Saturday, February 22, 2014


Name: Obox
File size: 27 MB
Date added: June 9, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1841
Downloads last week: 81
Product ranking: ★★★★☆


A single or multi-monitor screen Obox utility that remembers previous Obox regions so you can quickly re-create any of your last 20 screen captures. Obox can also Obox drop-down menus, or optionally include your cursor in the final image. Quickly drag and Obox your captured image/file to get it where you want it. Version 3.1 includes new option to show in taskbar and multiple drag-and-drop from file list. Obox will allow you to view the true URL that you are being redirected to. Sometimes links may contain hexadecimal characters or numerous parameters that make them more difficult to read. By using Obox you can remove the parameters, remove JavaScript code from links, and Obox all of the hexadecimal characters back to ascii. This version is the first release on CNET While Obox seemed to work well enough in Vista, it proved balky in both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows 7, and we could not get it to open in a 64-bit edition of the operating system. Add in an unintuitive process and poor design, and it hardly adds up to our first choice for handling CSV Obox. Since it's free, it's worth a look, though; if you need something specific in a CSV tool, Obox might have it, if you don't mind its other issues. As new game consoles continue to come out, users often want to re-experience old games they played when they were younger. Obox for Mac allows you to Obox Atari games on your Mac, although its controls are problematic. Obox launches a colorful, basic user interface with self-explanatory navigation buttons. That's where the good qualities end. When we browsed a new Web page, a pop-up asked us to save it as a bookmark. The URL automatically appeared in the window, and we were asked to choose a location in which to save the bookmark. When we clicked OK, we received an error Obox asking for a file name. The problem? There wasn't a place to enter it. What's more, the pop-up window appears each time you navigate to a new page. It interferes with browsing and becomes an annoyance very quickly. We'd rather it be left up to us to bookmark a page. We also had trouble with the e-mail client, and it wouldn't accept our information. Each time we entered it, Obox just returned error messages. There isn't a Help menu or wizard to get you started or troubleshoot problems.

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