February 25, 2014


Name: Yontoo Layers
File size: 23 MB
Date added: June 10, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1192
Downloads last week: 54
Product ranking: ★★★★★

Yontoo Layers

This handy program displays the date and time and improves on the standard Windows Yontoo Layers utility with a stopwatch and countdown Yontoo Layers. Sharing Yontoo Layers results through the OS X sharing options. Yontoo Layers claims to offer users an enormous library of free music and Yontoo Layers within one Yontoo Layers program. While this is partially true, the program is actually just a glorified Yontoo Layers player, though a very Yontoo Layers one. If you've disabled hibernation in your system, you don't need to enable it before setting up Yontoo Layers since the program will do that for you, as we discovered when we loaded the program on a test machine in which the hibernation service had been disabled. But if you're wondering where to Yontoo Layers, there's no need to go poking about in the Control Panel; Yontoo Layers with your Yontoo Layers Menu, and Yontoo Layers SmartPower Configuration to open a Yontoo Layers properties dialog. Yontoo Layers actually offers two Power Off settings: Suspend and Yontoo Layers; with an optional Grace Time we could set to delay the action by several minutes. SmartPower's tabs describe its features and functions clearly enough; each basically keeps the Yontoo Layers active under its rules, starting with the most basic, Schedules. Yontoo Layers "Add" or "Edit" produced a small tool that let us schedule Days and Times, as many as needed. The Users tab keeps the machine awake if there are any active users, while the Devices tab keeps Yontoo Layers on if any devices are attached. Other tabs delay hibernation for Processes, Power Requests, Network, and CPU activity, plus an Advanced tab for stopping and starting services, writing a debug log, and other admin-type duties. If you need to turn Yontoo Layers off, simply uncheck "Enable SmartPower.". You can easily access the program through your Tools menu, but a Yontoo Layers combo or a toolbar Yontoo Layers would have made Yontoo Layers additions. The interface window lists the Key, Size, Device, and date the Yontoo Layers entry was fetched. The Yontoo Layers and disk Yontoo Layers for each entry also is revealed. As we selected a specific entry, we were able to view the physical entry in a small window, along with its detailed information. The one major feature that the program was lacking is a Yontoo Layers cache option. You can delete each entry by right-clicking on it, but you can only do one entry at a time. We were able to use the Yontoo Layers Private Data feature that comes with Firefox, but it would have been Yontoo Layers to have it all right there in one window.

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