|Last update:||March, 2014|
There are tabs to separate the different sections of the app, and these include general, for logging in and connecting, as well as one for location, among others. A nice touch is the drag-and-drop support for the shortcuts, allowing a quick and convenient way to back up or share them.
Buttons let us rotate the view to display the moons position, a handy way to quickly orient the map. The interface is straightforward, with menus both across the top of the window and along the left side, to facilitate efficient switching between views and projects.
At the beginning, this happens every few minutes, but it becomes more and more frequent until the pop-ups are appearing less than a minute apart, which is pretty excessive and actually interferes with your ability to test the program. Facebook can be put on a major diet, too, including limiting facebook updates to status-only or filtering out wall posts.
The user manual is clear, concise, and makes it easy to learn program operations. The program comes in an archive, not a self-extracting exe file.
Tasks are separated into tabs for windows, browsers, office, and custom, and theres a surprisingly comprehensive lists of tasks that can be enabled or disabled using check boxes. Its easy to add to your browser and gets to work right away.