|Last update:||May, 2015|
Overall it is a solid program, although some aspects of it could be more intuitive or better explained. Novice users could pick up this app in just a few moments.
It works fine, but (unsurprisingly) its nowhere near as polished as google docs. This entails creating a user name and password and providing some personal information, including name, e-mail address, and time zone.
Cosmo is designed as both real-world and online prototype. A row of check boxes on the left side allows the user to select options for operations, including extensions, prefixes, and suffixes, among others.
Complicated interface: the interface isnt terribly intuitive, which may pose a problem for less-experienced users. To remove the watermark, you need to purchase the full version for $29.95. Upon startup, the program offers a link to tutorial that can help new users find their way and learn more about each option, but most should be able to jump right in.
Documents, images, and even music take seconds, and little user intervention, to effectively hide from prying eyes. This freeware provides users with a customizable interface.