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1.2 Release 4 (r2200) Beta (Oct 14, 2010)
I really like the ease of use and responsiveness of Sumatra PDF. And having a native x64 build is great. However, the 1.2 has a small flaw, you cannot "go to" pages anymore by selecting a page number.
4.0 Beta 5 (Sep 7, 2010)
This is getting to be a bad habit. Every beta of Firefox 4.0 has the same issue when I try to upgrade. It crashes instead of upgrading. So every restart enters a repeating loop of start the upgrade, check extensions, crash, ask for error report, close down and repeat. Yeah, it's probably something to do with using the 32-bit version (because of Adobe Flash) on Windows 7x64, but still...
220.127.116.11 (Sep 2, 2010)
I had to stop using ImgBurn when I got a laptop with Windows 7 x64 because working with Cue and several other issues kept crashing it. The latest update 2.5.2 seems to have fixed them. Now if only they'd compile a native x64 version.
0.7.6 (May 13, 2010)
A for effort, C for execution, hence the four stars.
Oh, I liked how it made things look, but there is a glitch in how it works. When I opened an application, such as notepad or wordpad, there is a perceptible flicker as the cleartype is overriden by the gdipp setting. Also there is no graphical application that I could find for fine tuning the settings.
1.88 (May 11, 2010)
I really like the free version of this program when I was using XP, but not that I'm using Windows 7, I cannot use it. I cannot use it because only the Pro Version supports x64. Sure it's a minor quibble, but it's seems like an unnecessary tax for using a 64 bit system.
1.88 (Mar 25, 2008 - 10:49 AM)
I think that Lily is being a major hypocrite about Apple and Safari. After all Firefox pushes updates the same way, just more intently. Every time I run Firefox, either 2.0.12 or Minefield, and there is an update to an extension or to the browser I get informed that an update is ready. And in some cases such as a new browser version, the update will be preloaded and I have to accept or reject the install.