1.3.1 (Mar 22, 2012)
Used to be a great programm... However, the bundled SweetIM broke my Google Chrome profile so all of my other extensions and settings were lost. Beware.
3.0.3 (Sep 27, 2008)
Security fixes, nothing to review but nice to have I guess.
0.92.1-1 (Feb 21, 2008)
It's the only anti-virus solution I have on my computer. I don't want to use a resident scanner since those always slow down the computer considerably and I have bad experiences with removal of such programs (they integrate themselves completely in the filesystem and TCP/IP stack and the uninstallers are not always able to remove everything which can leave you with a non-working OS).
All I do is to scan ALL of my downloads to make sure that no virus gets installed and I've been virus-free for years.
1.2 (Feb 8, 2008)
Of course it can create other archives. If you check the "Save as type" dropdown when you use "New Archive" you will find that it can create 7z, zip, gz, bz2 and tar archives.
20070809 rev1413 (Aug 10, 2007)
Simply the best all-in-one solution.
20070809 rev1413 (Oct 18, 2010 - 11:00 AM)
20070809 rev1413 (Jan 23, 2006 - 4:33 AM)
why not just "next version"?
20070809 rev1413 (Jan 17, 2006 - 3:08 AM)
I can't understand what problems you are having. I've been using FF for a long time without ever having to delete my profile. Whenever a new version comes out, I simply install it over. I am running a couple of plugins and extensions without any problems (Flashgot, Adblock Plus, PDF Download, Tabbrowser Preferences, Web Developer, CustomizeGoogle, Adblock FilterSet Updater, CuteMenus, IE Tab, Greasemonkey). Some of the previous versions used to crash without me noticing but this hasn't happened in weeks with the latest builds.
20070809 rev1413 (Jan 16, 2006 - 2:28 PM)
Just to make YOU wonder ;) Nah, there's lots of news here which has nothing to do with Betas.
20070809 rev1413 (Jan 16, 2006 - 2:19 PM)
Uh, not quite. Not only "they are doing poorly", but more along the lines of, "they will NEVER make it."