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AutoVer 2.2.1
AutoVer 2.2.1 AutoVer is a configurable automatic or real time backup and personal versioning system. It can be used as a simple real time backup or as a more complex, but transparent version control system (like a realtime incremental backup). The beauty of this system is that once you set it up (which is extremely simple) it does everything. No remembering to backup or to check in or check out files. Every time you save a file it is copied to your backup folder, drive or FTP server. You can include and exclude certain files and browse the backups with the Backup Explorer. Great for backing up (or one way synchronising) your work or home documents to flash memory or saving every change you make to your source code or image files. Features Open Source! Select any number of separate folders or folder trees (including sub folders) to watch for changes - each folder tree has its own independent settings Select straight backup or one of two versioning modes Select any folder, drive or FTP to backup to (including memory sticks and network drives) Option to create an initial backup before the automatic backup starts and ensure it is current on every startup Backups can be checked automatically, at a set time or manually Restrict which files and folders to include and exclude (by file mask) & maximum size Change the versioning date/time stamp format and versioning rate. Zip or delete old versions after a specified time (or just keep storing the files) Optionally delete backup files on original file deletion permanently or to the Recycle Bin Fault ...
5/5 461 Jun 26, 2018
ColourDock 2.2.1
ColourDock 2.2.1 Working with lots of colours can be a hassle, especially if you don't know the HEX or RGB value off-by-heart. That's where ColourDock comes in. ColourDock lets you take the colour of any pixel on your display with either a hotkey press (Alt + C by default, can be changed) or click of a button, and saves it for use across Windows. Even better, upon getting the colour, it automatically copies either the HEX or RGB value for you. But, what if you'd rather enter a RGB or HEX code for it to manage? No problem, because it can do that too. With it, you can easily have it automatically save up to 7 recent colours, or you can pin up to 7 colours that you might use more than any other colours. On top of that, ColourDock has numerous settings, ranging from a dark mode to changing the hotkey for the colour grabber, allowing it to work for you. Features Quickly grab and save colours with a system-wide eyedropper Pin up to 7 colours for quick and frequent use Manually enter an RGB or HEX code Features the entire Material Design colour palette built-in Includes lots of settings including a dark theme, copy options, and more v2.2.1 Changelog - Bug Fixes/Other Changes - Improvements to In-App Update system - Minor bug fixes
5/5 760 Oct 31, 2017
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