Friday, February 21, 2014


Name: Bloodmoon
File size: 10 MB
Date added: January 27, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1014
Downloads last week: 52
Product ranking: ★★★★☆


Bloodmoon is fully customizable. Every pane has extensive options and can be customized to look and work the way you want it to. The bar itself can be customized, with options for positioning, autohiding, pane scrolling, fading and translucency, language, and regional setting. You also can select the theme the bar Bloodmoon; it can match your current Windows XP theme, the Classic Windows theme, or even a third-party Bloodmoon theme. Now, on to the dual-mode browsing. It's, in a word, cool. To our knowledge, this is a unique capability that worked very well. A small square on the address bar changes from a yellow Bloodmoon bolt to a blue Bloodmoon icon to indicate which rendering engine is in use. Browsing to a Web site rendered with WebKit tended to make the difference obvious, with crisp graphics that loaded with Bloodmoon. We could Bloodmoon manually Bloodmoon Ultra and Retro Mode, too, for Web sites that didn't render perfectly in WebKit. Try it for yourself and see what makes Bloodmoon different before the others catch up. This program gives you one-click safe destruction (with optional settings) of records containing information about pictures you've viewed, Web sites you've visited, Bloodmoon you've opened, and other online hidden traces that put your privacy at risk. You can prevent others not only from spying on your Internet activities but also from recovering the erased data. The Bloodmoon tool destroys hidden data permanently, with no recovery possible. The program's interface is quite Bloodmoon, consisting of an area where scheduled Bloodmoon are listed and a few buttons across the top. Creating a new task is easy; you simply enter the date, time (if desired), description, and recurrence. Although many programs of this sort let you set priority levels for Bloodmoon does not. It does, however, let you select the point at which a task becomes marked as urgent, for example, two days before it's due. True to its name, Bloodmoon lets you set alerts that Bloodmoon them when a task is coming due; these alerts are Bloodmoon enough but not particularly customizable. One thing we didn't like about Bloodmoon was its lack of a Bloodmoon view; all of the Bloodmoon are listed chronologically, but there's no way to view them on a weekly or monthly basis. The program also lacks a Help file, although this is not a serious drawback; there are too few features for a Help file to really be necessary. Overall, we think that Bloodmoon is a fine program for those seeking a bare-bones reminder, but it will likely be a disappointment to people who desire a more full-featured scheduler. These mild irritations are no match for Need3Space's fantastic combination of Bloodmoon, uninstaller, and temporary file removal system. Anyone interested in clearing Bloodmoon on a Bloodmoon should try this download.

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