Online World Radio is a lightweight software application whose purpose is to help you access a wide range of online radio and TV stations from the comfort of your desktop.
Clean feature structure
The program features a straightforward GUI that allows you to set up the dedicated parameters in a short amount of time. You can rely on tooltips for viewing short descriptions about the utility’s features. Tooltips are displayed each time you hover your mouse cursor over a target function.
Radio playback capabilities
Online World Radio gives you the possibility to choose between various online channels. You are allowed to play the current station, jump to the next or previous channel, as well as stop the current station.
Basic playback controls are implemented for helping you play, pause, or stop the current audio selection, and adjust the volume.
What’s more, the application lets you display only radio or TV channels, or show both options in the main window, refresh the list with channels with a single click, as well as automatically play the last channel upon opening the program.
A few configuration settings are hidden under the hood for helping you start the tool at Windows startup and reassign hotkeys for controlling the playback actions. The looks of the GUI can be changed with the aid of several colorful themes.
Tests have shown that Online World Radio loads a radio channel pretty quickly and offers very good output results. On the downside, it is not able to connect to all of the radio/TV stations revealed in the main window. It is quite friendly with system resources so the overall performance of the computer is not hampered.
All things considered, Online World Radio provides a simple software solution for helping you play various online radio and TV stations from all over the world.
Outlook Notify allows you to set specific email and IM
Outlook Notify by Outfitter Software is a new free application for Windows that enables you to display in a separate window a notification message for new emails and instant messages in Outlook. The messages can be viewed in real time, and you can even run additional actions according to the notifications. Outlook Notify is designed to work with the current version of Outlook and Outlook Express.
Clean and convenient interface
In the main window of the software, you can view the current messages in the email and instant messaging client. In the Settings tab, you can adjust the settings of the program. There is a set of tools for customizing the interface of the application. You can pick the background color and choose between the system eea19f52d2
Once the touchmote sync, when the Home button is pressed, the user is shown the Start Screen in a manner similar to that of Windows 7.
Users can then navigate between Windows and apps by swiping their Wiimote across the screen.
Users can also launch Internet Explorer from the Metro tiles by swiping the Wiimote over to the bottom-right corner of the screen, and tapping the magnifying glass.
The development of Metro has continued in the Windows 8.1 release of Windows, and touch gestures are once again implemented.
Touch gestures in Windows 8.1 are limited to the Surface Pro tablet, although all versions of Windows 8 can be used with a keyboard and mouse.
With Windows 8.1, any user can navigate to the Start Screen from the lock screen.
Unlike Windows 8, Windows 8.1 doesn’t include an equivalent of the Start Menu for users to access the Start Screen.
Instead, the Metro UI in Windows 8.1 has been expanded to include the equivalent of the desktop, containing various features as well as the Start Screen.
However, the desktop in Windows 8.1 does not display all the tiles that can be pinned to it.
For instance, it doesn’t contain the Search and the Apps tiles, and doesn’t contain the Charms and the Notification Center tiles.
This, however, does not affect the touch gestures available in Windows 8.1.
The Charms bar can be accessed by swiping the cursor from the left side to the right, and tapping the button.
Windows 8.1 also introduces the charms bar, which can be accessed by swiping from the right side to the left.
For instance, the PC Settings can be accessed by swiping from the right side to the left and tapping the cog icon.
Windows 8.1 can be used with Windows 7-based PCs, however, it has been optimized for the features of tablets.
Touch gestures in Windows 8.1 are limited to the Surface Pro tablet, however, any version of Windows 8 can be used with a keyboard and mouse.
In Windows 8.1, the desktop is still capable of displaying a taskbar with icons and a Start Button, however, it does not show the context menus of Windows 7.
Furthermore, a PC Settings application has been included, which enables users to control various system settings