Abilon is a tiny application that allows you to view RSS feeds in a simple manner. Once you initiate the program, you can select the feed groups that you want to check out each time you open Abilon. Also, you can open OPML files with this software.
The user interface of the program is clean and intuitive. On the left side of the screen you can select categories from the feeds tree, in the middle you can view a summary of the feeds for each website, and on the right you can read the feeds themselves.
Additionally, you can mark items as read, unread or persistent, copy items to the clipboard or blog them, as well as move them to a new column in the “Memories” area (basically, you can create a favorites list).
Furthermore, you can copy a particular section of the news, view source and properties, print and save the background and select the encoding mode.
Moreover, you can save feeds to OPML format, use a search function, change the layout (newspaper or three-panel mode, horizontal or vertical split), maximize the preview panel, apply filters (e.g. all for last day, latest 100 unread, all flagged entries).
Plus, you can use a built-in blogging tool, update all feeds, increase or decrease text size and configure program settings (e.g. launch Abilon at startup, use external browser, minimize on close, change font, configure proxy and mail settings).
The application uses a low-to-moderate amount of system resources, includes a well-drawn help file and didn’t freeze, crash or pop up errors during our tests.
Since Abilon is extremely easy to handle, even by inexperienced individuals, we strongly recommend it to all users who want to easily keep up with feeds from their favorite domains.
I just bought it and I’m really happy. It’s a really good program, I’ve used many RSS readers, but there are some which has the buttons you need, which isn’t always the case.
It’s especially nice that you can create new groups, because it’s a few clicks away.
When you start you’re asked to choose from options for grouping, and if you don’t change it, you can use the default:
or the “RSS Feeds”
As you can see, there are some issues with this grouping, since the default option is to show all the eea19f52d2
USB Watch is a powerful utility that can scan removable drives and erase dangerous files that try to run when the flash drive is connected to the PC. The program can also be used to protect the selected drives by encrypting them and restricting access with a password.
With USB Watch you will be able to secure any portable storage device against malicious code that tries to infect the systems those drives are connected to.
“USB Watch is a powerful utility that can scan removable drives and erase dangerous files that try to run when the flash drive is connected to the PC. The program can also be used to protect the selected drives by encrypting them and restricting access with a password.”This invention relates to an enclosure for an electronic component, such as a semiconductor device. More particularly, this invention relates to an enclosure that includes an access door and is designed to allow an operator to access a bay in which the electronic component is mounted and thus allows the operator to easily remove the electronic component from the bay.
Various kinds of electronic components, such as semiconductor devices, require periodic inspection and testing to ensure that the components are operating properly. For example, semiconductor devices (including integrated circuits, memory devices, etc.) must be tested before they are placed into mass production to ensure that each one of the semiconductor devices is operating properly.
In one conventional testing procedure, a semiconductor device is placed into a bay in a testing apparatus, which in turn is placed in a test system. The test system causes the semiconductor device to be tested. During the test, heat is typically generated by the semiconductor device and dissipated into the test system through a thermal back-up plate, which is typically located in the bay. The thermal back-up plate in the bay acts as a heat sink and is usually coupled to a fluid circulating system. The thermal back-up plate conducts heat away from the semiconductor device during testing so that the device does not overheat. The cooling system also cools the thermal back-up plate so that heat transfer is not compromised during testing. However, there are other kinds of bays that may not have a thermal back-up plate.
When a test is complete, the test system is typically coupled to a separate cable that connects to a computer that analyzes the test results. The test results are then printed on a test record so that an operator can review the test results. If all of the test results are positive, the test system typically indicates that the semiconductor device can be removed from