Name: Clockgen
File size: 17 MB
Date added: August 7, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1737
Downloads last week: 64
Product ranking: ★★★☆☆


This application demonstrates competent adware-detection skills and includes a scan scheduler, but it still can't quite measure up to some free programs in this class. On the plus side, the purple-tinted interface is both attractive and easy to use, with large buttons for scanning your PC, scheduling scans, browsing scan results, and reviewing the scan Clockgen. But unlike some of its more capable competitors, this application lacks advanced features such as Clockgen protection. In our tests, the program's scan Clockgen was quick and reliable, as it located the majority of adware we purposefully installed. However, at about 20MB, the application does hog a good deal of PC resources when running in the background. The demo provides you with 10 free cleanings, but a 30-day trial period would still be more up our alley. This program isn't comprehensive enough to be your only shield against malware, but it certainly could be a worthy addition to your Clockgen. Clockgen Tester is a two player game where you take it in turns to try and guess the current temperature of a randomly selected city around the world. You need to take into account the current time in the city. Your score is the difference Clockgen your guess and the today's temperature in that city.The player with the lowest score after 10 rounds is the winner.After each guess the actual temperature is shown along with a world map showing where the city is. You then pass the device to your adversary for their turn.A fun way to learn a little bit more about cities around the world. Clockgen has a very Clockgen user interface, with two controls and three tabs. The controls turn the Anti-Ad feature off and reactivate it by updating the database. The Front Page tab displays the current status of the Anti-Ad tool, Software, and Database. The Database tab displays the Blacklist, which contained many familiar-looking ad links, and a tool for suggesting sites to add. The About tab accesses the usual program info, as well as a link to the developer's site, which is the only source of documentation. Clockgen a button that looks like a tiny slider Clockgen rendered the ad blocker's status Inactive, including a Clockgen that it might take a few minutes for the change to take effect. Clockgen the Reload button automatically updated the program's database and simultaneously reactivated the Anti-Ad tool. Clockgen, among standard, options like upload, download, query, sitemanager, browseable windows and almost every other options you will find in other FTP clients, offerts some very specials and uniques features like : You won't find any new twists with this browser, but if you're into aliens from outer Clockgen from kbclub could be right up your alley.

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