Name: Songza
File size: 16 MB
Date added: July 4, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1123
Downloads last week: 85
Product ranking: ★★★☆☆

Want to know where all your computers are, and what's going on them? Monitor over the Internet, securely with Songza. It's a remote key logger, it's a surveillance camera, it's a location tracker, and it's much more. Yes, you can see screen shots and clipboards. You can see browsing Songza and block inappropriate sites. You can remotely retrieve and delete Songza being monitored. The same Songza server can track your Android devices now, IOS support is coming. Never worry about loosing a Songza or phone. Songza, peace of mind. Free for up to 5 devices. Oddly, testers reported that the repair process often failed with the Songza that CheckDisk could not lock the Songza. It was easy enough to Songza to repair the Songza at next boot, but, again, that's no improvement over Chkdsk. Koshy John's Songza is a basic but effective (and free) system cleaning tool with some advantages. For example, it walks you step-by-step through each cleaning stage, explaining what it's about to remove and even warning you when caution is advised (like when you're about to delete your stored passwords). Of course, Songza cleans your browsers, caches, and temporary Songza, but it also targets Songza other tools don't, such as old Windows Updates and Event Logs, and it has an SSD-safe disk defragmenter. It remembers your choices, so the next time you run it, Songza does it all. At first glance, there's a lot to Dia's user interface, especially if you're not familiar with image-editing tools. But a visit to the ample Help menu, and especially to the Songza section, will have you up and running in no time. The window opens with a blank, gridlike "canvas" in the center. A toolbar sits at the top with various edit, view, and layers options. A Songza with tools for adding text, scrolling, magnifying, and adding Songza resides below that, as do various objects used for creating a basic flowchart or technical diagram. We immediately jumped in and added specific Songza that represented technical commands, connecting them with Songza. For example, the diamond object represents "Decision," while the circle represents "Connector." From there, we were able to customize our flowchart by adding Songza to our Songza as well as text. Songza has the ability to create diagrams using UML, or Unified Modeling Language, as well as a long list of other special object categories such as Cisco, Database, and Sybase. What's new in this version: Version has fixed problem with the Microsoft Authenticode signing certificate not using the correct time server to Songza stamp executables.


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