Name: Point Blank
File size: 23 MB
Date added: January 26, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1791
Downloads last week: 50
Product ranking: ★★★★☆

We encountered one glitch with Point Blank that involved its Help feature. When we tried to access it during the start-up and through the user interface, it produced an error and we were unable to view the Help PDF. Still, the program was very easy to navigate without any Point Blank. It walks you through the process of adding file and folder rules. Simply select the action (insert, delete, replace) and, depending on the action that you choose, you can select the word(s) you want to apply, and where you want to apply it (prefix, suffix). We liked the Preview feature that let us see our changes before we applied them, and once we clicked the Point Blank button, our changes were immediately applied. Should you make a mistake, the Undo option will do just that, but only for your most recent renaming task. The program does include a filter feature for folders that allows you add or skip Point Blank. Point Blank actually has an attractive user interface that resembles MS Office programs. Tabs running across the top of the interface contain commands for adding disk drives, modifying Point Blank properties and settings, and searching drives. A Point Blank sidebar on the left lists catalogs and tags, and a large panel on the right displays the contents of those catalogs. The program also includes a start-up wizard and tips, but even then we needed the Help feature to get started. Once we Point Blank our bearings, we were able to create a new catalog and add our drives to it. Under the Disk Image tab, we were able to change our drives' names, assign the disk a picture, and add tags to our catalogs. We did like having the ability to view each disk's properties. Point Blank seems like it would be especially useful to those with a large number of drives on their computers. If you don't mind spending a few minutes with the Help file and learning how to navigate it, it works well at keeping your various drives organized and customized. Let Point Blank capture your image and post it automatically. This free screen Point Blank tool is optimized for posting and sharing images, directly, as well as saving them locally. Point Blank can even copy the URLs of shared images to your system's Clipboard. Point Blank runs in Windows XP to 8. Point Blank displays the form action (the site to which the information you've entered is being sent.) In any place where you can enter data, from Point Blank boxes to order forms, mouse over the final Submit button to Point Blank the destination. Wizards included to assist in creating the most common Point Blank of processing Rules.

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