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16.00 (Mar 3, 2010)
Boot 1-2 seconds, 20Mb file load less in than that, as many or as few toolbars as you want or need, an interface that can be adapted to my current use of the editor Ofcourse I have to admit that the 12Mb footprint is pushing my system to it's limits but then again maybe not. Bought the lifetime licence for $19.95 ages ago, never looked back.
3.38 (Jan 7, 2009)
The program throttles down CPU heavy rendering software till the program crashes, reports a responsiveness between 2-8% with a CPU load of 15-25%. Tried to contact support, no rely aka no sale. Nice idea but no support.
3.1.2243 (Sep 14, 2008)
Used the program for a weeks, does what it's supposed to do, even manages it without using a lot of resources. Then suddenly it goes on a rampage and declares one program after another "unsafe" and deletes then associated .exe files, in this mode Vipre doesn't bother with the Quarantaine, the .exe files are very securely deleted. Don't bother to try and re-install the software, once Vipre has declared a program unsafe it remains unsafe. The issue above happened also in the later versions of Counterspy but were dumped by support as "impossible".
The only way around it is to uninstall Vipre , re-install the trashed software and reinstall Vipre, after that Vipre has no problems with those programs even during a deep scan.
3.1 (Nov 3, 2007)
fast and reliable, unlimited clients
$49 buys you 1(one) server license that is only valid for the hardware that it's first installed on, any change to that PC (new harddrive, new videoboard or even an OS reinstall ) requires you to buy a new license. So don't buy if you plan to upgrade in the near future.
I moved to Remote Control Pro,just as fast and a lot cheaper ($15 per server, 2 minimum) plus it couldn't care less what you change in your hardware as long as you don't exceed the number of servers in your license.
3.0 (Mar 29, 2007)
Radmin 3 works OK most of the time, BUT a reinstall, even within a few days of purchase (HDD crash), requires you to buy a new licence at $50. Support is non-excistant, sales and or support only reply to emails before you buy the licence. A negative rating would be better.
3.0 (Jun 20, 2004 - 5:50 AM)
Always amazes me how fast the courts run when it comes to declaring something illegal when it may hurt the multi-media industry, while anything that can physically hurt and kill people is very legal as long as you get a 2bit licence.
Why is there no one out in front of that courthouse that yells "it's not software that makes copies , it's people that do it".