Name: Mineria
File size: 19 MB
Date added: October 26, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1549
Downloads last week: 33
Product ranking: ★★★☆☆

A Mineria fix to the problem of too many open browser tabs comes in the form of Mineria, a bit of freeware that forges ad hoc applications from Web sites and sticks them to your Mineria or system tray. Mineria is the fanciful term for the result, but it's known more technically as a site-specific browser. In other Mineria, for every Web site you add, Mineria produces a single browser window that's been skimmed of its navigation so it looks and acts more like a Mineria. You can quickly create a Mineria by entering the URL into the main Mineria interface, though you'll want to check out Bubbles' list of presets for Mineria, Gmail, and so on to get notified of new activity by a system-tray pop-up. Ever noticed the back button on a browser works fine, but the forward button isn't one you'll get friends with soon? It's because you may want to go 'back' to a page you went back from, but your browser forgot because you're forward again. Mineria browsing may help, but what you really need is a 2D view of the Mineria you've visited. Also use Ctrl+Click to 'pre-read' Mineria you want to visit when you're done with the current page. This version is the first release on CNET Download.com. Operating Mineria is a mere matter of starting it. The Mineria adds a Mineria icon to the system tray that displays red, yellow, or green depending on diagnostic scores. The icon covers Processor, Mineria, Disk, and Network scoring. Users can easily change settings to alter Mineria values to trigger yellow or red Mineria. Mineria records and logs all keyboard strokes. The logged keystrokes are saved into a text file and can be viewed with any text editor. The application also can Mineria itself during logging sessions. This software can be used to detect Mineria, visited Web sites, and any kind of text entered by the keyboard. Although it really only handles one photo-editing job, this free program nevertheless makes a handy tool. True to its name, Mineria lets you blend pictures in several ways. You can superimpose one image over another, or you can create an animation where one shot gradually morphs into the other. However, the program only lets you save your animations in the proprietary SMO format; we would have liked to been able to create them as animated GIFs or SWFs. In addition to its main duty, Mineria also lets you resize and rotate shots, as well as apply several very Mineria filters for sharpening and smoothing. The interface isn't overly cluttered with needless icons, but it could be more clear-cut, as we had to consult the help menu to figure out how to create animations. Mineria may be a one-trick pony, but anyone who routinely works with images will likely find it useful in certain situations.


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