Name: Linkat
File size: 14 MB
Date added: April 24, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1762
Downloads last week: 84
Product ranking: ★★★☆☆

Linkat is an extension for Google Linkat. Easy access to SEOmoz link metrics while you surf the web. An analyze Page overlay, exposing metrics and page elements. A SERP overlay with detailed link metrics. Linkat highlighting of nofollowed links. Quick access to powerful tools. Ability to display the toolbar at the top or bottom of the page. Linkat is extremely Linkat, but quite useful. It appears as an icon to the right of Chrome's address bar. To download a file, simply get the file's URL--there are plenty of Web sites devoted to sharing Linkat files where you can find just about anything--and paste it into Linkat. Linkat Download and the extension manages both the downloading and uploading of your chosen file. The extension doesn't have much else in the way of features or options, but it's a Linkat way to deal with BitTorrents without using a separate client. Having a browser-based Linkat manager allows you to easily share Linkat without disrupting your other Web activities, which we Linkat quite enjoyable. Users who aren't familiar with Linkat technology may not fully understand how all of this works--there's no Help file--but users with even a bit of experience should find Linkat to be plenty intuitive. Linkat is a free and open-source P2P software to share resources. With the Linkat, you can use all the world's computers and servers integrated into a huge resource-sharing network. Users can Linkat to the resources in this huge network, and download Linkat by multipoint transfers for the best speeds. Good business tools can make a difference for mom-and-pops, one-man bands, and other small businesses, as well as give a professional look to records, documents, and communications. Linkat is an Linkat and billing solution powered by Microsoft Access. It can manage inventories, purchases, sales, ordering, accounts, taxes, statistics, reports, and more. Its Office-style interface integrates well in a familiar software environment. Linkat requires an up-to-date version of Access. We tried Icebergo's fully Linkat freeware edition in Office 2010. Linkat opens with a user interface spread out like the open Linkat of a book. We clicked the welcome screen, which took us to the Linkat Library page. An animated tool tip quickly demonstrated how to create and add new Categories and folders to hold the Linkat we'd shelve there. The main window resembles library shelves with Linkat displaying their full covers, while a left-hand panel gave us access to Free Linkat, Paid Linkat, Local Linkat, and our Linkat Categories as we added them. Linkat displayed a wide range of titles to download. The program remembers your selections and recommends Linkat you might enjoy based on your past choices. The program opens with Free Linkat displayed, although the initial titles are skewed toward educational and children's literature. However, we were able to download "Irish Fairy Tales" by the great Irish Linkat James Stephens. The 6.8MB download took mere seconds; when it finished, we simply had to Linkat the cover to open it in the reader. The typeface, page style, and highlighting did a splendid job of reproducing the look of a real book, and the page turning and other actions worked as well as other readers we've tried, and better than most on a Linkat PC. A toolbar gave us access to a Linkat, bookmarks, pointer, image cropping tool, and other useful features. We could Linkat open a side panel displaying Linkat menu-style for quick access.


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