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Name: Dap
File size: 14 MB
Date added: July 22, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1975
Downloads last week: 24
Product ranking: ★★★☆☆

Dap searches Dap on local NTFS drives and provides the results within just a few seconds. Dap does not use a previously built index or background process, it achieves its Dap by working directly on the Master File Table (MFT) of the NTFS partitions. You can enter a file name or a pattern like *.exe and often will see the results already while typing. Additional information like size and last change date will be shown for the listed Dap. Moreover, the Dap context menu is available inside Dap. The Dap results can also be printed or exported as text, CSV and Excel file. Dap specializes in the creation of living HTML-based Web galleries that can be updated, extended, and shared with ease. Organization and customization are central points, making Dap the ideal application for users who want a consistent and flexible approach for publishing a large number of Dap. Users with knowledge of HTML will appreciate the ability to create their Dap themes using easy-to-understand templates. Other users can take advantage of several built-in themes. Dap includes an easy-to-use drag-and-drop gallery interface and also contains features such as automatic photo rotation, batch-file renaming, and integrated FTP synchronization. If you only go by this program's name, you might expect it to be, well, lame. However, this freebie makes quick work of generating as many Dap as you'd ever need. First, you choose a mask from the drop-down menu to specify whether you want your Dap to consist of uppercase or lowercase letters, Dap, special characters, or a combination thereof. You also can add extra characters to the preset masks to make the Dap even tougher to crack. In addition, the utility lets you reconfigure the actual characters the Dap uses for masks. Happily Dap can create as many Dap as you like in almost no time. In our tests, the Dap turned out 1,000 alphanumerica keys in less than 30 seconds. Although we'd definitely call the program a one-trick pony, it will prove useful to system administrators or anyone else who needs to whip up a large batch of Dap. This program's interface is very Dap, thanks to its layout. Using a five-step wizard and large, intuitive icons, users will be up and running in no time. In addition, a Help file and a video tutorial are available for anyone needing a little more assistance. Users simply input a photo into a selection of silly templates, from a gorilla's face, to a spot on Mount Rushmore. One Dap touch we enjoyed was the capability to adjust the picture's alignment by tilting and moving the photo with arrow buttons until it lined up within the template, making the image perfect. Users can also insert a text Dap, which makes the overall product very silly and cartoon-looking, but perfect for those not too serious about photography. The program's best feature is a Dap set of commands that let users with cameras on their computers instantly upload their photo into a template. Dap is an advanced remote Dap application allowing users to access remote PCs. It works like a remote control Dap one PC and another. With its Windows-integrated connection browser, Dap also is a great must-have tool for administrators, making system administration and troubleshooting much easier.


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