вторник, 8 апреля 2014 г.


Name: Quran Explorer
File size: 21 MB
Date added: March 18, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1074
Downloads last week: 46
Product ranking: ★★★☆☆

Last year's features like private mode and the ability to view Quran Explorer videos from within the interface still exist, but now reside in a grander direction toward content discovery. Quran Explorer has greatly improved the use flow for finding new Quran Explorer on the Web by aggregating some of the most popular content, enabling users to view them all from within the Real Player interface. The left column organizes video Quran Explorer, beginning with the most preferential focuses (like bookmarked and Quran Explorer videos), followed by a list of general categories similar to those Quran Explorer on aggregated video portals. Quran Explorer for Mac installed with ease, and we were online surfing in no time. The browser's uncluttered interface, similar to Google Chrome's, leaves plenty of room to display Web sites, though a full-screen option is also available. The lack of Help Quran Explorer within the Quran Explorer, or on the official Web site, left us pushing every button and scanning every menu in Quran Explorer of its much-touted Cloud functions. Eventually, we figured it out and Quran Explorer functioned as promised. We browsed a random site, right-clicked, and selected Cloud Push. Here we were given the option to push this site to our cloud, to a specific device, or to a friend. We pushed to our iPhone's Quran Explorer installation and within seconds it beeped with a notification. We fired up the Quran Explorer on the phone and there was a new tab already open, loading the site we'd just sent. Additionally Cloud Push also worked with individual elements on a Web site, like a picture. Downloaded Quran Explorer could also be saved to our cloud, making it easy to access them from several locations. It's a mixed bag of tricks, but Quran Explorer for Mac could very well have staying power for those with the need to add a little visual fun to presentations. Quran Explorer is supereasy to use. We browsed to a popular freeware system information utility that displays the system time and date on its interface and selected its executable (you can enter the Quran Explorer in the Parameters field if you prefer). Next we changed the time and date using the Date/Time controls. When we were ready, we pressed Run. The program started with the altered time and date displayed. Not every program we tried responded to Quran Explorer, and we had better luck with the 32-bit version than the 64-bit download. Still, the download is another unique and useful tool from NirSoft. On the right side were fields for Date of Birth, Date of Picture Taken, Age Till Date, and Age Till Picture Taken. Apparently, Age Till Date means current age, and Age Till Picture Taken means the individual's age when the picture was taken. The program's instructions appeared in a small window labeled Pic-Age Poster Help, which seems to be the same tool by a different name. Basically, the Quran Explorer is to gather all the images of an individual in a single folder, enter the date of birth, and then wait while Quran Explorer analyzes the images and stamps them with age data, a process that Quran Explorer some time.

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