Reviewing 6.32.20 (Dec 5, 2011)
The setpoint's logitech sofware version 6.32 which is the latest version can not be installed in my win 7 professional x64 OS. After going through the setup it appears in the list of windows programs as Set Point 6.32 (using the Programs and Feautures module in the Control Panel) but does not shows in the C:\Programs Files neither in the C:\Programs Files (x86) directories. I was using setpoint ver 6.30 with the Logitech M705 mouse.But after finding that the mouse moved erratically when trying to scroll I tried the newer version 6.32. A red warning appeared during the setup telling that the setup failed to install, but try again. I tried twice, with the same warning. I unistalled set point 6.3 and try again the 6.32 with no sucees.
Reviewing 6.20.64 (Dec 22, 2010)
Doesn't work correctly for my G5 Gaming Mouse...
@killerost: Überoptions isn't compatible with higher than Setpoint 4.80!!
Reviewing 6.20.64 (Dec 9, 2010)
My mouse wheel acts speraoditlly jumping in Outlook 2010, it forgot to keep warning me my battery was low and it just died. I had to score the net for older drivers to install. Removing these junky drivers now.
Reviewing 6.10.65 (Jun 30, 2010)
If you use Logitech Setpoint, don't miss out on Überoptions add-on for Setpoint. This little util will allow you to customize button/wheel settings for every program you use. Can send custom keyboard codes to different programs. It makes sence that wheelbutton left/right in Firefox should have another meaning than in e.g. Word. Get Überoptions at http://uberoptions.net/ (My rating here is WITH the Überoption add-on!)
Reviewing 6.10.65 (Jun 14, 2010)
Following up on the review by AnClar, SetPoint 6.1 still does not fix the sensitivity issues with G5 mice, even though one of its primary fixes was supposed to be exactly that. You can see the large list of complaints in Logitech's support forums. 3months between releases, and the issue is still unresolved... incompetence at its finest.
Reviewing 6.00.68 (Mar 5, 2010)
Windows 7 64-bit users BEWARE!! Do NOT install this release of SetPoint 6 if you use a G5 mouse! There is a bug in this release such that whatever sensitivity you set the mouse to, it goes to maximum sensitivity at bootup, when you enter certain applications (Ventrilo for one), and whenever it pleases. You have to manually recycle the sensitivity buttons on the mouse to fix it. Even so it is still only a temporary fix. There's a thread on the Loogitech forums about this.
Reviewing 4.80 (Aug 25, 2009)
For Windows 7 there is no need to install. The OS does a far better job managing the buttons/control than logitech does.
Reviewing 4.80 (Aug 25, 2009)
I just don't understand why I need BOTH setpoint.exe and setpoint.exe*32 running at the SAME time. Logitech have yet to reply to my message from about 3 weeks ago. Other than the fact I now have 2 setpoints.exe and KHALMNPR.exe taking a combined usage of 39,756k thats almost 40MEG just for keyboard drivers, they work as they should. SHAME about the MASSIVE waste of memory. My previouse keyboard (A4tech) took about 600-700K to do the SAME thing as these legitech drivers.
Reviewing 4.70 (Feb 1, 2009)
it works but not so good.
Reviewing 4.60 (May 20, 2008)
as usual, no changelog. after uberoptions (separate download) have been applied, a decent a decent driver package.
Reviewing 4.24 (Dec 10, 2007)
What has changed?
Reviewing 4.24 (Dec 9, 2007)
Works absolutely fine for my MX3200 desktop!
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