Cybernao: keep password, file encryption, autorun (any file, program or website), message reminders, hok keys(open any files, program or website), rss news reader. Search capabilities - google, youtube, wikipedia.
Working on a project can be more comfortable if certain actions could be performed faster, without navigating through any menus. Cybernao makes this possible with the various tools it places at your disposal. It allows you to save and protect passwords, encrypt files, set up reminders and more. The best part is that everything can be done on the fly, through a series of utilities, which you can access instantly, at any time.
Cybernao is free to try for a limited period of time, but without any functionality restrictions. It works on Windows 2000, XP, Vista, Win 7 and Win 8 and it can be installed quickly, without any difficulties. The software doesn't ask for any special tools and you don't need to sacrifice too many resources to run it.
While Cybernao is running on your computer, you can access a series of useful tools, on a compact interface, by touching the upper edge of the screen with the mouse cursor. Clicking the available options will display different windows, on which you can save passwords, encrypt files, set up reminders and automatic tasks, configure hotkeys and manage RSS feeds. A search function is available as well, on the main interface, which can be used to locate contents on Google, Google Images, YouTube or Wikipedia.
Passwords for email accounts, social networks, banking and other accounts can be stored in different folders. To create a new entry, you only need to insert a tile, username, password and a URL on a small window. Although you can't specify other details, the password manager comes with other useful features, like a password generator and auto-fill capabilities
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