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184.108.40.206(c4) (Nov 11, 2012)
This is a great little word processor. However, it won't correctly do Avery label templates which is a deal killer for me. I bought it several years ago and used it for a bit and just tried the latest version. Would I rather have
22.0.1229.79 (Sep 25, 2012)
I used Netscape until 1998 when I switched to Opera ($30 or so at the time) and used Opera until 2011 when I switched to Chrome. I find the extensions replace everything I ever used in Opera and then some. They're great. Firefox doesn't has adequate add-ons and neither does Opera which leaves Chrome as having the most functionality. It's fast, easy (although there is a learning curve and requires time to try extensions) and clean. It does not spy on you so forget that concern. What it does do is save your bookmarks and configuration so you can move from one computer to another or to Android and be completely set up. I love it.
12.01.1528 Beta (Jul 27, 2012)
Is Trash Can a feature? Hmm. Anyhow, Opera is OK. Both Chrome and Firefox have picked up features from Opera. Opera does not have a big catalog of extensions (neither does Firefox really) so it loses some functionality.I used Opera exclusively for 11 years and now only use it occasionally because I got tired of hitting web pages that under-performed in Opera. It has many, many features built in that you only get with add-ons in Firefox and Chrome, such as speed dial. There is no perfect browser as they all have problems. They don't have the same problems so when one doesn't work, one of the others will. I know nothing about IE as I haven't used it at all since 1997.
2012.04.25 (Apr 26, 2012)
Dajukebox has a differnt way of cataloging and displaying your music library from WinAmp, JetAudio, Monkey's Audio, etc.. I am glad to see someone take a whole new approach. The author's website has video help files and seems to me to be pretty complete. It will take a while for the controls to become natural but at this point I think it's great. I'd say give it a try. It's free so nothing to lose here.
2 Beta 105 (Jan 19, 2012)
Very interesting. Quick and easy to use. I may update this after playing with it for a while but so far -- only a quick overview -- it's a worthy program. May not be everyone's cup of tea but it's a lot of fun to play with. It's not going to either replace DxO Optics, my main processing program, but it's a whole different course for the not-so-serious photographer who wants to have some fun.