ANSOFT HFSS 11



26 Apr 2007 Posted by AVA

 

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NirSoft's Ansoft Hfss 11 is a free, portable tool that displays all your system's GDI handles: things like bitmaps, pens, brushes, fonts, and other graphical elements. It extracts a lot of useful information about each, such as Process name, DC (Device Context) and individual and total GDI counts. With a customizable view and column headers, it can create a variety of HTML reports. Wallpaper Rotator's installer lets you select the option to rotate your wallpaper at startup. This is important because you can't change this setting without uninstalling and reinstalling the software. We also had trouble with this feature in a 64-bit Windows 7 installation, which ran Wallpaper Rotator in Compatibility Mode. We repeatedly received corrupt JPEG warnings, whether we chose images on our C drive or a USB drive. But the program functioned normally in a 32-bit installation, and it also worked well in 64-bit Windows when we deselected the startup option. Installing PC Sleep requires a Dot Net Framework, but the process is simple. While it offers eye-friendly and mouse-friendly features, the small interface is designed to do the job as quickly and efficiently as possible in two basic steps: choosing the action you want to perform and choosing when you want it to happen. In addition to shutting down your computer, you can use PC Sleep to perform other related functions such as rebooting or logging off. As promised, a pop-up window appears before your PC shuts down, so you can halt the action if you're still working. XPad text editor, is a lightweight, and flexible text editor that lets you quickly and easily open and edit text files from Windows, Linux and Macintosh. It has full Unicode support, that lets you create and edit files encoded in UTF-8, UTF-16 and UTF-32. Much more complete than the Windows Notepad, so it's a good replacement for this. Key features and differences from other similar are applications Lightweight application that requires no installation, single executable file with really low memory usage. All menus on-screen. Automatic copy selection to clipboard. It's not surprising that Adobe's Acrobat and Reader are the top PDF tools, since Adobe invented PDFs, but if there's a factor driving the market for third-party PDF tools (other







A built-in Help file provides thorough instructions for the program's use. Overall, we didn't find Hardware Asset Tracker to be particularly attractive or sophisticated, but it will do an adequate job of cataloging your hardware. SSuite Office opens with a small menu interface that gives you access to all of its programs; they're arranged in categories labeled Advance Office, Internet & Email, Utilities, Multi-Media, Graphics, ReadMe, and LAN Networking. We explored several of SSuite Office's offerings, starting with WordGraph, the suite's word processor. WordGraph presented the typical array of word-processing basics, but nothing particularly interesting. We did note that it didn't seem to be able to open Word documents, although it did successfully save files in this format. Other tools, such as EZMail, Intro Chess, EZPhoto Editor, and others, offered basic functionality but nothing particularly impressive. Each program comes with its own fairly comprehensive Help file, though the software is so basic that most people should be able to figure out how to use it without much assistance. Overall, we liked that SSuite Office - Advanced Edition offered so many tools, but it's hard to be excited about a program that duplicates the features of so many other programs. Pencil's unique interface blends the usual Explorer-style layout with browser-like elements, which reflects its evolution into a Firefox-based application. A left-side tool and navigation panel is tabbed Collections, with a wide range of Shapes, Elements, Widgets, and other objects to drag and drop into diagrams, and Ansoft Hfss 11 Stuffs, which lists projects and files (and also shows the work-in-progress nature of open-source freeware in "Stuffs," not "Stuff"). The program's main window even uses browser-style tabs for documents, though many developers have caught that wave. Pencil's Firefox-style Ansoft Hfss 11 button accesses the program's Document, Edit, View, Shape, Tools, and Help menus, though the Help file only contained an About dialog, without as much as a Web link. This is strange since the Ansoft Hfss 11 Pr