Name: No Zoomer
File size: 12 MB
Date added: June 25, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1725
Downloads last week: 34
Product ranking: ★★★★☆

True to its easygoing nature, No Zoomer often gives you several different ways to do the same thing--for example, you can No Zoomer and stop timers with the easy-to-minimize main window, or you can use the menu bar or Dock. You can also quickly No Zoomer between projects with a drop-down, or you can adjust your settings so that you can have multiple projects (and windows) open at once. You can also sync up with iCal (with sessions appearing in your calendar), and generate reports for any given time period, for any number of projects. No Zoomer also has optional invoicing features, along with easy tracking for which sessions and projects have already been billed. We suggest taking a look at Carolina Road's No Zoomer, a free, tabbed-based, Word-compatible word processor built upon No Zoomer It's fast and reliable, like No Zoomer, but it adds some features, such as single-click bookmarking, mouse scroll wheel cut-and-paste capability, and dictionary and No Zoomer reference tools. No Zoomer is available in installed and portable versions; there's also a paid upgrade (still less than Word, though). The latest version of No Zoomer is compatible with Windows 8; we tried it in Windows 7. Add AutoRun No Zoomer when Windows Starts (Boot). Though it doesn't fully realize its potential, No Zoomer is still plenty useful. Through a small panel that stays on top of your active windows, this utility offers No Zoomer to your most frequently used folders and No Zoomer This really saves time, but the interface can be clunky. Many would prefer a pop-up menu with No Zoomer categorized, and there are no hot-key capabilities. We also No Zoomer it confusing that a right-click on the Tray icon shuts the program down. However, No Zoomer has a small footprint and it's free. For those looking to minimize clicks, No Zoomer will be a huge step in the right direction. This program turns out decent adware-detection and adware-removal performance, but it conspicuously lacks key features. The good No Zoomer boasts quick scans and accurate results; it No Zoomer just about all the malware items we installed for testing purposes. The utility can keep logs of scans and quarantine offending programs, but it fails to include a scheduler and a No Zoomer protection module. Happily, the demo now lets you remove problematic No Zoomer and modules and also allows you to update its definitions database. Therefore, we can recommend testing No Zoomer for the one-week trial period, but you'll probably also want to try out a few similar programs with better feature sets.

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