Virtual Mechanics SiteSpinner Pro is a web authoring tool that makes it easy to design sites for the web and mobile devices without having to know HTML. Opera technology enables the user to design and preview pages as they'll look on all devices.
AutoMe is a reliable and user-friendly windows automation software and macro recorder with task scheduler, color checker. AutoMe is very easy to use, you can record robot, and run it as many time as needed. No programing needed.
Maintenancemanagementsoftware (CMMS software) for utilities, manufacturing plants, industrial & commercial facilities. Manage maintenance work requests, work orders and maintenance inventory (spares) for equipment and facilities.
This tool allow to read/open the DBISAM tables on any computer.An application don't use any external libraries (no BDE, no ODBC, no ADO etc)You may see the full DBISAM system information, table structure and data in grid.
Create memorandum templates in MS Word. Choose from five visual styles: Professional, Contemporary, Elegant, Simple and Blue Sky. Fields include: Date, Company Name, To, CC, From, Re/Subject, Message. Word 2000 or higher required.
This tool allow to read/open the Paradox tables on any computer.An application don't use any external libraries (no BDE, no ODBC, no ADO etc)You may see the full Paradox system information, table structure and data in grid.
Quickly paste frequently used text fragments or images. Comfort TemplatesManager will allow you to quickly paste frequently used messages, phrases, signatures, smiles, addresses, greetings, passwords, etc.
Cross platform Video ChatSoftware that includes payment processers, numerous fully brandable customizable template website. Adaptable for virtually any niche or industry incl Adult. Powerful management & statistical analysis functions.
Designed for you to keep track of vehicles with costs, repairs and maintenance up to 50 vehicles . Can register their vehicles, employees, maintenance, storage products, parts and service suppliers ... etc and know what is spent in their vehicles