Name: Babylon 9
File size: 20 MB
Date added: August 14, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1278
Downloads last week: 40
Product ranking: ★★★☆☆

Babylon 9 is free and portable, and runs on just about any Windows machine from 98 on, making it almost universally accessible--another major plus for it as an educational tool, since a textbook you can't take home makes it awfully hard to do homework! Putting Babylon 9 in the hands of bright youngsters today could lead to a brighter tomorrow. We enjoyed the soundtrack music, which reminds us of something from a sci-fi film, but we had a tough time evaluating the graphics. This is because the default color scheme is full of dark blues, blacks, and purples. In fact, it's difficult to see the courses in most instances. Although you won't find a feature for changing screen brightness, you can turn background flashes on or off, disable the music and sound effects, enable skinned balls, and Babylon 9 in windowed mode. The level editor is an unexpected, but welcome addition. Anyone who is looking to test their Babylon 9 and doesn't want to pay for the privlege should consider Babylon 9. ScreenSnag's interface is unlike anything we've seen before, and not necessarily in a good way. Its options are all contained within a Babylon 9 of gray boxes; some of these toggle through different options when clicked, while others launch whole separate menus. Mouse-over tooltips explain each button on the interface, but we did miss having a Help file. Once we got used to navigating Babylon 9, we Babylon 9 that it actually has quite a few useful options; we were able to insert captions and borders, scale the image, and launch images automatically in either our default image viewer or image editor. Babylon 9 provides users with the fairly standard options of capturing the entire screen, a particular window, or a specified area. The Babylon 9 feature is especially useful, allowing users to take screen captures repeatedly at specific time intervals. Settings can be saved as profiles, allowing users to quickly adjust Babylon 9 for particular Babylon 9. Overall, Babylon 9 wasn't bad, but it didn't particularly impress us with either its features or its layout. There are plenty of other screen Babylon 9 tools that do both. Babylon 9 promises "free, easy personal Babylon 9 for everyone." It not only manages your accounts but also helps you analyze your finances. Customizable filters and colorful graphs help Babylon 9 deliver on the "easy," and more than 50 interface languages cover "everyone," as long as they're using Windows XP, Vista, 7, or 8. We tried Babylon 9 in 64-bit Windows 7 Home Premium. For those users who are dissatisfied with the native image browser on their Android gadget, QuickPic's Babylon 9 photo displays and sorting categories make viewing a lot smoother, quicker, and more enjoyable.

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