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Daniel's Profile

Member since July 15, 2005

  • Name

    Daniel Ingle

  • Location:

    Canada

Favorite Files

  1. AM-DeadLink
  2. ASCII Generator dotNET
  3. Shedko Folderico DnD
  4. Vuze for Windows

Recent Posts

  1. Review - SpyDLLRemover

    6.0 (Jul 7, 2014)

    Chrome has blocked its download because it says it's a threat. :-P

  2. Review - Everything

    1.3.4.666b Beta (Jun 24, 2014)

    Slow? What are you using, Andy? A 286? I have my main drive and 2 other hard drives and the search is still blazing fast. I still have the same opinion as my previous review. 5 stars.

  3. Review - Notepad++

    6.6.6 "Friday the 13th Edition" (Jun 13, 2014)

    Gave it it a 5 stars rating just because of the version number and the date it's out as in Friday the 13th. :-P Also did a screen capture!

  4. Review - Vuze for Windows

    5.3.0.1 Beta 15 (Apr 22, 2014)

    I actually just uninstalled VUZE. For some strange reason this version gives tons of absolutely unrelated results. Plus the fact that it came with an absolute bare bone list of sites to search. What the hell???

  5. Review - Vuze for Windows

    5.3.0.1 Beta 14 (Mar 21, 2014)

    If there is one absolute thing I'd like Vuze to change it's the search option. At the moment you input what you want to find then you get the results. Then and only then can you chose the type of results you want. As in music or video. That type of search option should be available BEFORE the search. That way you wouldn't end up with tons of useless results. Also, where the hell can we find up to date search templates?

  6. Comment - Google is right to demand people use real names

    5.3.0.1 Beta 14 (Jul 25, 2011 - 1:31 PM)

    Anonymity is something I cherish. Joining a social network using anonymity isn't wrong and it certainly doesn't mean I have nefarious intentions by doing so. . It only means I can break my anonymity by my own choice with only the people I feel I can do so. Kushan and PrivateOne more than complete what else I could have added.

  7. Comment - Google is right to demand people use real names

    5.3.0.1 Beta 14 (Jul 25, 2011 - 12:32 PM)

    "Google Protects You"

    It does? How about I decide who the hell protects me or not? How about all those supposedly secure websites that can't even keep secure? My point is simply that what Google just has said is that because I would want to use anonymity on the web that I am a potential criminal. Since I don't want my reply deleted I won't go on saying exactly what I think of this article praising lord google.

  8. Comment - When do you want Windows 8?

    5.3.0.1 Beta 14 (Jun 19, 2011 - 12:46 AM)

    I have to agree with Aires. Here's an idea. Sell a copy of Windows 8 for $10. It would work for, lets say 4 months or so. It would make it possible for Microsoft to iron out most of the problems people are inflicted upon from never used before operating systems. Think Windows Me and Vista.

    Yes, I do know that operating systems are released as betas but it simply isn't the same as REAL people using an operating system and shake out all the bugs. Why? Because beta users usually know what not to do to mess up a program, while people, like me, will usually find a way of breaking the unbreakables.

  9. Comment - Sony security a house of cards as more attacks surface

    5.3.0.1 Beta 14 (Jun 2, 2011 - 2:30 AM)

    For some strange reason I have no tears to shed for SONY. After all, weren't they the b'tards that decided it was a good thing to install rootkits on people's computers and deny doing so? They are simply getting their just slice of the pie.

  10. Comment - Fujifilm FinePix X100 first impressions review

    5.3.0.1 Beta 14 (May 7, 2011 - 10:35 PM)

    Stuck with a 35mm lens??? I learned how to take worthy pictures with a similar camera(it was film, though :P). With it I learned about "hyperfocal" and how it made for focus perfect pictures. I also learned about creativity and composition because of the imposed restrictions a "point and shoot" camera has.

    Look, an SLR is an awesome camera but using a camera like that one is a whole different way of thinking, creating, composing. Even when I finally got an SLR camera with multiple lenses I still loved using a 35mm lens. So, stuck you said? If only I could afford that camera...