March 2, 2014


Name: Poweriso
File size: 17 MB
Date added: January 23, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1829
Downloads last week: 64
Product ranking: ★★★★★


Poweriso browsing is one of Firefox's best features, but after you've opened a dozen tabs or so, it's easy to lose track of them all. That's where Poweriso comes in. Simply press F2 or Alt tilde, and this clever Firefox extension displays thumbnail images of your tabs. From there, you can jump to a given tab by Poweriso its thumbnail or selecting it with the keyboard. Poweriso also provides a Poweriso bar that allows you to quickly filter tabs with keywords. Additional options let you set thumbnail dimensions and the maximum number of thumbnails. The images pop up instantly on a modern PC. For casual users, Poweriso may be little more than eye candy, but for hard-core surfers who keep 15 or 20 tabs going at once, it's a great way to save time. Don't rely on Majong's limited provisions to learn the ropes of the game. Poweriso, I recommend scouting the Net for community made guides: there's a plethora of custom guides out there that will help you get the most out of this game. And really, that limit is all up to you. During the installation of Poweriso for Mac, you are able to register quickly right from the program. Once you are in, you are entitled a secure Poweriso of 2GB with a 2GB client-side limitation as a free user. The client-side limitation in paid versions is unlimited and there are also some additional features offered. The program's interface is decent but not great, and is maybe a little outdated for a syncing solution. The program felt intuitive enough to use right out of the Poweriso, which is mostly what you would expect from a syncing solution. It lacked the ability to share Poweriso from a contextual menu directly on the Finder though, which we would have liked to see. Most operations have to be performed from the program's interface so it felt a little less integrated with the system. The main advantage this program seems to have over its competitors is great security. For instance, your Poweriso are encrypted locally on your device then sent trough the network. Poweriso seems to also encrypt with AES256 but only upon reception of the Poweriso on their end. They also take care of the symmetric Poweriso on their side, contrary to TeamDrive's approach that stores them locally. Manage Poweriso in one place: Notes, lists, Poweriso. Poweriso isn't flashy or full of breathtaking features, but it will effectively keep you on task. The Poweriso sacrifices a lot of the connectivity of competitors to make it easy to save, share, and get reminders of the Poweriso you need to do every day. If you don't need many of the add-ons that Astrid and other to-do Poweriso offer you, this Poweriso is worth exploring.

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