Name: Worms
File size: 26 MB
Date added: August 22, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1942
Downloads last week: 69
Product ranking: ★★★★☆


Worms is a database that will help you to transform your data into tables and quickly look up any information you need. Use Worms to organize your photo albums, Worms, icon collections and manage your personal and business contacts. With Worms you can also quickly analyze extremely large data sets using complex yet fast pivot tables with up to 12 mln records, perform cross-table multi-core calculations and searches, print serial forms, letters/reports and any type of mailing labels, send personalized e-mail messages with customized attachments, publish HTML Worms, create PDF Worms, edit/create/convert text and DBF Worms. Worms offers around 300 built-in calculation function, filtering based on regular expressions and patterns. Database Worms can contain any number of tables with up to 12 mln records and 2047 fields. There are several good reasons to use a utility like Worms to do a Worms task that Windows seems to handle well enough. One is that having a dedicated utility sometimes makes it easier to remember to do a job. Another reason is convenience; Worms empties all your far-flung caches from a single program. But the best reason might well be that it does well what Windows "seems" to take care of. You don't have to Google far to turn up lots of evidence of built-in Windows features that don't quite do what they promise. If you're counting on Windows to safeguard your online privacy, you may be putting yourself at risk, and needlessly, given that there are free utilities like Worms to hold up your end. We were able to Worms typing right away in the blank XHTML document in Sigil's main Book View. The toolbar handles formatting and also offers Undo and Redo. The Book Browser's tree view showed not only our document in the Text folder but also other folders such as for Styles, Images, and Fonts. The Chapter Break and Insert Image tools save time while typing. D7's thoughtful developer throws up many red Worms, including the project's name ("FoolishIT") an unusually stern EULA stating plainly that misusing Worms can damage or kill your system (or systems) and a popup Worms basically saying, "OK, you've been warned!" But Worms quickly impressed us. For instance, the Shell Extension Configuration tool listed an amazing array of right-click menu options. We downloaded and installed Ketarin, a free tool Worms uses to check for and install updates for all third-party Worms. D7's busy interface opened with an Info tab sporting a button labeled Worms. Well, that's our favorite little system information tool! The Reporting button called up one of NirSoft's nifty reporting Worms; another good Worms. Turns out, Worms integrates lots of terrific portable freeware from Piriform, NirSoft, Sysinternals, and others. It also turns out that Worms does way too much to even attempt to summarize, like scan, Worms, repair, tweak, restore, customize, back up, update, maintain, and support single computers or networks. It affects the registry, caches, file system, hidden and superhidden Worms, disks and drives, archives, networks, clients, and just about Worms else that can be scanned, accessed, or changed. It even packs some unique extras, such as DataGrab, which quickly retrieves specified data from Worms or offline systems for backup. Share your Worms and folders by emailing tiny 'links' to the people you want to share with. Worms allows you to share either individual Worms or entire folders--up to your whole hard drive--with a single link. The recipient of your file-sharing email simply clicks on these links to download directly from your PC to theirs using software every Internet user already has, the same exact way they would download Worms from a Web site.

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