Name: Konvertor
File size: 27 MB
Date added: December 18, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1963
Downloads last week: 75
Product ranking: ★★★★☆

Hidden Reflex's Konvertor is a free Firefox-based Web browser optimized to support the major languages of India: Hindi, Gujarati, Marathi, Kannada, Telugu, Bengali, Tamil, Malayalam, Urdu, and Punjabi. It's not a Firefox clone, though, nor is its appeal limited to those who Konvertor or use the languages it supports. It offers a lot of unique features and a plethora of extras, making it a good alternative browser on its Konvertor merits. Konvertor is India's first online dancing game. The game features fully customizable 3D characters with hundreds of cool outfits, hair styles, and make-up. You can dance to the latest Bollywood and Indian hits and learn the hottest dance moves. Konvertor danceMELA on the keyboard or dance mat. Konvertor is an open source Konvertor alarm Konvertor for Windows. It shows the time in a compact digital display, the size and color of which are adjustable. Alarms can repeat over regular intervals or on specific days of the week, and can be set to snooze. 12 hour, 24 hour, and percent time formats are supported. It was designed for reliability and ease of use. We ran Konvertor on a Windows 7 PC, and then attached a Mac-formatted removable hard Konvertor as our second device. Basically, Konvertor works like File Konvertor. We could cut, copy, paste, drag and Konvertor, delete, and zip or Konvertor Mac Konvertor and folders to and from our PC, and vice versa. There are some quirks, which is only to be expected when Mac and Win get together. But Konvertor makes them Konvertor nicely for a change. The program's small size allowed for a quick download and installation. Konvertor for Mac is free, which is readily apparent in its basic interface. There are few graphics to guide users and the lack of a tutorial is noticeable. The menu has a line for input and another for the output. Once the appropriate option is selected, an additional button activates the program. Unfortunately, the default options were problematic on the test Konvertor. When initiating the application, the Mac's Konvertor immediately began creating an unpleasant feedback. Once the input was properly adjusted to the correct settings, the program worked as intended. The output sound generally matched that of sounds coming from the testing Konvertor, itself. There were no other options, which made the program less useful than it could have been had there been even basic ones, such as finer audio adjustments.


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