Non-obtrusive application which enables you to zooming in and out of the screen, as well as configure the magnification and other parameters
|Updated||Apr 18th 2014|
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|Crack Size||399 KB|
|Systems||Windows XP, Windows Vista|
QZoom is a software tool which provides users with a simple means of zooming in and out of your screen, while also enabling you set up certain details regarding the magnification.
The installation process does not last too long, and it does not offer to download or add any kind of products that are not actually vital for the program to work properly. Once you are done with it, you are greeted by a minimal and clean interface. Moreover, it is non-obtrusive, as it goes in the system tray from the first launch.
It becomes quite clear that all types of users, including those with little to no previous experience with the IT world. Help contents are not provided, yet they are not actually necessary, when considering how simple it is to handle.
This software utility enables you to zoom in and out of the screen, regardless of the actions you are taking. By right-clicking the system tray icon, you bring up a context menu which lets you zoom in and out, cancel the magnification, launch the program at Windows startup, exit from it and open the settings panel.
From the latter, you can change the minimum and maximum magnification values (from 0 up to 20) with the help of two slider bars. Aside from that, you can set up mouse zoom, and keyboard shortcuts for all actions available. No other notable options are available.
To conclude, QZoom Crack is a simple, yet efficient piece of software, dedicated to people with sight issues or which need to view certain details better. The computer’s performance is not going to be impeded in any way, the interface is intuitive, the response time is good, and we did not detect any kind of issues, such as errors or crashes.
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