eDocOne is a catcher and an organizer for your electronical contents. It enables you to maintain the electronical books for collecting all of your articles on your computer, using a stylish interface and full support for getting contents from IE.
Description: We can get a huge amount of information from Internet and keep them on our computer. How do you organize your electronical articles and information so that you can get what you want easily when you need them? Do you want a tool that can help to keep the information from Internet just by one click and organize them in an orderly manner, and with a stylish interface?
eDocOne is a catcher and an organizer for your electronical contents. It enables you to maintain the electronical books for collecting all of your articles on your computer, using a stylish interface and full support for getting contents from Internet, E.g. web pages, hyperlinks, images, flash and so on. You can organize the articles in a book with "folders". You can create many folders in a book and keep the articles in the correlative folder. The folders and articles can be password protected and customized in design. eDocOne also allows export one article or a folder of articles to HTML files on the disk with frame-navigated page. Additional features include search, bookmarks entries, backup and more.
eDocOne is also an electronical-book publishing tool. It enables you to make eBook in .CHM or .EXE format. Then you can share your electronical contents to others easily. And the eBook(.EXE) can be protected by a password, then someone who has the password can read the contents and others can't.
Passphrase Keeper 2.70 Prevent identity theft and protect your privacy! Passphrase Keeper securely stores all your account information using powerful Blowfish encryption. A single password - the only one
OrgPassword 3.9 OrgPassword is a handy utility for storing personal information of any type. It has a nice interface, provides a variety of data categories to keep and gives a rock-solid
Brother's keeper? 'No way!', says Xbox2 It is reported that sources close to top Microsoft executives have confirmed that the Xbox2 (or whatever they may name it later) will not be backward compatible with its predecessor the Xbox. Now, if this were to be true, then Xbox users would not be able