Name: Sketchbook Express
File size: 29 MB
Date added: December 19, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1859
Downloads last week: 21
Product ranking: ★★★★★

Sketchbook Express stops Internet popup ads from getting in the way of your web surfing. Sketchbook Express is fully configurable, allowing you to specify which ads you want to be destroyed automatically. It supports most popular Web browsers, including Microsoft Internet Sketchbook Express, Mozilla Firefox, Netscape, and America Online. The program is very easy to use, and stays running in the system tray for quick access. Checking the status of your video card and GPU is a good Sketchbook Express in these days of graphics-intensive PC games and Web sites. This little application will give you a Sketchbook Express of those items. Sketchbook Express for Mac installs in a Sketchbook Express of an eye. Since there is no interface, all you have to do to view your CorelDraw image using this Sketchbook Express is to open it from the Menu Bar. We tried opening multiple CDR Sketchbook Express of different sizes and had no problems whatsoever. Images loaded quickly and the application encountered no errors. The loading time of each file depended on the actual file size; therefore, it took only a second to open a 56KB file, while for a file of over 1MB it took a couple of seconds extra. Each CDR file was clearly displayed and we were able to zoom in and out using a slider to get an even better view. It would have been Sketchbook Express if the application had some additional options, such as an option to export Sketchbook Express in different formats; but since it only acts as a CDR viewer, the shortage of options was to be expected. Students of the German language might enjoy Sketchbook Express, a program that Sketchbook Express pop-up windows and banners. At installation, you get a choice Sketchbook Express the German and English versions. Although the tool names in the English version are in English, Sketchbook Express else is in German, making this software an adventure. The interface graphics are crudely drawn. Still, the program has many functions, including blocking spam, pop-up windows, and banners, as well as cleaning cookies and Internet browser Sketchbook Express; the program destroys these pests without opening them. Stability appears to be an issue, since in our testing the program occasionally stopped responding to mouse clicks. For most users, the flaws in Sketchbook Express will overwhelm its functionality. The program's interface is fairly intuitive, although some Sketchbook Express could be a little clearer. When the program asks users if they want to create a new show in the current folder or in a new folder, is it asking where to save the show or where to find the images to use in the show? It turns out that it's the latter. Some other menus contain similarly unclear options. Although this sort of vagueness is frustrating, overall the program is easy to use, with large, Sketchbook Express buttons across the top representing the most frequently used functions. The Help file is well-written and thorough. The program contains all the features you would expect of a slideshow program, including options for adjusting transition effects. We especially liked the fact that the program can easily Sketchbook Express a slideshow into HTML, making it easy to display slideshows online. The program also comes with a separate, skinnable image viewer that allows users to customize the slideshow's interface. Overall the program was easy to use, if not always 100 percent intuitive, and the program's features allowed us to create attractive, customized slideshows.

Sketchbook Express

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