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3.22 (Jan 13, 2008)
This is a great program... I've been using it since it first became available and seen how it has evolved. Issues/bugs are fixed pretty quick and having in mind this is a FREE app, that was designed to replace the Paint application included in Windows, you get an amazing set of features.
Keep the good work!
Release Candidate 1 (Dec 6, 2007)
Why screw Vista? Windows Server 2008 and Vista SP1 are build on the same code.
Just get SP1 RC1 installed :)
10.2 RC1 (Nov 27, 2006)
I think before posting a review, people needs to research about what they plan to give opinion and write.
1. Microsoft has not bought any OS from Novell, so they haven't purchased SUSE in any way.
2. If you want interoperatibility, Microsoft offers a product called "Services for Unix" (which won two consecutive LinuxWorld awards) that precisely does that.
So, the fact Microsoft strike a deal with Novell doesn't mean they will have any control over SuSE... read, research, understand... then write reviews!
7.0.2 (Nov 1, 2006)
And people complains about Microsoft software being buggy... iTunes 7.0 is the buggier software I've ever seen from Apple... maybe they are learning to develop the Redmond way???
Now, I'm stuck with a media player that doesn't talk with basically anything else, and the software is a piece of crap.
Long live to Zune... and show this Apple guys how to do things better!
4.00 Build 552 Beta (Apr 10, 2006)
It seems you haven't worked for a big enterprize-size company where most of users share printers (desktop printers are way more expensive than networked printers when you look at TCO).
Now, about the tool, it looks like it is designed for small businesses and not for medium sized to big companies. It's UI shows this approach and I seriously doubt this application is scalable enough to handle 500 to 700 print queues.
4.00 Build 552 Beta (Jun 27, 2009 - 3:00 PM)
When is Mac OS X without Safari shipping? ;)
4.00 Build 552 Beta (Oct 13, 2008 - 10:16 AM)
Maybe because there is no device on those platforms (Windows Mobile, Simbian, or Android) that offers the same level of user experience than the iPhone?
Lots of wannabes, however not a single one that really compares to the iPhone in easiness of use.
4.00 Build 552 Beta (Aug 2, 2008 - 8:05 PM)
...and crapier too... ;)
4.00 Build 552 Beta (Aug 2, 2008 - 8:02 PM)
Yes, they don't make the indivitual components, but they design their computers (motherboard included), determine what components to use, and write all drivers. That basically gives them full control over where their Mac OS will run. Just imagine what happen to the slickness of Mac OS if Apple had to deal with the millions of hardware combinations Windows has to deal with. Not sure it will be "slick" anymore.
4.00 Build 552 Beta (Aug 2, 2008 - 8:00 PM)
Did you know MS-released drivers are submitted by hardware manufacturers? The ATI drivers you are referring to, are made by ATI. If you don't like those, go to www.ati.com and download the latest from there...
You know, complaininig is easy and free... it takes a couple of clicks to resolve the issue.