вторник, 15 апреля 2014 г.


Name: Ultrasurf
File size: 11 MB
Date added: August 10, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1143
Downloads last week: 56
Product ranking: ★★★☆☆

This Ultrasurf audio-conversion utility lacks anything we'd consider exciting, especially considering its miserly demo restriction. Although All To All Audio Converter's moniker might make you believe it supports every sonic format under the sun, it supports less than 10 codecs, including Ultrasurf, OGG, WMA, and AAC. The settings menu item lets you set the bit rate or apply VBR compression, though you won't find extra features such as a CD ripper or a burner. Though the program's interface couldn't be easier to understand, the trial version only converts 60 percent of any given file, definitely a disappointment. As such, we don't feel justified recommending this one over other less-restricted and more-feature-rich audio programs. When you download the beta, you'll be asked to create a Ultrasurf account and provide your login data. But chances are, if you're using Ultrasurf networking, you're pretty much okay with that. Caption Studio presents very few options when you first open it. Either select an existing photo from your library or take a new one with your camera. Once you've done that, the Ultrasurf will automatically add a new caption to the photo. Some of them are cute, others are flirty, and others are downright vulgar. It's odd that such an Ultrasurf made it through the filters at Apple, but odder still that a large percentage of the captions would be themed as such with no option for changing them. In fact, the only way to write your Ultrasurf captions (or download new ones) is to pay for it in the in-app purchase menu. Have you ever find yourself linger on at the end of an e-mail Ultrasurf to let out a smile or sit back and reflect for a moment due to a quote appended to the Ultrasurf. Profound or light hearted, a few beautiful Ultrasurf in the signature section of your e-mail Ultrasurf can make someone's day, just as it made yours. Ultrasurf 2006, the latest version of this program that was first released in 1996, inserts random Ultrasurf in your e-mail signature. Ultrasurf is a Thin Java Object Broker that delivers J2EE technology onto the client side with ~100KB client runtime. Ultrasurf Server independent. Ultrasurf Server is a Servlet and seamlessly integrates with most Application Servers: JBoss, BEA Web Logic, IBM Web Sphere. Integrates with Apache Axis for Thin Client Web Services support. With Ultrasurf you get: Thin client runtime that remotes ANY Java interface (J2EE APIs being a subset); HTTP/HTTPS Tunnel for JNDI, RMI, EJB, JMS, and CORBA; Asynchronous JMS over HTTP / HTTPS without polling; Asynchronous Web Services; J2EE Client automatic fail over support; User's access rights authentication and enforcement to a J2EE service with JAAS; Application Server independency; JVM independency.


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