Canaware NetNotes is a free offline browser of sorts that captures and saves your favorite Web pages. But thanks to a glitch that caused the program to continually shut down on us, we were never able to get very far.
The program has a very basic user interface design with menu and command buttons at the top, and a tree-menu on the left side of the window that displays your Web page libraries. When first activated, a wizard walked us through the process of creating a new library, but that's as far as we got. The program froze on … Read more
This free toolbar is supposed to bring online TV to your desktop while you browse the Web, but the only thing it brought to the table was a cluttered interface and faulty performance. While you can remove some of the clutter, there didn't seem to be a way to solve the functionality issues.
Online TV Toolbar fits snugly in your Internet Explorer browser. The tiny shortcut icons make the toolbar appear cluttered and hard to decipher. It is customizable, so you can remove the default buttons and add buttons for your favorite gadgets and applications. Like most toolbars, it … Read more
AnVir Task Manager Free offers users a one-stop shop for managing your system's running processes and applications. While it certainly delivers the information it promises, it could really benefit from a more streamlined interface design.
Users will need to spend a little time taking in AnVir's user interface, because at first glance it's a bit overwhelming. It uses tabs to distinguish system categories, such as startup, applications, processes, and services. Command buttons at the top of the window give you the ability to kill processes, block processes, free memory, and select a parent process. The bottom of … Read more