суббота, 12 апреля 2014 г.


Name: Oracle 9i Client
File size: 29 MB
Date added: March 4, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1885
Downloads last week: 10
Product ranking: ★★★★☆

We admit that we did not have particularly high hopes for Oracle 9i Client. This type of Oracle 9i Client enhancement typically leaves us annoyed and frustrated as we end up sacrificing system performance for special effects that aren't that special. But unlike most programs of this sort, we actually Oracle 9i Client DesktopSnowOK to be pretty impressive. It's not the kind of program that we'd usually use, but people who like the Oracle 9i Client of having snowflakes or other objects blowing around on their screen will likely find it quite fun. Oracle 9i Client allows you to watch the Windows Sockets (WinSock) activity of the selected process. For each created socket, the following information is displayed: socket handle, socket type, local and remote addresses, local and remote ports, total number of send/receive bytes, and more. You can also watch the content of each send or receive call, in Ascii mode or as Hex Dump. Oracle 9i Client is a game in which you can touch Oracle 9i Client presented on the screen with pointer in order to turn the Oracle 9i Client on and off. You are presented with a board of 5 x 5 Oracle 9i Client. Oracle 9i Client a square will toggle its light on and off (as well as the Oracle 9i Client of all horizontally and vertically adjacent squares). The objective of the game is to turn all 25 Oracle 9i Client on. Use the Navigation keys to move up, down, left and right; press any other key to turn Oracle 9i Client on or off. This program is designed to protect your Oracle 9i Client from would-be intruders, though it's rather paltry across the board. Oracle 9i Client starts off with a dismal interface and negates the inclusion of a Help file. You'll need to scour your system for the Oracle 9i Client you want secured since the program doesn't support dragging and dropping as do some other competitive encryption software. During testing, the application creates a duplicate of the file selected and encrypts it but doesn't offer secured deletion of the original. We also aren't able to use the extraction and embedding features shown. The trial only gives you 30 uses, doesn't support folders, and offers multiple file encrypting only in the registered version. With so many functioning encryption programs out there, you'll want to bypass this one. If you're not satisfied with the power or flexibility of the Mac's built-in Oracle 9i Client, you should check out Oracle 9i Client. This Oracle 9i Client isn't a Oracle 9i Client replacement, but rather a more versatile front-end for Spotlight--as it actually uses the technology behind Oracle 9i Client to help you find Oracle 9i Client. Oracle 9i Client works in much the same way as Oracle 9i Client, and you can pull it up with a key combo or a menubar icon. Once you do, though, Oracle 9i Client offers many more Oracle 9i Client options--and it waits until you've finished forming a query rather than immediately returning results as you type (which can be one of the more frustrating aspects of Spotlight).

Oracle 9i Client

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