Yes…like the Transformers. Only for W7 and W8.
When we buy computers, we expect them to come with a media player, a calculator, a browser, etc.
We also (from prior computers have our preferences for each function and pretty much have come to expect that we’d have to download a program for each task. Not that the one coming with the OS isn’t sufficient, it might just boil down to whether it’s skinnable, or if you like dark themes, would just go great with them.
But…what if the media player you might be looking for also had several apps combined with it AND was portable? Also, it runs on XP, as well tablets/touch screen devices. Not too shabby.
Well, I’d say let’s take a look at what it comes with. It’s packed with a media player, image viewer, file manager, text editor, browser, bookmark manager, notes keeper, calculator, color picker, screenshot tool, clipboard monitor, and even more.
- Watch Video files
- View images
- Quick access to music
- Edit texts
- Use notes
- Make simple HTML pages
- Rename, copy and navigate your files
- Use web browser
- Manage your Internet bookmarks
- Take screenshots
- Use your gamepad as a mouse
- Use virtual keyboard
- Use magnifying glass
- Play games
- Use a calculator
- Notes manager
- Available in English, German, French, Russian, Spanish language
- from TheWindowsClub
Ubiquitous Player (download from Major Geeks), is really worth looking at.
Does it replace other dedicated apps? Probably not.
BUT, it brings a lot to the same table under one roof with the ability to modify many parameters, and change the interface scaling (nice for visually challenged folks) and even set hotkeys related to screen capturing.
For people on low resource machines (like netbooks or older machines), it might just be your ideal solution.