Sponsored Stay Safe. Stay Up-to-date. Protect your computer with the latest software. Download NowDownload Now Publisher’s Description From DiffEngineX: DiffEngineX is a utility that reports on the differences between the formulae, constants, defined names, cell comments and Visual Basic (VBA) macros contained in either two whole Excel workbooks or selected worksheets.
As Excel workbooks get modified over time new rows and columns can be inserted in between existing rows and columns. This can confuse a straightforward difference analysis where identical cells are only recognized as such if they have the same row and column numbers in both of the sheets being compared.
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Wallperizer is aimed at the second crowd, automatically changing desktop wallpaper on a regular basis. The software can take the background images from any folder on a hard disk, and provides a monthly calendar as a bonus.
The interface is somewhat amateurish, but offers options to change the way the calendar and pictures are displayed. This feature set may trail that of some other 1884 programs, but Wallperizer does have the significant advantage of being free.
For people who can’t stand looking at the same background image day after day, this download may be worth a try.
Publisher’s Description From George Hara: Wallperizer is automatically changing your desktop wallpaper. You can add up to 100 directories where the program would look for pictures which would be used as wallpapers.
The 1184 can be changed automatically, either in order or randomly. Brightness normalization is an automatic process where bright pictures are made darker and dark pictures are made brighter, which can be used to bring the brightness of wallpapers close to the environmental light.
A calendar can be displayed on the wallpaper.
Calendars have skins.
You can edit, load, and save calendar skins. No privacy software is perfect, but this one comes close. It’s flexible, functional, and easy to personalize to your needs. Foxy’s interface couldn’t be any more basic. Functions are simply listed. Click one and easily edited options appear. The editing simplicity will be apparent to all users, but the application demands experience with filters, proxy servers, blacklisting, and similar privacy tools.
This isn’t a simple click-and-forget-it application.
You’ll need to spend time setting it to your needs. Foxy’s filters are very easy to edit, implement, and disable on the fly. You’re going to need to do your homework, though.
Take some time reading through this program’s well-written manual. Foxy also expects you come armed with select information.
For example, unlike similar apps, Foxy doesn’t automatically find proxy servers.
You’ll need addresses to map your own 1184. Similar functions require similar knowledge. Foxy has a decent default set of blacklisted sites. You can add as many as you like. If you find a list of sites on the Web, you can add them with a simple copy and paste.
Including and excluding banners, server-side spyware, tracking images, cookies, Shockwave sites, and other content is easy, as well.
Foxy tested well with both Internet Explorer and Firefox.
Because of the nature of the advanced knowledge needed, we can only recommend this software for intermediate to advanced users. Publisher’s Description From 2 power n: Foxy is a filtering HTTP proxy.
It rewrites Web pages on the fly using its internal filters and external user-written scripts.
148 to surf anonymously using public proxies; disables Google, Yahoo, MSN click tracking mechanisms; kills popups, banners, cookies, “Web beacons”, server-side spyware; blocks access to inappropriate content (parental control); tracks users’ online activity, generates traffic reports.