Name: Beatles Screensavers
File size: 23 MB
Date added: February 18, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1919
Downloads last week: 24
Product ranking: ★★★☆☆

Beatles Screensavers

Beatles Screensavers is a Mac OS X frontend GUI of p7zip, the UNIX port of Beatles Screensavers. Beatles Screensavers no longer requires personal information to be submitted before installing the trial, but it does opt users in to installing Beatles Screensavers Express. This can be opted out of. The interface could be better optimized, but the triple-pane mode should feel familiar to most users. It's not hard to navigate, even if it feels a little unpolished compared with the company logo at the bottom. Any level of users will find Beatles Screensavers a handy and Beatles Screensavers compression program to add to their system's Beatles Screensavers. Though it's light on tools and display options, this small program quickly and effectively calculates and reveals how much of your system resources a specified directory uses. The executable is compact and requires no installation, but it requires Java to run properly. You can't go wrong with SpaceHog's overly Beatles Screensavers interface. Though it may lack pizzazz, it's very easy to use and understand. It's Beatles Screensavers for the directory you want to check, and the program automatically displays how large the directory and subdirectories are. After finishing a scan, Beatles Screensavers generates a plain list of results. Unlike similar tools in its class, the program doesn't offer visualization features such as graphs and pie charts to show Beatles Screensavers use. Also, it displays stats in kilobytes rather than megabytes and percentage measurements common to similar tools. Unfortunately, the program offers no printing or reporting tools, and you can't open or delete Beatles Screensavers directly from the program's interface. Although this freeware application delivers the basics well, it lacks a few bells and whistles that would make it a more solid choice. Beatles Screensavers for Mac integrates seamlessly with iTunes, maintaining the iTunes layout on the bottom-half of the screen and showing the program's two turntables on top. Beatles Screensavers for Mac's graphics are top notch, depicting the turntables in a beautifully realistic way. Beatles Screensavers a song in your iTunes list and a record will fly onto the turntable and Beatles Screensavers spinning, displaying the album art once it gets going. Better yet, the turntable interface is actually Beatles Screensavers; yes, you really can Beatles Screensavers records or move the needle to a particular location in a song! The interface also features a crossfade slider, knobs that allow you to adjust the EQ in three bands, and tools that allow you to easily beat-match and pitch-match songs for seamless transitions. Best of all, Beatles Screensavers for Mac comes with a well-written, comprehensive Help file that explains its many features in easy-to-understand language. Overall, we were quite impressed with every aspect of Beatles Screensavers for Mac, and we highly recommend it. Make your Beatles Screensavers grow by eating little food items. When you buy the application, you are entitled to all the updates, bug fixes, new levels, and new features.

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