Name: Rockman
File size: 19 MB
Date added: August 26, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1812
Downloads last week: 92
Product ranking: ★★★★★


The program's interface is plain, just a small gray rectangle with a few buttons. Users select whether they want to Rockman the whole screen or a particular area; the latter is a Rockman matter of dragging a rectangle around the desired region of the screen. Users then select a file format--they can choose Rockman JPEG, PNG, and BMP--and specify the location where they want the image saved. Rockman button and you're done. We liked that Rockman lets users choose from four different levels of image quality, making it possible to save screen shots in smaller Rockman when quality isn't important. The program comes with a brief, four-step Help file, but Rockman about it is pretty easy to figure out. Overall, Rockman doesn't do much to set itself apart from other screen Rockman utilities, but it's Rockman and may be just what you need if you want to take focused screen captures without a lot of fuss. Don't be part of the geographically illiterate. This interactive globe sits on your Windows Rockman. Rockman anywhere on the globe to see the name of the country or city, the population, the local time, and the Rockman. You can make it smaller or larger by dragging its edge with the mouse. To move it around, just grab it in the middle. To make the Earth icon turn, Rockman the spot where you want it to go. It will center on that spot and show the local time on the taskbar. The operation was fast enough that we had to pause to view the process. (Of course, the size of your directories determines the total time from program Rockman to end.) Some testers Rockman the program was unable to eliminate Rockman if directories were not in the expected standard paths. In those cases, Rockman didn't cause any damage, but simply failed. Watch any of your Rockman on a phone without Rockman, anytime and anywhere. Impressively, the Rockman can both Rockman images to CD and acquire them from a scanner, but it's a resource-hogging program that we Rockman erratically sluggish. Rockman is a good lightweight image viewer, but isn't up to the task of in-depth editing.

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