and doesn’t require much of your attention. At its core, the application was created for Windows 7 in order to enhance window management by quickly letting you position them to several preset screen locations. However, you can install it even on latest Windows iterations.
Running it brings up a compact settings panel, fitted with a neat preview of keyboard buttons you get to work with. These can be changed either to a Default or Laptop layout, with the difference being one uses the numpad, while the other keys that are sure to be found on any laptop.
Besides keyboard buttons displayed in the preview area, you can combine Ctrl, Alt, and the Win key, in case other hotkeys are configured on your computer. Other options only serve visual purpose, such as the tray icon color, as well as icon tray double-click action, that either brings up the settings menu, or opens up a list of system locations.
Move windows to several fixed locations
Sadly, the result is not really what’s expected. Using the configured combination of keys moves the active window to screen corners and middle areas, as well as the center. However, they are not resized, in fact, there’s no built-in option regarding size.
This has a major impact on overall functionality, because some more manipulation is required in most cases. Moreover, you can’t create custom screen layouts to have more areas where to send active windows.
To sum it up
All things considered, we come to the conclusion that Snap Plus comes with good intentions, but the set of features it wants to deliver is disappointingly shallow. The straightforward aspect, and ease of use are appreciated, but the lack of a window resize options cuts out too much practicality.
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I would like to begin with a Happy New Year from all of us here at RPS. We’re hoping you had a wonderful Christmas, and we are glad that we could help you during this special time. It’s been a long time since we have had the pleasure of talking to you, and if you would like to catch up with any news, reviews, or even fan art (see below), we’ll do our best to oblige.
See, here’s the thing, the way RPS works is that I publish a post, and everyone will agree to jump in and write about it. I then gather them all into a post with their ideas, and start editing it all to put in context for all to see. It’s really a little like the news section of the site, but it doesn’t have any political bias, and we never favor one source over another.
So that’s what we’ll be doing in 2010. It will likely be more of the same, but hey, I’ll be working on it as long as everyone wants it. What I will do, however, is read all the things you write in comments, and maybe change a small part here or there. There’s never been anything you’ve really wanted me to do (seriously, how many times have you asked me to do something about Mount & Blade? Or Berserk?), so I don’t think there will be any big changes.
We will, however, try to put together a little contest to celebrate the fact that we are opening a little account on Facebook, as well as putting up a little image of Bobby. Anyone who has suggestions of what we should do with this is encouraged to write a comment, or talk about it in a forum or somewhere.
Thank you for all the patience and support over the past few years. We couldn’t have done it without you
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KEYMACRO is a very powerful utility that allows you to automatically turn off a hardware key combination in the system. It is usually used in conjunction with a working software to create a remote control for any task on the computer.
If you are using a PC for gaming, you will want to install Keyboard Macro and Keyboard Master software. These will allow you to record and playback keyboard strokes.
Keyboard Macro Description:
Keyboard Macro automatically turns a key or set of keys off by recording a macro. The recorded macro is recalled by pressing the same keys in the same order as the macro was recorded, or by pressing a key on the keyboard that is assigned to the same function as the macro was set to.
Keyboard Macro allows you to turn on and off a combination of keys on the keyboard. It records all keyboard combinations you press, and recalls them later when the appropriate keys are pressed.
Keyboard Macro can be used with any program, including Microsoft Windows and Internet Explorer.
Keyboard Macro can be started manually from a system tray icon or launched from the Keyboard Macro window.
Keyboard Macro can be used in conjunction with Keyboard Master software to capture and play back macro keystrokes in conjunction with the same keys used for a software.
Keyboard Macro supports both software and hardware keyboard.
Keyboard Macro can be used in conjunction with any combination of keys or keystroke. You can record a macro that turns a key off, or a macro that turns a combination of keys off.
Keyboard Macro can be used with one or more keyboards. If there is only one keyboard on your computer, it will run off of that keyboard.
Keyboard Macro software will record your software keystrokes.
Keyboard Macro software can capture and save the keystrokes from a software you run in conjunction with Keyboard Macro. It will then recall the keys used when that program was run, and turn the key combinations on again.
There is no need to enter any information on the software program you run to enable Keyboard Macro.
Keyboard Macro has two views: the recording view and the playback view. You can toggle between them from the keyboard using the keys F11 and F12.
Keyboard Macro allows you to record the keystrokes from all running software or from any running software.
Keyboard Macro can save all captured keystrokes in a configuration file. You can then access the file in the Keyboard Macro window, and recall the keystrokes.
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Improve your PC’s overall performance by removing unnecessary programs or opening or closing programs more efficiently with Task Manager. It’s a small application that only shows in the notification area tray, but it allows you to pause, stop and restart processes as well as check and modify RAM usage and CPU time.Task Manager is a small application that allows you to pause, stop and restart processes as well as check and modify RAM usage and CPU time.
AIM is one of the most popular instant messaging clients and, along with the program, came a large number of client add-ons and skins that are available in the internet.
What’s new in this version
This update includes a number of improvements, such as:
• Smooth start up of the app
• Ability to get new updates while the app is not running
• Ability to open downloaded files with the program
• Ability to download new skins and add-ons from the developer website
• Ability to send emojis to contacts
• Ability to send group chats to multiple groups at once
• Ability to toggle status messages on and off
• Ability to copy and paste photos from AIM conversation to Windows clipboard
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Pentagram, the logo of today’s article, is a perenial concept in art and design. Ever since Renaissance times, this unique figure has appeared in countless works of art, often with a negative connotation. In ancient Egypt, pictograms were used to communicate ideas in an alphabetic language. The Europeans used pictograms in combination with alphabetic letters for centuries, before the invention of the printing press.
Since the invention of the Gutenberg press, text has been the main means to convey ideas. In modern times, we have moved away from written text to graphics, thanks to the Internet, where you can access almost any idea that has ever existed.
In the following sections, we will explore the historical appearance of the pentagram, as well as some of the most interesting uses of this figure in our world today.
The History of the Pentagram
According to the legend, the pentagram was created by the Ancient Egyptians during the Pharaoh Akhenaten’s reign. It represented the feminine nature and the power of renewal. The three-angled shape appears in the form of a pillar topped by a lotus flower. Sometimes, there are five petals surrounding the base of the pentagram, but it is more common to see a
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Snapseed is a simple, fast and full featured photo editor for Android.
Snap Plus comes as a small enhancement to an already established Windows feature. Although it allows you to place windows to specific screen areas (like edges, or center), it does not resize them. It has a fairly simple set of tools, but the lack of more advanced options limits its functionality to those few commands that really count.
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We’ve been talking about adding features to this app for some time. Now we’re here to tell you why we’re finally doing it.
In September of this year, we released an update that lets you mirror the screen to your Android phone with a single button press. This feature was a big hit, and we’re now happy to say that we have expanded it to make the application even more useful.
We’ve added a Settings menu that gives you easy access to all the new features, and we’ve removed the onscreen keyboard that was a part of the previous release. That means you can now use the app without a keyboard attached, which is a great feature.
Now, you can also access the settings menu by long pressing the screen while holding the device down.
If you’re a Windows user, you’ll also be happy to know that we have added the ability to move windows to any one of four screen corners. Once you’ve done so, you can quickly drag a window from one corner to another.
Once you’ve moved the window to a new location, you can use the long press gesture to bring up the settings menu. We’ve also added the ability to change the size of windows by dragging them to a screen edge.
When you first launch the app, you will be given a set of keyboard shortcuts to help you navigate the new interface. If you already use the keyboard shortcuts to move windows and resize them, you will be able to add the long press gesture to move them to corners and drag them to resize them. If you don’t use those shortcuts, you can add them to the shortcuts list.
We have also completely rewritten the settings menu. It is now a lot more intuitive and allows you to change the settings for each option in a few quick steps. It’s a significant improvement.
You will now also be able to access the settings menu from the app’s tray icon.
In addition, we’ve added a few more features that are not available in the other parts of the application.
We now have the ability to quickly change the screen
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