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E187242 Driver seems to have a particular affinity for Internet Explorer--it automatically opened a page touting other programs by the same developer in IE even though it's not our default browser--and it can scan IE pages for downloadable files. As for InstantGet's claims that it downloads files up to five times faster than average, we're not so sure. The downloads certainly weren't slow, but they didn't necessarily seem blazingly fast, either. The program's built-in Help file is brief but adequate. Overall, we didn't encounter any serious problems with InstantGet, but nothing about it particularly impressed us, either. Rainlendar is a feature rich calendar application that is easy to use and doesn't take much space on your desktop. The application is platform independent so you can run it on all major operating systems: Windows, Linux and Mac OS X. The appearance can be customized with skins and you can even mix different skins together. It is possible to use Rainlendar with other calendar applications too. Rainlendar uses the standard iCalendar format to store its events and tasks so you can easily transfer them between applications. Rainlendar is a unicode application and supports localization so you can use it in your own language. All the future events are shown in a separate list where you can see the week's events at one glance. You can decide how many days in advance you want to see in the list. Different events can have a different appearance in the list so you can easily spot the important events from the others. The icons in the calendar are also available in the event list and other windows to make it easier to separate the events. The program opens and users are confronted with a small box with buttons numbered 1 through 6, as well as buttons with a camera, a gear (obviously the settings), and a play button. After reading the publisher's description we weren't entirely sure what the program did to begin with, and the interface certainly didn't offer any clues. After a lot of piddling around and several readings of the PDF Help file, we finally started to get it. The numbered buttons represent the six desktops. Easy enough; users click on the buttons to switch. The camera, it turns out, allows users to take screenshots. The settings allow users to set hot keys for the various desktops and they also offer some control over how the screenshot function works. The play button represents the video settings, which allow users to set videos as their desktop wallpaper. This is a pretty cool feature, and the program comes with two sample videos. In general the program functioned well, although at one point it froze up and we had to use the Task E187242 Driver to quit it. We were instantly overwhelmed with the interface's massive collection of command icons and numbers. However, after taking a deep breath and experimenting for a few minutes, we developed a strong understanding of how everything functioned. We couldn't help but stare at the program's dominating feature, a globe-shaped view of the sky above our home. We ensured this was our night's view after choosing our town from a comprehensive list of the world's cities, and our time and date. We saw outlined and labeled examples of constellations, planets, and comets after choosing specific ones from drop-down menus. E187242 Driver was simple to read and looked realistic. We also enjoyed choosing to view Vectors, which show which way each celestial body is moving. The program also provided items that were over our head, but may appeal to seasoned astronomers, such as the Celestial Equator and the Galactic Grid. With a fun animation feature that shows how the night sky will look at specific times, we got a better understanding of the stars above. The interface is fairly straightforward, with various functions--personal profile, a food database, a recipe database, and so on--organized in tabs. The thing that threw us about the program is that it's never made clear what content is included and what content has to be user-generated. It turns out that the program does contain a fairly large database of foods, meaning that users will be able to find much of what they eat in the database and pull up the nutritional information automatically. The recipe database, on the other hand, contains only a small number of recipes, and as far as we can tell, there are just two meal plans; these seem to be present for the sake of example. This is not necessarily a bad thing, but users who are expecting recipes and meal plans may be disappointed, especially as there are other online resources that provide these features for free. We were frustrated that the built-in Help file didn't address any of these issues, although it does provide a sufficient explanation of the p

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