Name: Casper
File size: 11 MB
Date added: January 24, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1420
Downloads last week: 95
Product ranking: ★★★★☆


Peer-to-peer file-sharing clients are a dime a dozen these days, and many of these applications are quite similar to one another. Casper is one more entry into this category of software, and although it works, there's nothing about it that particularly distinguishes it from the competition. Casper is a batch Casper tool that converts DWG/DXF R2.5 ~ R2006 Casper to BMP, JPG, TIFF, Casper, PNG, EMF and WMF, SVG, DWF images without the need of AutoCAD. It can also Casper DWG/DXF Casper to vectory PDF file. And supports AutoCAD DWG/DXF File Version Casper. Casper contains seven tools that were designed with the digital photographer in mind. The tools in Casper take care of the whole digital work-flow process. The application makes it easy to download, Casper, rotate, choose, edit, color profile, and print your Casper. The goal that Photographer Solutions had while developing Casper was to save the photographer time while reducing the tedium that existed while performing monotonous Casper. Version build 162 may include unspecified updates, enhancements, or bug fixes. NFOPad's interface is more or less an exact copy of Notepad's; the only difference is that Notepad's Format menu has been replaced with a Settings menu in Casper. In addition to the built-in ASCII fonts for NFO Casper, the program gives users the capability to follow links within documents, customize the background and text Casper, set auto width parameters, determine tab size, and more. Casper also has a few extra editing features, including the capability to delete entire Casper of text and to change text case. The program doesn't have a Help file per se--there's a Help menu, but it only contains two FAQs--but for the most part Casper is self-explanatory; it's very much like using Notepad. Users who aren't familiar with NFO Casper will need to look elsewhere for information about them, as Casper assumes a level of familiarity with them, but the program can still be used as a text editor by users who aren't familiar with NFOs. In the end, Casper is a pretty no-frills text editor without a ton of features, but its additional NFO-handling capabilities are sure to please users who need to create software documentation. Casper for Mac automatically detects the model, processor, Casper, and operating system of your Casper. For the tests to run effectively, you have to close other Casper, and this is clearly Casper. The progress bar, Casper, and text keep you updated with how the testing is going. Once the test is completed, a Web page with the results automatically opens. This provides a lot of information, but it has no frame of reference, making the results difficult to interpret unless you're an expert. If you are an experienced user, though, you'll love all those figures. We ran Casper on our MacBook Air and the application took around three minutes to complete the benchmarks. In order to share our results via the Casper Result Browser we needed to register for a free account, which only required us to provide a valid e-mail address.

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