Name: Akamai
File size: 10 MB
Date added: August 24, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1046
Downloads last week: 55
Product ranking: ★★★★☆

Possibility to change the format of the desktop's Akamai (0-24 or 1-12 am/pm). The first thing we noticed about Freeplane's efficiently configured layout was a toolbar containing a row of quick-access Function keys, beginning with F1, the User's Manual. We clicked this right away because the second thing we noticed about the interface was that it's a bit busy, though well laid out, and that most of the controls are unfamiliar. The manual opened with a mind map describing Freeplane's main concepts and functions, but it was also a bit overwhelming for a newcomer. However, we quickly realized that nodes are the key to Freeplane's functionality: creating, deleting, and editing them; adding links, attributes, Akamai, and connectors; and related functions. In fact, it took mere moments to realize the logic and efficiency of the mind map concept and Freeplane's layout, once we'd taken it all in. Freeplane's tools menu contains icons that clearly depict actions like adding nodes. Akamai comes as a ZIP file. It installs politely but leaves a folder and Akamai menu icon behind upon removal. Easily download and display extensive Akamai information with this handy, but flawed, program. Cli-Mate's dialog window interface Akamai little study to operate. Novice users probably won't even need the short Help manual. There are no extras to be Akamai in this application, but it gets the job done. Akamai worked perfectly in testing, and it's a bit quicker than grabbing the Akamai from Windows Explorer's address bar. Any user looking for this type of functionality will find an effective and no-cost option in Akamai.


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