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1.4 (Mar 7, 2008)
4.7.0 (Mar 4, 2008)
Good program, but I stick to v3.8. All these new 4.0 versions try to focus on the "uninstall" abilities of this program, abilities which are no different from Windows' uninstaller. This program is all about its ability to create snapshots before and after software installs (or after running a program to see what files it creates while running). I preferred when it opened directly to this interface and not the uninstaller - its one extra button to click which I can never seem to learn how to find. Just make it load up into the snapshot portion of the program, please.
2.1 (Mar 3, 2008)
Microsoft needs to stop being so protective over a dumb letter E. The last I checked, the letter "E" existed well before the creation of Microsoft. Big changes in the past couple builds have been the changing IE7pro icon. They need to settle on something...I like the current icon, though it looks like a pie with 25% of it cut out.
4.0 (Mar 3, 2008)
It is a welcome improvement. Its too bad that these kinds of updates are separated by 3+ years.
While a great antispyware tool, are immunizations from activex really necessary in a world of IE6SP2/IE7/Firefox/Opera? Ditto for cookie immunizations... :P.
The people who have IE6 or IE6SP1, who are still vulnerable to malicious activex exploits, will never know to find this software to protect themselves anyway :P.
1.8.6 (Mar 3, 2008)
Did they ever fix the issue with the corrupted installer? I always had to get v1.84 because the v1.85 installer downloaded corrupt from their servers.
1.8.6 (Sep 6, 2008 - 8:24 PM)
Your statement is completely true.
The NFL streaming business model is so stupid:
-Create an online streaming service for all games, but make it only available to overseas users. Majority of football fans are in the US.
-Create an online streaming of NBC SNF that only works for US users - they seem to forget that all US users get NBC over the air where as people overseas might not get the game on their TV service.
NFL needs to wise up...their streaming model is a complete joke.
1.8.6 (Sep 4, 2008 - 3:51 AM)
Stupid telcos are just sitting on their bums playing with their antiquated copper wire system, which does not provide enough bandwidth to fill the growing demand. Verizon is taking action with FiOS, but jeez, they are taking their time rolling it out.
Some cities have taken the initiative and built city-wide fiber internet for all residents because they can't stand waiting for the telcos to do anything. Such a pity.
1.8.6 (Aug 29, 2008 - 12:54 AM)
Everyone contact Senator Specter. He is the guy to handle this!
Form is at the bottom of the page.
1.8.6 (Aug 29, 2008 - 12:16 AM)
Just a little under 4 days...
3 days, 22 hours, 48 minutes, 53 seconds
1.8.6 (Aug 29, 2008 - 12:03 AM)
So I guess that with Comcast now not having to worry about excessive bandwidth killing their network, they will have time to focus on other things and more bandwidth for TV.
So I guess we will see more QAM channels, fewer channels moved from analog to digital, more digital channels...ohhh yeah *sarcasm*.