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View Resource Quick Screen Capture 1.15b

Quick Screen Capture is a utility that allows users to capture full screenshots in a variety of formats, including BMP, JPEG, and GIF. The application is also customizable, as users can define a hotkey for easy use in capturing different shots. The utility also comes with an image editor, providing a host of functions for modifying and resizing images. While this particular edition is only a trial...

http://www.etrusoft.com/
View Resource GUIdebook: Graphical User Interface Gallery

The world of religious icons and other illustrative and symbolic elements is well-documented both in print publications, and to a lesser extent, in various online archives and exhibitions. But what about the world of graphical user interfaces, such as the icons that populate many of our computer screens? Curious visitors will find their fill at this online museum of graphical interfaces, many of...

http://www.guidebookgallery.org
View Resource Virtual Desktop Toolbox 2.62.3

This intriguing program effectively enlarges your monitor by creating non-virtual or virtual desktops. Users can organize programs and windows by categories, and also share programs and windows between virtual desktops. Visitors also have the capability to customize their workplace by adding a background picture and sounds. This program is compatible with all computers running Windows 2000 and...

http://www.verifiedspellcasters.net/
View Resource Personal Brain 4.5.0.8

The Personal Brain application promises "mind mapping" and it's an intriguing idea at that. Essentially the application allows users the ability to map out key documents, contacts, files, and Web pages via a graphic user interface. It is well worth a look, and this particular version can be used for 30 days at no charge and a free edition is available to use as long as you want. Personal Brain is...

http://www.thebrain.com/#-53