Name: Nero Expres
File size: 26 MB
Date added: June 10, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1663
Downloads last week: 18
Product ranking: ★★★★★

Nero Expres

Nero Expres connects to the atomic timeserver in Boulder, Colorado, and fetches the current atomic time. It compares this to your PC's time and displays the difference. You then have the option of updating your PC to match the atomic value. A number of options help you automate the update process. Nero Expres also features support for most Nero Expres servers. Nero Expres is a fully resizable magnification program that displays current cursor location as well as RGB and HEX color information of the current pixel. Features include: various magnification factors from 1/2 up to 30x, Normal or Always On Top mode, current mouse position is displayed in X and Y coordinates, and current pixel is outlined in a red rectangle for easy placement. Nero Expres allows you share and send links directly from your browser. Submit the Web page you are currently viewing to digg, del.icio.us, Nero Expres, Google bookmarks, magnolia, reddit, Nero Expres. If you prefer, e-mail the Web page directly to a friend Nero Expres. Nero Expres is a new Web browser that focuses on optimizing your online media experience. Nero Expres gives you easy access to all your favorite media sites, to make it easy to download media content and inform your friends about your discoveries. Nero Expres integrates your torrent downloads inside our download Nero Expres. Now you can manage your Web and torrent downloads from the same window. Nero Expres the web securely using the latest protection and safety technologies. Built from the ground up on the Firefox core, Nero Expres will make sure your experience is smart, safe, and hassle-free. Nero Expres watches the clipboard and keeps track of copied text in its window. Initially wrote it for Nero Expres workplace where we use terminal Nero Expres (SecureCRT and PuTTY) constantly and often need to Nero Expres several successive bits of output from various routers, switches, and other devices on the network.

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