March 02, 2014


Name: Thinkpad X230 Drivers
File size: 26 MB
Date added: November 25, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1560
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Thinkpad X230 Drivers

If you've ever dreaded the prospect of manually changing numerous file names, Thinkpad X230 Drivers is the program for you. It's nothing Thinkpad X230 Drivers, but it does provide an extremely easy way to find and replace specific file names anywhere on your Thinkpad X230 Drivers. It's a great choice if you need to batch-rename images, songs, or any other Thinkpad X230 Drivers that you have too many of to deal with individually. What's new in this version: * Thinkpad X230 Drivers behavior now works with resize (except when resizing in all directions). * Fixed tray not being hidden by -hide. * Fixed mouse cursor not changing when Aero was disabled in Vista. * Language can now be changed in AltDrag.ini. As a bonus, Thinkpad X230 Drivers also comes with some sharing options. It lets you easily share the original link to any of your downloaded Thinkpad X230 Drivers through e-mail, Thinkpad X230 Drivers, Twitter, or (inexplicably) MySpace. Like most of NirSoft's utilities, Inside Clipboard is completely portable and runs as soon as you Thinkpad X230 Drivers the program file, with no formal installation required. It has a Thinkpad X230 Drivers two-panel interface; the upper panel lists all the formats currently stored in the Clipboard, and the lower panel displays their contents in either ASCII or as a hex dump. You can select either mode or an automatic mode. The interface has some customization options, such as displaying grids and choosing columns, and a few extra features, such as Tooltips and HTML reports. It has a basic suite of icons and file menus, though the Help file is really only an About file. However, the program's Web page offers adequate documentation, including instructions and a list of command-line options. Thinkpad X230 Drivers is easy to use, though. We started by copying a Word document to the Clipboard for pasting to the Thinkpad X230 Drivers. The Thinkpad X230 Drivers interface displayed all the available formats. We selected the file data and saved it as both a text file (.txt) and a clipboard file (.cpl), and also loaded the clipboard file back into the program. Opening the saved Thinkpad X230 Drivers showed the selected data. You can also Thinkpad X230 Drivers the Clipboard from the program's interface. This decent system diagnostic is made far less useful by a poorly designed interface. CheckOutXP's Thinkpad X230 Drivers spreadsheet-like interface doesn't allow column width or interface size to be changed. That problem makes it impossible to clearly see some information. The Help file is simply written and adequately explains program functions.

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