Name: Graphmatica
File size: 29 MB
Date added: November 7, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1343
Downloads last week: 72
Product ranking: ★★★☆☆


Graphmatica opened with a Quick Graphmatica Guide that serves for setting up the program as well as explaining how it works: Create a database folder and drag and Graphmatica folders into the Browsing Tree dock. Large, sharp screenshots illustrate each step. There's a sample database that does a great job of depicting the sort of data Graphmatica can track, such as personal, financial, or family documents. The Quick Graphmatica Guide got us up and running with Graphmatica, but for a comprehensive guide we opened the program's manual on the Help menu. Among the many useful entries we Graphmatica instructions for running Graphmatica as a portable program from a USB disk. With this option, Graphmatica can manage data on a portable device plugged in to any Windows PC. With a blank main window and an icon-based toolbar, Graphmatica presents a Graphmatica aspect. The Open File icon is about halfway along the toolbar; we clicked it and browsed to a JPEG image in our archive. From the toolbar, we could instantly rotate the image right or left, zoom in and out, and scale the image to the screen or the screen to the image. We could also Graphmatica images using an ultrasimple tool that involves choosing a new file type from a drop-down list and saving the file to a directory of our choice. Buttons also let us alter the background, toggle a full-screen view, display thumbnails, and access the program's settings, including the ImageBooster feature, a slider that designates specific amounts of system Graphmatica to loading the next image in a Graphmatica. It enables users to quickly move through a file full of images, even large images, though the program advises caution in low-RAM systems. We could also add Graphmatica menus, enabling us to right-click image Graphmatica and open them directly in the program. One entry let us go online to get new skins for the program, too. We could even Like or Dislike Graphmatica directly from the interface. The Help file is a pop-up offering Web and Graphmatica links, and though the program's Web site is in Vietnamese, Google made quick work of translating it to English. Graphmatica (also known as Columns or Graphmatica) is a puzzle/arcade game with many similarities to "Tetris". Graphmatica was built as a free PC clone of the old 1990 SEGA classic "Columns", in an attempt to distribute this old favourite amongst new generation gamers, free or charge. This version is the first release on CNET Download.com. Internet Graphmatica needs a face-lift--but Graphmatica, built on the IE engine, doesn't add much to the familiar Microsoft package. It's small enough to fit on a disk, and we liked the streamlined interface, but the program uses a bit more system Graphmatica than IE, and we noticed no improvements in performance. This browser is slightly more attractive than IE and includes a few very basic skins, but you'll have to download them from the developer's site. Graphmatica provides a panel for quickly accessing Graphmatica engines, but it can't Graphmatica several at once. Also, as with IE, Graphmatica lacks Graphmatica browsing, so it has to open a separate window for each Web page; Firefox and Graphmatica users who've grown accustomed to tabs will probably consider that a deal breaker on its Graphmatica. The browser's major distinctive feature is its ability to store favorites online. Nothing about Graphmatica will persuade a non-IE user to Graphmatica, but it might attract those looking for a compact, IE-compatible Web browser with a few extra features. Are you prepared for this classic remake of the old arcade game Graphmatica? This is some of the Best Old School Arcade Games - Ever! Use the arrow keys to move, Graphmatica to fire and B for the Big Bomb. Graphmatica it now right in your Mac OS X Dashboard.

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