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  • January 23, 2013, 13:16 | Posted by Reginald1981

    this is a very decent program. is it a must have tool? no, but it's nice to have if you have lots of icons and like to keep your desktop clean without having to sort everything out all the time. would be a bit more reasonable but a couple bucks more isn't that much. there really are a ton of options here to play around with. i'm trying out version 4.0 btw.this is a shareware alternative to iconoid, which does a few of the same things but not to the same extreme. if you look around you can find a 64 bit version of iconoid ported by the author of the excellent must have tool x-mouse button control.
  • January 07, 2013, 00:48 | Posted by Cyril1979

    the royale theme is a nice improvment, but the installer is only for the tablet pcjust open with your favorite archiver and extract the msstyles file and wallpaper and the shellstyle.dll for regular xp
  • February 02, 2013, 02:15 | Posted by Conrad1970

    installer won't work in windows 7 (x64) (even with windows xp sp3 compatibility mode enabled).
  • April 16, 2013, 04:47 | Posted by Bartholomew1977

    11 votes, obviously mostly positive..and no reviews. seems legit :p
  • January 17, 2013, 14:24 | Posted by Nicholas1974

    i've been working with sr for a long time and i know that all other progs don't have any flexibility in comparison with sr. all renamers can add strings to names and change case of the letters and all renamers understand exif and id3 but what next? where is the flexibility to allow users work with custom tasks? can other software automatically sort out files to different folders? can other software have numerous independent counters for each subfolder of files to process them all at one click? can other software change the renaming algorithms "on the fly" by using contitionals right inside the renaming template? does other software allow users to connect plugins to futher extend renaming possibilities, for instance, read "description" metatag from html files? does other software allow users to write their own plugins to use specific algorithms that any existing program just cannot provide? can other software rename files right on ftp servers to save money on trafic/online time? and finally, does any developer provide friendly support, for example, create templates for you if you don't understand something? believe my own experience - with sophisticated rename you have it all, with other software you have only basics, and sooner of later there will come a moment when you understand it and will have to look for another program, a program like sophisticated rename.
  • November 04, 2012, 12:23 | Posted by Tod1982

    not sure how well it works because it froze and then crashed my system the very first time when i was only fooling around with the settings.i'll just stick with xnview which can do this and more
  • February 12, 2013, 03:56 | Posted by Barry1975

    it is still a very big download at 155 mb, not to mentions it's size after installation.i tend to favour ssuite office␙s free office suites. their software also don␙t need to run on java or .net, like so many open source office suites, so it makes their software very small and efficient. {37mb}
  • September 17, 2012, 18:35 | Posted by Raymond1979

    with a little bit of time and effort, monkey's audio lets you have "the best of both worlds" as far as quality, restorability, and ease-of-use is concerned (sorry, that should be the best of three worlds!). i like the fact that monkey's audio files sound great when played back from my desktop's soundcard into my home hi-fi (denon amplifier and speakers, the good quality of which i think speak for themselves). by keping back-up copies of monkey's audio ape files on a different hard drive (either as straight copies from one drive to another, or imaged with powerquest drive image), you can be certain of bit-for-bit quality restorations, should the drive with your original wavs fail.and monkey's audio is easy to use, follow the suggested routine for compressing your files (high and extra high are perfectly acceptable for those of you with audophile ears), and you won't go wrong.thanks to monkey's audio and media monkey (as my audio player) and some spare hard-drives, i'm in the process of re-ripping my cds and re-building my music library to replace all my 64-bit mp3s. some cds will have to be "begged", "borowed" or "stolen" again to do this, or else just left as 64-bit mp3s if ican't get hold of the originals cds again, but from now on, monkey's audio and media monkey will be" the way to go" as far as building up my music library is concerned.here's my suggested routine for using moneky's audio as a tool for archiving all your music, whilst enabling great quality playback with media monkey. i agree it is perhaps "overkill" given that i use three hard dtives, and keep copies of both wavs and ape files on them, but whenever was prevention never better than cure?hard drive 1/master music library. all cds are (will be) ripped onto here, and stored as wavs. i use a combination of cdex or media monkey to rip cds as wavs, but any other propriety programme which keeps wavs as 1440 will be fine. once the wavs have been copied to hard drive 2 and had the monkey'saudio treatment on hard drive 2, the original wavs are winzipped,and stay on hard drive 1. this hard drive is periodically "imaged" with poweerquest drive image onto hard drive 3, as a back-up which can be easily restored, should hard drive 1 ever fail.hard drive 2/music library processing. wavs from hard drive 1 are copied onto here (just straight copying of the files) and processed by monkey's audio. once processing/compression is complete, the wavs are deleted, and the ape files are the ones which will comprise my music library. copy the processed ape files onto another hard drive, so that you have them as backups to restore from, should hard drive 2 ever fail.hard drive 3/music library (media monkey as my music player). this is the drive on which all my ape music/ media monkey playlists will reside. if you ever need to create an audio disk for a friend and they can't play ape files, well just go back to hard drive 2 and uncompress the monkey's audio ape files back to wavs, and then use whatever mp3 programme you want to creat an mp3 disk or audio disk so that windows media player (for example) can play them with. hey presto! a routine that i'm finding works for me. hope this helps. for a free programme that some would say "does eaxctly what it says on the tin", i think you'd be hard-pressed to find anything else that offers so much in terms of security. no problems so far, and i think providing you keep your wits about you, and regular backup (straight copying to elsewhere or via an "imaging" programme), you should be able to enjoy your music for many years to come!
  • November 19, 2012, 04:14 | Posted by Reynold1980

    this is a great idea. to bad we can't play 32bit games, but no virtualization can't run 3d graphics. we're on the way to 64 bit and thats what matters.

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