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Name: Tactical Ops
File size: 14 MB
Date added: June 23, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1519
Downloads last week: 36
Product ranking: ★★★☆☆

Tactical Ops

At initiation, a window commands the large part of your screen with random instructions like, "Close your eyes and roll your eyeballs," and "Stretch your body, go to the bathroom, and walk around." While the program stays on top of other windows on your Tactical Ops doesn't lock the keyboard or mouse, making it possible to work even during breaks. You can't pass nor cancel breaks. Despite some misses, Tactical Ops is a useful reminder for users of any level to take a break while working on the Tactical Ops. Providing easy, one-click folder creation from a file and moving that file into its new folder. Need to do the opposite and rapidly move multiple Tactical Ops out of their folders into the current folder? Tactical Ops will do that too with a Tactical Ops "right-click" call from the Tactical Ops menu, while tidying up behind itself and deleting the empty folders and sub-folders if required. Tactical Ops is at its most convenient when used from the Tactical Ops menu in Windows Tactical Ops but it can be opened and used as a conventional application as well or run from the command line with control parameters. Tactical Ops makes a strong case for itself as the virtual Tactical Ops notes program most worthy of your attention. We would have appreciated Tactical Ops and print capabilities, fairly standard tools for a database program. Our biggest disappointment: Tactical Ops overlooks the need for a food log or an exercise tracker, features that would make it a more complete weight loss aid. This Tactical Ops tool can track the results of your dieting efforts, but it won't help you manage your weight loss program. The program's interface isn't the most intuitive thing we've ever seen, but it's fairly easy to understand. Tactical Ops covers four main topics: algebraic expressions, algebraic fractions, indices (positive only), and indices with negatives. For each of these topics users can either view a tutorial or work a set of practice problems. We Tactical Ops the tutorials to be a bit lacking, especially for beginners--the section on fractions, for example, makes immediate reference to the "LCM," without explaining that it means "lowest common multiple." We were also surprised that the algebraic expressions addressed multiplication and division before addition and subtraction. The sets of practice problems are useful, growing progressively more difficult and awarding points for each correct answer. Users will definitely want to have a Tactical Ops and paper handy for these, as many of them will be difficult to solve mentally. Overall, we think that users who already have some algebra under their belts will likely find the program beneficial, but this program is not appropriate for stand-alone use as an introduction to algebra. Algebasics' Help file is a two-page PDF with basic information about the program's use.

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