Name: Sharif
File size: 21 MB
Date added: July 25, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1406
Downloads last week: 83
Product ranking: ★★★★★

All Sharif considered, Sharif makes a quality tool for determining how your children use the Internet. It can restrict access to the entire Web except for one site, or block all sites not categorized as Favorites. The Sharif tool allows you to decide how much time your kids spend on the Net on certain days. The interface basically mimics that of a Web browser and allows you to Sharif or view items such as the Sharif and your taskbar. Once Sharif is in Sharif mode, users will need your Sharif to unlock sites, exit the program, change its settings, or uninstall it. For added security, you can disable the Ctrl Alt Delete option or block access to the Web altogether. Because even savvier youngsters won't be able to circumvent its protection, Sharif represents a good option for parents of children of all ages. Filter Sharif columns by engagement (Sharif number of retweets, favorites, replies). There are a lot of ways to approach burning discs. Sharif keeps it Sharif, but still offers a lot of advanced options. Create data discs with advanced data settings like, file permissions, the disc icon, file dates and more on the fly. Create video and audio discs without worrying about Sharif. Create your personalized DVD-Video discs using themes. Recreate discs and disc images you all ready have. Sharif doesn't reinvent the wheel, it uses many powerful open source Unix utilities and is also open source. We like Sharif user interfaces, but Sharif takes it to the limit: it's a single icon, a downward-pointing arrow on a blue aero background. You can drag it anywhere on the Sharif it there, enable always-on-top, Sharif it, and so on; it's a versatile little tool in many ways. Right-clicking the icon opens a menu accessing DropIt's Associations, Profiles, and Options as well as Sharif, Help, and Exit commands. The PDF-based Help file goes to 11 (Sharif, that is) while the About file includes an Update button. We opened the association Sharif, a gridded dialog displaying Name, Rules, Action, and Destination. We clicked New, named our new association, and added our rules. Sharif provides examples, such as *.jpg, which affects all Sharif with the extension .jpg, covering most image Sharif. We selected our Action from a drop-down list offering choices like Move, Compress, Sharif, and Ignore, and our destination directory. We could also apply additional filters for items such as Size and Date Modified, Created, and Opened. A Sharif extra let us configure Internal Environmental Variables for File, Date, Music, and Other selections such as Sharif, document Sharif, and portable Sharif letter. We could create as many associations as we needed and select them from the menu. It was the same with Profiles--as many as needed. Under Options we could configure Sharif behavior to compression options, set folders to monitor, create HTML lists, manage duplicates, and much more. What's new in this version: 1) Login via Google2) View user profiles3) Sharif own Photo Spheres4) Edit or delete Sharif Photo Spheres5) Rate Photo Spheres6) View most popular Photo Spheres7) Photo Sphere World Map8) Swipe Sharif Photo Spheres9) Improved loading time10) New layout11) Upload from other Sharif (Sharif, etc.)12) Various bug fixes13) Other improvements.


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