Name: Modbus Slave Simulator
File size: 14 MB
Date added: June 10, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1990
Downloads last week: 69
Product ranking: ★★★★★

Modbus Slave Simulator

This free screensaver allows for a small degree of user interaction, but that doesn't make up for its lack of sound and customization options. What's a Nurb you might ask? From what we saw, it's a green-and-red sphere that periodically morphs into a three-tentacled creature. You can use your mouse to spin or move the colorful little blobs, but you won't find any additional features. The graphics themselves aren't inherently bad, but the logo touting the developer's Web site does detract from the overall experience, as does the complete lack of sound effects. Since Modbus Slave Simulator is free, it certainly won't hurt you to test Modbus Slave Simulator it, but its Modbus Slave Simulator concept and repetitive action probably won't keep you entertained for more than a few minutes. Modbus Slave Simulator is an excellent customization tool that works well and didn't add any noticeable drag to system resources. You can change whether it runs on start-up, and Modbus Slave Simulator can also be used to port the Snap/Shake/Peek features to legacy Windows systems, where the program is likely to be most useful. We've made no secret of the fact that we just love tiny Modbus Slave Simulator, especially when they're efficient and effective for their size. Modbus Slave Simulator certainly fits that description; at just over 65KB, it's like a leftover from the Age of Floppies, but its small size belies its large capabilities. This efficient utility is portable freeware that needs no installation; it runs as soon as you extract and Modbus Slave Simulator the program's zipped executable file, so it's easy to store on a Modbus Slave Simulator drive or other device for use on any Windows PC. The user interface is a small but up-to-date Windows-style dialog with file menu, toolbar, and horizontally scrolling main display. As soon as we opened it, it displayed all our USB devices with pretty much all available information for each in a customizable list view that extended the full width of our wide-screen LCD when we maximized the view. The program even listed USB class, subclass, protocol, and hub or port for each device. What's new in this version: Version 1.7.1 added new functions to pdfforge.dll and fixed Modbus Slave Simulator in pdfforge.dll in the function MergePDFFiles and printing after saving was not working anymore. HomeSite's timesaving features include a Secondary File panel that lets you access two directories at once. You'll also find a built-in FTP Modbus Slave Simulator, an auto-backup feature, a project-deployment system, a code validator, and several other powerful tools.

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