File Access Helper is a powerful utility designed to help you customize the way Windows interacts with your computer by defining permissions.
The program is lightweight, highly responsive, includes a useful interface, has few options and a neat, unobtrusive look.
The app cannot run a user or administrator account, and, therefore, cannot significantly affect Windows’ behavior.
Its interface, however, has some issues and could use some improvements.
File Access Helper Pros:
* Several rules can be defined after clicking ‘Edit’
* Only a few options are available
* Tons of help files are included
* Easy to use interface
* Can be configured to display a folder icon in the taskbar
* Easy-to-use buttons
* Saves logging to a file
* The interface could use some improvements
* Editing a rule can be difficult
* After a while, the item queue may appear corrupted
* Runs slowly
File Access Helper – a program designed to help you set up some permissions for your disks, folders, files and registry entries.
This type of tool is recommended when you share your computer with multiple users and prefer to keep some of your information classified.
Given the nature of its features, the app should be handled by users who know what they are doing.
The interface of the tool is plain and uncomplicated. Items can be added to the file list by using either the file browser or “drag and drop” method.
File Access Helper can deny users access to running, copying, opening, modifying, deleting, finding or printing items; this can be seamlessly done with the click of a button.
All you have to do is specify the action (e.g. ‘No Run’) and select the respective item after browsing the local drives. Afterward, the file list displays the source path and status of the entry. To disable this action, simply remove the item from the queue.
An item can have multiple rules that can be specified after clicking the ‘Edit’ button. From the ‘Options’ area you can customize the program’s appearance when it comes to the color of ‘Run’, ‘Opened’ and ‘Modified’ items. Plus, you can specify the security level and input a password, as well as make File Access Helper display an icon in the taskbar and save logging to a file.
The program needs a low amount of CPU and system memory, is eea19f52d2
Fubbie is an open source application with an emphasis on privacy and security.
Fubbie is an ideal fit for workplaces that need an on-demand secure messaging and collaboration solution. It allows teams of users to work together effectively and communicate efficiently in order to meet project deadlines.
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This is my first release of an Open Source Video Chat Client. If you’ve tried other video chat programs and liked them, you may enjoy this version. I focused on ease of use and reliability.
Just unzip, launch and test!
Thank you to all those who have helped me with the development of this client.
Fubbie has tested in:
Win 8.1 64bit
Win 10 64bit
Win 7 64bit
Mac OS 10.9 64bit
OS X 10.8 64bit
OS X 10.9 64bit
If you try out Fubbie and find bugs or have suggestions, please let me know. It is fairly new and would be very helpful to me.
Fubbie Version: 3.1.0
OS X 10.8 or Win 7, SP1
1 GB RAM
2 GB available hard drive space
A modern GPU with OpenGL 3 support
A Soundcard with a minimum sample rate of 32kHz and 16-bit stereo channels
A monitor capable of displaying 1440p and a screen resolution of at least 2560 x 1440
Please note that the video quality is not optimal for live video.
If you downloaded the zipped file, just unzip and start Fubbie.
If you downloaded the DMG or zip file, extract the Fubbie.app or Fubbie.dmg file and drag the Fubbie.app into your Applications folder. You can also run Fubbie.app from the Applications folder.
To install on Mac OS X:
Double click on Fubbie.app to open.
To uninstall on Mac OS X:
Double click on Fubbie.app to open.
To install on Windows:
Extract Fubbie.zip to a folder.
Double click on Fubbie.exe to open.
Click the Install button.
Click the Finish button.
Click the Open button to launch Fubbie.
To uninstall on Windows:
Click the Program and Features button in the Start Menu.