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    Fred G. Sanford

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  1. Review - Pale Moon

    25.3.1 (Apr 22, 2015)

    Completely agree with the previous two reviewers. Pale Moon used to be my favorite browser, but the dev has broken off compatibility with Firefox, rendering too many websites unreachable and too many extensions nonfunctional. Time to find another browser.

  2. Review - ZoneAlarm Free (May 2, 2014)

    Quoting directly from a moderator in ZoneAlarm's forum:

    "The software is provided for Free. A lot of very expensive dollars go into developing Free security software. So in exchange for Free software we require the changing of the Browsers homepage and or browser search provider along with a toolbar."

  3. Review - Google Chrome for Windows

    32.0.1700.102 (Jan 28, 2014)

    It wanted your SS#? Forget it, not going to install anymore Chrome versions.

  4. Review - Miranda IM

    0.10.20 (Dec 18, 2013)

    I've lost count of the number of minor point release "upgrades" this application has gotten in the last few years, with virtually no actual improvements to its functionality, only bugfixes. The developers willfully ignore all requests - see their forum for endless examples of this. It's basically going in circles at this point and we'll sadly never see a "Version 1.0".

  5. Review - Google Chrome for Windows

    28.0.1500.72 (Jul 15, 2013)

    Closing in on version 30 and the UI is still a skeletal joke. No bookmarks sidebar. More advanced functions are buried several clicks deep. Devs ignore all requests, comments and complaints. even though Google has a Chrome forum and blog to solicit feedback. The only changes from version to version seem to be neurotic tweaks of the interface that do nothing - buttons and menus change in design, position and spacing for no apparent reason.