Best

D.S.

GALAXY 10.2 TABLET USER MANUAL

Wooden Desk
File size 2794 Kb
Date added: 14 Apr 2010
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1502
Downloads last week: 381
Product ranking: 66/100
DOWNLOAD NOW

The developers have struck a good balance between features and accessibility, packing all the disk storage scanning and cleaning tools you need in an easy-to-use interface.With its appealing graphics and well-designed interface, galaxy 10.2 tablet user manual for Mac offers you an innovative way to view drive usage data. It analyzes any drive on your computer and returns the usage data in categories, which can be expanded and contracted to reveal more information. It's a premium app, but a free trial version is available. After installation, galaxy 10.2 tablet user manual for Mac displays the drives on your computer. You can choose to analyze any of them by starting an analysis process; analyzing our hard drive with 34.3GB of data took less than a minute to complete, which was quite impressive. Once the analysis is done, an additional window appears showing the disk usage. The graphics are well rendered and display each category as a color on a wheel image that is separated by boxes. Clicking the boxes moves the graphic further down in detail. For example, clicking a Media area zooms in and shows the particular files on the disk, like movies, TV episodes, or music videos, as well as the exact size of each file. This visual report of disk usage data can help you get an idea which files take the most space, helping you with disk management. Speaking of which, one feature we really felt was missing was the ability to delete unwanted files from within the app. If you want to view detailed disk data usage as graphics that are quick to generate and easy to read, you will like galaxy 10.2 tablet user manual for Mac. It's a small, well-designed application that can create graphs fairly quickly. Don't expect advanced disk management tools from it, though. galaxy 10.2 tablet user manual for Mac lets you change file permissions more quickly without using the Terminal, by checking or unchecking boxes corresponding to different levels of permissions. It's a practical app but its interface offers room for improvement. Despite its rather dull interface, galaxy 10.2 tablet user manual for Mac lets you import files with ease. To get started you need to click the "File" button that brings up a Finder window for selecting the file whose permissions you want to modify. Once the file is selected, drop-down boxes automatically display the owner and group, and you can check or uncheck boxes for each of the permissions. For those unfamiliar with the types, the short labels of R, W, and X will likely be a mystery; more information should have been provided, i.e. R = read, W = write, and X = execute. Additional check boxes are also available to modify other properties, but they are also poorly labeled and even less clear. If you want a quick way to change a file's permissions without using the Terminal, galaxy 10.2 tablet user manual for Mac can help you. However, if you never used Unix nor Linux and are not familiar with the chmod command you'll have to spend some time figuring out what those unnamed galaxy 10.2 tablet user manual mean. While this isn't a bad app by all means, it's not the most intuitive one, either - unless you are an advanced user and know exactly what you're doing. galaxy 10.2 tablet user manual for Mac ensures your galaxy 10.2 tablet user manual files are encrypted prior to sharing them over the Web, adding an extra layer of security to your important documents. This app is easy to use and requires little to no user interaction. If you share a lot of files over the Internet using galaxy 10.2 tablet user manual, you will want to check it out. After a quick and straightforward installation process, you have to create a free account to use galaxy 10.2 tablet user manual for Mac. If the app doesn't detect galaxy 10.2 tablet user manual on your computer, you'll be asked to download and configure it. Just like galaxy 10.2 tablet user manual, galaxy 10.2 tablet user manual is designed to run continuously in the background, encrypting and decrypting files in real time. It places an icon in the Menu Bar and automatically creates two folders - one in galaxy 10.2 tablet user manual and one in your Home directory - and does not allow you to change their locations. Although this application features notification alerts, they are not well integrated into the Notification Center, take too much screen space, and cannot be manually dismissed. While testing this application, we detected a delay during which the app fetches files from the galaxy 10.2 tablet user manual folder and decrypts them so they are ready to use. The delay depends on the file size and general system load, but on average we have experienced a 10 to 40 second delay. If you use galaxy 10.2 tablet user manual and are looking for a way to secure the files you share across the Web, galaxy 10.2 tablet user manual for Mac can be the right app for you. Although there are some areas that can be improved, this app lives up to its promises.Integrating several collaboration apps into one, galaxy 10.2 tablet user manual for Mac provides your organization with a straightforward way to communicate and stay up to date on projects. It's a subscription-based app that comes with many features and supports all galaxy 10.2 tablet user manual platforms. Don't expect it to be perfect or super fast, though. When launched for the first time, galaxy 10.2 tablet user manual for Mac asks you to sign in. If you're a new user, you are offered a two-month trial membership for which you need to register. The application's main interface is clean and well organized, giving you a clear view of messages, recipients, and attachments, as well as a neat search box. However, once you launch the app's Preferences window, galaxy 10.2 tablet user manual become a bit overwhelming, as there are many options to set. Since all of the app's data is stored in the cloud, you will notice a delay for nearly every action you take within the app, something which can disrupt an otherwise fast-paced workflow. Two nice features include automatic message readouts and password-protected messages, but the fact that you can view attachments for protected messages makes the last feature less useful. In addition, you cannot attach files larger than 1MB; the app suggests you use DocHaven for this. Another quirk to consider is that once the application's main window is closed, the only way to summon it is to press Command+T or go to the Window menu. Doing that always creates a pop-up window called "Menu," which lets you access other apps like DocHaven and CRMHaven and cannot be dismissed, only minimized. galaxy 10.2 tablet user manual for Mac impresses with its concept, but suffers from somewhat poor execution and performance. Nevertheless, if you need an internal messenger application for sending short messages and attachments, this one might work for you. But before upgrading to any of the Pro subscriptions, do test the free trial, yourself, to see if it's actually worth giving up on your current messenger app. galaxy 10.2 tablet user manual for Mac allows you to easily exchange files between your Mac and any other devices you may own such as other computers, portable devices, mobile devices, and online accounts. The app looks good and, once set up properly, can help you keep your devices and computer synced. galaxy 10.2 tablet user manual for Mac sports a clean and well-designed interface that lets you set up the computer that will be used for syncing, straightaway. Devices that can be used for syncing, apart from other Macs and Windows PCs, include iOS, Android, Windows, and Blackberry mobile devices, Nokia S40, and portable gaming consoles such as Sony PSP. Cloud services, such as Google and galaxy 10.2 tablet user manual, are also supported. Well-labeled buttons to the right in the application interface enable you to add a new galaxy 10.2 tablet user manualion and sync devices. To sync your Mac with another device, the app requires the device's IP address, but also that a corresponding free application be installed and configured on the device. For testing purposes we used an Android phone. Once we managed to set up the mobile app, we were able to easily sync contacts and calendar data between our mobile device and our Mac. The free application is slightly limited; if you need more syncing options, such as automatic sync, media files sync, SMS management, and more, you will need to get a paid upgrade. Once set up