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ATI Tray Tools 1.7.9.1573 Beta      

Size:   2.03MB

License:   Ad-Supported

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Publisher:  Visit Website | More Programs

Release Date:   2011-10-30

Submit Date:   2011-10-30

OS:  Win 9x/ME/NT/2K/XP/2K3/Vista/7

Downloads:   19905

Popularity:   Popularity:0/10


USER RATING

3.11

(9 Votes)

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Software Product Description

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ATI Tray Tools is a free utility that runs in the system tray and provides easy right-click access to all of your ATI video card's crucial settings. You can change anisotropic filtering + antialiasing levels in Direct3D and OpenGL, adjust image quality, turn on/off special driver features, or simply just fool around with clock settings (core and memory speeds). It uses minimal system resources and isn't intrusive.

Note from FreewareFiles: This installer uses the OpenCandy network to recommend other software you may find valuable during the installation of this software. OpenCandy collects *NON-personally identifiable* information about this installation and the recommendation process. Collection of this information ONLY occurs during this installation and the recommendation process; in accordance with OpenCandy's Privacy Policy, available at:
www.opencandy.com/privacy-policy.

USER REVIEWS

"Brilliance gone the way of junkware"

Reviewer: -Canaveral

Review Date: 2010-12-10

Pros: Outstanding ATI Tweaker. Much more powerful than CCC and much smaller.

Cons: OpenCandy and Crawler toolbar in 1.7.9.1531

Other Thoughts: I've used Tray Tools for many years, and in fact donated to Ray some time ago (although that was quite an experience... don't know that Ray actually received the donation). But his association with OpenCandy, nothing more that adware/spyware, is a rather poor choice on his part. After installing 1531 my registry had a key for OpenCandy and a folder was placed on my Windows drive that held a single .dll file.

While one can appreciate Ray's desire to enhance the revenue steam of this app, his working with OpenCandy is a very bad choice. One cannot op-out of having their system spied on by OpenCandy. At least with the Crawler the op-out worked.

Thanks to FreewareFiles for posting the warning about OpenCandy. Truly bad stuff.

3.11

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(9 Votes)

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