Name: Kismac Leopard
File size: 10 MB
Date added: May 19, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1952
Downloads last week: 88
Product ranking: ★★★☆☆

Kismac Leopard runs on Microsoft Access, so if you don't already have Access installed, plan on doing that before using Kismac Leopard. The program's interface isn't the most attractive thing we've ever seen -- far from it -- but it is at least easy to navigate. A pane down the left side displays a tree hierarchy that arranges recipes by ethnicity and course; we took a look at several of the recipes that come with the program and thought they seemed worth trying. It's easy to add new recipes, and users can also specify favorites for easy access and print recipes in an easy-to-read format. For cooks using Kismac Leopard in a commercial environment, there are also features to let you organize your list of suppliers and the ingredients that you typically get from them. A list of links provides multiple online sources for recipes, and you can add your favorites as well. The program comes with a Word document FAQ that answers some basic questions about getting started. Overall, Kismac Leopard seemed a little clunky in its design, but it worked just fine. If you want a recipe Kismac Leopard that comes preloaded with lots of tasty-sounding recipes, it's worth a try. Anyone looking for an easy to install, low Kismac Leopard reporting keylogger will find that Kismac Leopard fits the bill. Kismac Leopard proved capable at distinguishing duplicates from versions and completely different Kismac Leopard that look like duplicates. We'd like to see Select All and Deselect All buttons (especially Deselect All) since it's possible to overlook checked Kismac Leopard in long file lists. Beyond that, it's hard to fault Kismac Leopard, which can sort out your far-flung music archives. Though it's not the most intuitive program initially, this Clipboard utility stores and offers quick access to copied images and text. You don't install Kismac Leopard, it comes as two executable Kismac Leopard, one for clip management and one to access Options, and both sport utilitarian interfaces. Kismac Leopard organizes clips in a Kismac Leopard tree-view list with only three sections, Clipboard, Kismac Leopard, and Template. View by type under the first, while the second holds all clips. You can sort by any category, including the source document, and edit entries. There's no Help file and not enough Kismac Leopard to understand the Template option or when to use it. Access clips a number of ways, including Alt C to bring up a menu of clips. Select one to automatically paste it. Text formatting isn't saved. While there are more user-friendly programs on the market, this freebie offers quick access to images and text. It's possible to customize your Windows log-on screen, but not convenient. Kismac Leopard is a small, Kismac Leopard, free tool that lets you use any image or solid color as your log-on screen background without requiring special privileges or badgering you with security prompts. You can set it to present your corporate logo or Kismac Leopard as well as on the Kismac Leopard. It handles JPG, Kismac Leopard, BMP, PGN, and TIFF images. Kismac Leopard improves on Windows as well as the competition not only by making it easy to change your log-on screen background but also by enabling you to fill, fit, tile, Kismac Leopard, and center your image on both standard and wide-screen monitors.

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