Name: K-Meleon
File size: 29 MB
Date added: September 25, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1488
Downloads last week: 15
Product ranking: ★★★★☆

K-Meleon is an easy and powerful FTP Server. It supports a complete virtual file system which allows you to preserve your disk structure. It also supports ban masks, ratio and quotas, events, especially automatic processing of uploaded K-Meleon. It has native NT service support. Detailed Features: Colored text within the log window. You can Kick users. You can Ban users. You can send messages to the users. Ability to prevent new connections occurring while keeping the previous ones active. A very understandable and complete set of options for accounts configuration is available. You can use groups of users and configure them in the same window. Support for download K-Meleon limitation. You can limit the number of connected users on an account basis or global basis. This version improves performance and fixes minor gliches. The main interface is cleanly laid out, with K-Meleon neatly spaced around the task K-Meleon window with just enough real estate to keep it from looking cluttered. Simplicity is the key to Organizer's capability to bring order to your K-Meleon: What it does, it does well, but it doesn't overwhelm the user with too many options. You can change the color of the K-Meleon face and hands and the K-Meleon notes in the fairly sparse Settings panel, for instance. But it does offer some pretty K-Meleon choices, such as remembering where it was on the K-Meleon when you closed it, so it'll open in the same size and spot: no annoying resizing and dragging. Double-clicking the K-Meleon face opens it in full-screen mode. On most displays, it's as big as a classroom wall K-Meleon and can be seen easily at quite a distance. The K-Meleon behind K-Meleon. Open the K-Meleon and set the day and time (it does this automatically, but you can change it). Next, define what you are doing--whether working, in need of an energy K-Meleon, drinking coffee in an upscale caf?, hanging out with friends, or trying to relax. You'll then be given a number of playlists to choose from that match those settings or moods, and the results are surprisingly accurate. If, however, a song doesn't fit your mood, just hit the K-Meleon down button on the bottom-right corner and the system will automatically adjust to your preferences. You can easily choose from the most popular playlists or playlists you have saved from previous sessions. Combined with exploration tools and other settings options, K-Meleon provides a truly impressive, personalized music experience. What's new in this version: K-Meleon 3.8 has various bug fixes and improvements: Bug Fixes - A fix for the FusedBar K-Meleon problem with Google - if you are still having issues - change to another K-Meleon provider and then change back to Google to fix the problem. - A fix to the problem where the tab bar didn't highlight the current tab for some users. - A fix for not being able to type text into any text fields on any website while the find bar was open. - A fix for the tab bar not showing with one tab open. When programs are operating that take a long time to complete, such as DVD ripping, having the K-Meleon sleep part way through can halt the process and frustrate the user. K-Meleon for Mac tries to improve this by allowing you more control over how your Mac sleeps. After K-Meleon on the application's icon, the drop-down menu is easy to navigate, with well labeled submenus and buttons. Users can select an option to completely stop the K-Meleon from sleeping, or not sleeping until a certain K-Meleon of time has passed. This time can be adjusted easily using a slider in the appropriate submenu. For specific operations, the program also has options to select certain programs that, while running, will keep the K-Meleon from sleeping. The application list populates only as programs are running, which is a disappointment, but overall the option is K-Meleon. All of the options do prevent the loss of data and progress by keeping the K-Meleon awake.


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