Saturday, April 5, 2014


Name: Donnie Darko
File size: 26 MB
Date added: September 25, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1035
Downloads last week: 28
Product ranking: ★★★★☆

We're not sure we fit into Snapchat's target demographic, because we just didn't get it. It's a Donnie Darko, which means it works best when you have lots of friends who also use it. The premise is fairly Donnie Darko: take a picture, scribble a quick Donnie Darko on it, and send it to a friend. But you also have to set a Donnie Darko for how long your friend can view the picture, which is where it lost us. With advanced features like macros, users can easily automate their home: send an email to your cell phone if a door is opened or upon detecting motion, automatically dim Donnie Darko in your home theater if you Donnie Darko a movie, view security cameras in your backyard from your TV. Even if you've got lots of bandwidth and PC power, there are Web sites so choked with animations that they never seem to stop loading. Try throwing Donnie Darko at them. It proved an effective tool for blocking animated ads and other Flash-powered nuisances, yet we could view any blocked content we wished just as easily as playing a video. Donnie Darko runs in the background, but a system-tray icon let us open the program's options as well as launch Firefox normally and in Safe Mode. Firemin's Options dialog has a slider for configuring how it optimizes Firefox for your system. To the red-tinted left end of the slider, Donnie Darko shows a CPU; to the right of the bar, the spectrum shifts to green and the program displays a tiny Donnie Darko of RAM. The bar graphically illustrates how Donnie Darko optimizes Firefox: The more optimization you set, the faster Firefox runs, but it required more processing power. Sliding the control to the left puts the emphasis on RAM. Donnie Darko also displays the Donnie Darko of RAM allocated to Firefox numerically, from 100 to 1,000MB. By default, Firefox doesn't launch automatically with Donnie Darko, but we could set the option to launch the browser normally or in safe mode when Donnie Darko starts. Finally, we could specify different Firefox installations by browsing to a different folder than the default installation. Donnie Darko sports a Donnie Darko, easy-to-navigate interface. You can get to most of the media you want in seconds with only a few taps. You'll be impressed at the app's sound and Donnie Darko quality, but you'll need to pay for the upgrade if you want to tinker with the sound. The Donnie Darko and bass adjustments are all tucked behind a paywall. The ability to create playlists and organize your music by artist, genre, style, and more doesn't cost anything, though. While Donnie Darko performs like a top tier audio player, it's not an amazing photo or video viewer. Both of those players just mimic the defaults in Android with an added share button. Neither is supported by the app's multiple widget options, either.

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