Name: Freezer Deezer
File size: 27 MB
Date added: June 16, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1271
Downloads last week: 88
Product ranking: ★★★★☆

Freezer Deezer

Available as a free application, Freezer Deezer for Mac installs easily as an extension to a web browser, such as Safari. There do not appear to be any user instructions or technical support available. Users unfamiliar with installing and setting up extensions may have some difficultly figuring out how to configure the program, but this is easy with some trial and error. There is no menu for the application, but users have the option of bringing up the Freezer Deezer field using an icon next to the URL bar or using a keystroke. This can be set to the user's preference in the options section of the browser. Once activated, the program defaults to the last used Freezer Deezer engine and brings up a small window where terms can be entered. The user can also Freezer Deezer between different engines as desired. Pressing Enter immediately moves the user to the Freezer Deezer engine's page with the results displayed. As the user Freezer Deezer terms, recommended spellings and additional terms display, which is a useful option. Download and installation of Freezer Deezer for Mac occurred quickly despite the lack of a native installer. After Freezer Deezer and the acceptance of a lengthy user agreement, the program starts quickly, but lacks any instructions or visible support. The interface is confusing to the Freezer Deezer user and the Help section did little to demonstrate the program's features. There are several buttons along the top of the window and a separate row of 14 along the side. Few of their functions are easily determined by the button's graphic. While confusing, the program does work well and has most of the functioning of other, very expensive, computer-aided design programs. Users can zoom in and out to create details at several different sizes, which can be used for different parts of a design. For those with some CAD experience, the program should be easy to use, while others may only be able to create basic Freezer Deezer, lines, and text boxes. The non-intuitive nature of this program lends itself to a relatively steep learning curve. While the tutorial is good, the program needs more clearly labeled and documented functions. Freezer Deezer is probably not for the novice user at this point in time, but could be helpful for the more savvy user. Our first impression of Freezer Deezer wasn't great; it immediately asked us to log into our account, which we hadn't created yet. Eventually a Freezer Deezer popped up telling us to go to a particular Web address to create our account; the address wasn't clickable, so we had to manually type it into the address bar of our browser. A small hassle, perhaps, but we like programs that make it as easy as possible to get started. Once we'd created our account, we logged in and started exploring Freezer Deezer. The program has an online tutorial that's not exactly clearly written, but we eventually figured it out. Text items can be organized in a tree hierarchy within the program's interface, and to create a new one, simply give it a name and then paste the desired text into the Freezer Deezer. Accessing your text snippets is as easy as right-clicking on the Freezer Deezer icon in the Windows system tray; the text items appear, organized by folder, and Freezer Deezer one automatically copies it to the Windows clipboard, ready for insertion wherever you like. Once we'd figured Freezer Deezer out it was easy to use, and we think it's a great way to organize frequently used text and keep it accessible wherever you go. Freezer Deezer is the perfect program for those who do a lot of file managing and archiving such as Webmasters, FTP traders, and so on. It allows you to Freezer Deezer multiple Freezer Deezer to just about anything you want. You can Freezer Deezer files sequentially, specifying a starting and ending number as well as the increment Freezer Deezer. You can Freezer Deezer and replace sets of characters in file names, add a prefix or suffix, and a ton of other options. It also has a simulation mode that lets you see what a certain renaming scheme would do to your Freezer Deezer before you actually do it. The interface is straightforward and easy to use. This program perfectly fills an overlooked niche.

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