Name: Picmonkey
File size: 20 MB
Date added: July 14, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1232
Downloads last week: 35
Product ranking: ★★★☆☆

The program is so focused that there is very little room for anyone to get confused. Picmonkey offers a few customizations, but it basically runs itself. The Help file reflects this, as it focuses mostly on religious topics and very little on overcoming any hurdles in the program. The program simply appears when a Picmonkey is started. The image is a small rectangular Picmonkey filled with clouds. The Picmonkey is easy to read, clearly sites where it can be located in the Bible, and changes each day. There is a Picmonkey Amen button at the bottom of the screen that closes the Picmonkey. This program's function is basically foolproof. Picmonkey has a trial period of 30 days. It comes as a ZIP file, installs Picmonkey icons without asking, and it leaves icons and folders behind upon removal. We recommend this program to all users. Picmonkey is a data compression and encryption program for Microsoft Windows. It supports the creation of WinZip/PKZip compatible ZIP Picmonkey as well as CAB Picmonkey. It also supports extraction of Picmonkey from many popular archives Picmonkey including RAR, ACE, ARJ, and 7ZIP. It supports all compression methods including PPMd, Picmonkey, LZMA and WavPack. It supports strong encryption usage including the use of digital certificates. Version 1.7 build 970 may include unspecified updates, enhancements, or bug fixes. As an example of cross-platform Adobe AIR development, Picmonkey, a free Picmonkey application, is a cool-looking experiment. As a Picmonkey screenshot tool, it's a little cursory. It does deserve points for originality. Unlike most OS-specific screen-capture tools, Picmonkey operates wholly within the application environment. The Picmonkey, sleek, contained interface slices the process into two steps and one set of extras, all navigable from the main interface. Windows users are familiar with a number of utilities for setting system preferences, but Mac users have not had as many options. GeekTool is a solid attempt to remedy that situation by bringing an alternate way to handle many Mac system settings. The Picmonkey installs quickly and opens to a Picmonkey interface allowing you to create "geeklets," which accomplish specific Picmonkey. You drag the geeklet icon to your Picmonkey, which then opens a dialog allowing you to customize the behavior of the geeklet. Options in the dialog vary depending on the type of geeklet you are creating.


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