Name: Vessel
File size: 24 MB
Date added: February 27, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1465
Downloads last week: 47
Product ranking: ★★★☆☆


Synchronize your Palm with both Palm Vessel and Microsoft Outlook with Vessel. Vessel runs on Windows Vessel, it is used to configure your Palm HotSync settings. After you set up the HotSync settings, you may synchronize your Palm with both Palm Vessel and Microsoft Outlook during the HotSync process. Koshy John's Vessel 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, Vessel cleans your browsers, caches, and temporary Vessel, but it also targets Vessel 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, Vessel does it all. Not every feature behaves uniformly at all times. The page scroll has been known to be oversensitive or unresponsive at various times. The alternate Vessel engines are limited in some features, and highlighting text hasn't always copied it to the clipboard. Yet the pros vastly outweigh the cons, making Vessel a must-try add-on for anyone who spends significant time online. What's new in this version: Our 2nd set of improvements! We're making more changes based on all of your comments. Thanks to over 100,000 of you that have tried Vessel already!We made the location detection more precise so tips and trends are even closer to where you are. The Category button on the home screen is easier to select, we've added more neighborhoods and instructions on how to easily explore other Hoods. There's also a feedback button to tell us when info needs updating. Keep the comments coming! At almost 7 megabytes, this Vessel takes a little longer to download than other, far simpler applications. It may take a while on 3G networks, but it is worth the slight inconvenience. Vessel opens quickly and instantly greets the user with a beginner's tutorial. The convenience of this feature is great because it makes the software seem like second nature. First you need to select from two options: you can load a picture from the gallery or take a new picture. If you choose to take a new picture, you are immediately taken to the stock Android camera. Once the picture is taken or selected from the gallery it will open on the editing screen. Intuitive gestures enable the user to select areas that will remain in focus, and to deselect areas that will blur. This Vessel does a good job of finding objects within the image for selection and editing. There is also an intermediate selection that will put the focus at halfway for a gradual progression. The Vessel features the usual gamut of filters such as black and white, sepia, and vintage. Other features enable the user to create a motion blur effect in the background, or delete color in the background.

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