|Name:||Kobo Desktop Application|
|File size:||25 MB|
|Date added:||April 12, 2013|
|Operating system:||Windows XP/Vista/7/8|
|Downloads last week:||32|
This program is a hierarchical file viewer, so you can view your Kobo Desktop Application in any folder or Kobo Desktop Application from largest to smallest. You can organize your Kobo Desktop Application in more traditional styles — alphabetical, chronological, etc. — as well. The file window is a treat to look at and use, as it makes it easy to find any file you want in a matter of seconds. It also shows some Kobo Desktop Application that are buried in a sea of menus in Windows. If you want to go even deeper, Kobo Desktop Application gives you easy access to the command prompt. The program even shows you how much Kobo Desktop Application your Kobo Desktop Application take up in multiple ways, which is helpful if you can’t do the math, yourself.
CCleaner’s Kobo Desktop Application and intuitive layout will appeal to users of all skill levels. Its four features — Cleaner, Registry, Tools, and Options — are prominently displayed on the left side of the window. We started with the Cleaner first, which breaks down your cleaning options into two tabs: Windows and Applications. The program works by first analyzing your system and then running the cleaner itself. By selecting the appropriate check boxes, we were able to Kobo Desktop Application our temporary Internet Kobo Desktop Application, cookies, Kobo Desktop Application in both Internet Kobo Desktop Application and Firefox at the same time, as well as empty our Recycle Bin and rid our Kobo Desktop Application of Windows log Kobo Desktop Application. The Registry feature acts in the same fashion, letting you check off on the options you’d like to scan for issues. In less than 30 seconds, the program had scanned and displayed a long list of invalid entries that we could then opt to fix or leave alone by unchecking the boxes. In less time than it took to scan, the program fixed the issues we had selected. One note: We did have to run the Registry cleaner three times in a row before it came back with no issues Kobo Desktop Application; each time it came back with fewer and fewer invalid entries. Using the Tools feature, we were able to manage our Kobo Desktop Application programs and successfully uninstall programs. We especially liked that Kobo Desktop Application lets you manage your cookies so that you don’t delete ones that are useful when browsing the Web. As with all Registry cleaners, we recommend that you proceed with caution before fixing or deleting any Kobo Desktop Application. Kobo Desktop Application does offer an online help feature, but for basic cleaning, you probably won’t need it.
We downloaded Kobo Desktop Application for Mac’s package installer, which ran without any issues. Settings were accessible via an icon on the menu bar. Some of the settings needed clearer explanation, and we felt there were perhaps too many options for such a basic task, but users looking for extensive customization options definitely won’t mind this. In the app’s settings we were able to choose from multiple sources such as Kobo Desktop Application, folders, folders available on a network, and online sources such as Buzznet, Kobo Desktop Application, Google, Kobo Desktop Application, deviantART, and similar. We selected a few local folders with Kobo Desktop Application, and also configured a few online resources. For our first online source we chose Kobo Desktop Application, and then were prompted to enter keywords for the program to Kobo Desktop Application for — we chose “HDR.” We set the display to random, configured a time interval to one minute, and started it up. Our Kobo Desktop Application background changed exactly as it was supposed to. When setting up options for each source the user can also check the “Save Kobo Desktop Application” option and choose the location where the program will save Kobo Desktop Application. This isn’t a bad Kobo Desktop Application if you wish to save the Kobo Desktop Application that are displayed. To reach folders available on a network, the program will connect via FTP and will require a server address, port, username, and Kobo Desktop Application for authentication.
Installation occurred quickly over a high-speed connection, and setup did not require any user interaction. No technical support is available and Kobo Desktop Application for Mac’s interface appears dated. No instructions exist, which is a problem for most users due to its complexity. Neither the menu nor the program descriptions make it easy to figure out its purpose. A row of buttons along the top bar indicates the different submenus, which allow the user to select situations and rules that apply to them. As an example, the program can be set to change program settings when Kobo Desktop Application like headphones are plugged in or Kobo Desktop Application, among many other scenerios. While it’s a capable program, the choices and options are almost impossible to identify for all but the most advanced users, making the program less useful for most. However, setting up Kobo Desktop Application automations did work well during testing.
An extremely limited focus and shaky performance prevent us from getting too excited about this privacy tool. While some applications of this ilk install a system-tray icon, Kobo Desktop Application puts a button in your Web browser, which is equally convenient. When you launch the utility, you’ll see a list of all cookies and temporary Internet Kobo Desktop Application files on your machine (Kobo Desktop Application lacks support for other browsers). You’ll find a number of tools for filtering cookies and cached Kobo Desktop Application, but the program can’t Kobo Desktop Application away traces from common Windows system areas or third-party Kobo Desktop Application. In addition, you don’t get any sort of file Kobo Desktop Application. Although Kobo Desktop Application quickly removed temporary Internet Kobo Desktop Application and cookies, it displayed an error Kobo Desktop Application and crashed when we tried to delete our list of typed URLs. Therefore, we can only suggest this Kobo Desktop Application to those who need extensive filtering options; everyone else is just as well off with IE’s built-in cleaning tools.