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3.22 (Jan 14, 2008)
Excellent program all the way around, and I always look forward to the new features in each release. It's easy to use, and it's generally fast and stable.
I'm a huge fan of the fact that the default format is PNG, since JPG image quality degrades over time, and it's just as compatible with GIF and JPG formats (unless you use transparency and IE6, but seriously, it's time to upgrade browsers already).
Service Pack 1 (08.01.0240.006) (Nov 29, 2007)
Mmmmmm, Exchange Server 2007!
Mmmmmm, Service Pack!
Build 11/19/07 (Nov 20, 2007)
Mark is a genius, and his utilities make my job so much easier.
1.0 Updated (Nov 6, 2007)
Despite being promised a few months ago that x64 and Server 2003 support would be included in the "next" build, there is still no support for XP x64 or Server 2003.
Very, very bad call by the Windows Live Installer team.
That said, the Windows Live Suite itself is fantastic. The apps are very easy to use and fully featured.
9.0 RC1 (Oct 1, 2007)
OMG! They still make this crap?
It's a bit redundant since it uses the Firefox engine and source base now... just use Firefox directly and skip all the excess crap that Netscrape packs into it.
9.0 RC1 (Jan 23, 2008 - 8:09 AM)
Microsoft has had its fair share of stupid ideas over the years, but this is definitely one of the dumber ideas with regard to IE.
There is, of course, a simpler solution---
QUIRKS MODE-- IE7 and earlier rendering.
STANDARDS MODE-- IE8 (and later) rendering in STANDARDS COMPLIANT MODE.
9.0 RC1 (Jan 22, 2008 - 1:02 PM)
What? You don't like oversized, non-edible pieces of Chiclet Gum?
9.0 RC1 (Jan 18, 2008 - 7:39 AM)
Had you ended your thought with the first paragraph I would have agreed with you entirely.
The second paragraph is just plain fanaticism. The reality is that in addition to the market share increase many of these vendors, which if you notice are security and network vendors, are recognizing the shortcomings of OSX.
9.0 RC1 (Jan 16, 2008 - 9:57 AM)
What an expensive price to pay for an overheated, underpowered, pretty face. The lack of a card reader, USB ports, CD/DVD drive and a swappable battery makes this absolutely useless.
I mean seriously, let me get this straight, if I want to walk over to another computer and put in a CD/DVD/media card, I can access it over the network? Great, but why wouldn't I just stay at the computer with the media?
9.0 RC1 (Jan 15, 2008 - 2:33 PM)
So basically it's a anti-laptop docking station with backup functionality (that works over wireless)? I agree with PC_Tool, it sounds an awful lot like Windows Home Server except not really as expandable or usable.