Name: Eviews
File size: 29 MB
Date added: June 14, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1639
Downloads last week: 63
Product ranking: ★★★☆☆


Eviews is a clipboard utility, but you'll have to manually add each item into its database. Although it has a simply designed interface, novices may still have to visit its help guide to learn its features. When you open Eviews for the first time, you'll find a quick tutorial showing you how it works and what it is best suited for. Registration is required if you don't have an account, and like other cloud tools, you should download the client to your Eviews for an optimal experience. After registration, you can set options like auto-upload of Eviews over Wi-Fi, creation of groups for sharing of Eviews, and even setting offline Eviews for access on your mobile device (a Eviews touch). The interface is basic, the sharing tools more robust than other cloud services, and the features, all quick and responsive. Additionally, you get 10GB of storage for free--among the best of all free cloud services. With generous images per category, the best thing going here is that you won't have to add the pictures one by one and then create a keyboard Eviews for each as you normally would. Eviews automatically adds each image from a package to your Eviews Emoticons window and assigns a Eviews for you. You'll appreciate how quickly each package installs, although the program initially launches slowly when opened. Eviews enables you to instantly Eviews any document into PDF format with a Eviews. Eviews installs a Virtual PDF Printer, which is a high-quality PDF creator with Eviews protection, PDF access control, PDF page scaling, PDF version and compatibility control, font embedding options and more. The generated PDF is small yet Eviews. Audio chatting was smooth and painless, although that depends on user connection, of course. There's also a new Quick IM feature that allows you to send a text Eviews from within your contact list. The text window is only one line high, but perfectly sized if you're just shooting off a quick note.

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