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9.0 (Dec 24, 2011)
Just a quick question, what's the difference between this and Pale Moon? Pale Moon has been compiling a 64bit version of Firefox for a much longer time and this just seems like a lazier clone (no 32bit version).
B23-Irem Beta (Sep 25, 2011)
www.peerblock.com does this, is free, been around a long time, and (arguably) a much more trustworthy source.
2008.0.3.13 (Mar 19, 2008)
I can't possibly write a rating higher then a 3....it really needs to be able to remove Symantec antivirus as well, I mean its almost the same program, made by the same company. Instead of relying on customers writing and updating large .bat files and huge .reg files. As for everyones comments on it being bloated, it bogs down my system far less then every other av I tried, except for the non-live scanning ones, which shouldn't count.
But since we're straying off topic anyway give me a chance to scream spyware are viruses too, I shouldn't need two separate programs scanning every file my computer accesses, for --- sakes someone make a program for both!
1.8 Build 6838 Alpha (Dec 11, 2007)
No spyware that we know of...considering all the amounts of data sent to how many different ip's it'd be kind of hard to figure out if it was.
Ever since they sold out I don't trust them anymore, neither do a lot of people, and I'm fairly convinced that as soon as theres an alternative that isn't extreme bloat/adware(bitcomet) or just extremely slow and crappy (azur...the frog, I can't ever spell it right) then utorrent will loose most the remaining people who are crossing their fingers hoping all their torrent activity isn't being sold to RIAA/MPAA or some advertising company.
I give it a 3 because its still one of the lightest, and most stable torrent programs out there, and because there's a small *chance* this isn't spyware. It really needs its source opened if the creators want its customers to stop dropping, and have any hope of regaining the popularity it once had.
220.127.116.117 Beta (Nov 8, 2007)
I give it a 3, as its still one of the most common messengers and makes web cam easy, and while bloated its still crashes far less then Skype. Also ICQ is still the best IM client IMHO because the messages are directly peer-to-peer and not routed through some mystery (untrustworthy?) middle server, which also makes transfers faster, and most importantly its the only IM I know of where I can right-click on my contacts to get their current/last known IP address, useful if your pals don't have a static.
18.104.22.1687 Beta (Jul 28, 2011 - 3:14 PM)
They only raised their rates if you want to have DVD's mailed to you, if your just streaming online then the price actually dropped.
22.214.171.1247 Beta (Jul 28, 2011 - 3:13 PM)
ATV 1 or 2?
126.96.36.1997 Beta (Jul 27, 2011 - 1:03 PM)
Maybe I'm just old, but for the first 10 years or so on the internet I remember being bombarded with warnings from everyone and everywhere to never ever provide any real personal information on the internet or BBS under any circumstances.
Honestly.. I suppose I may have taken it to literally with all the surveys I filled out as if it was opposite day, but none the less it's a hard habit to break. =)
188.8.131.527 Beta (Jun 1, 2011 - 7:17 AM)
Not very likely to happen, I don't text on a curving road unless its empty and noone is approaching plus you can see a long distance ahead of you, or if it's a single lane in a area with a 15mph speed limit, but only if there's no kids around.
When once I would have taken 5-10 minutes to type each word, with a lot of glances down and maybe a couple "close calls", these days I've practiced enough to type blindfolded. Most the time in a conversation is spent writing not reading anyway, and for that part I never have to take my eye's off the road. Nothing has to be typed *asap*, its one of the great things about text. if you need to it can just sit there and wait a minute or 30 while you wait for traffic to clear with a good amount of excessive space for reaction times.
And to address your comment "on your phone or texting", I'm working noon to midnight the rest of this week, and I was working midnight till noon last weekend. I'll have headset on making calls every day because otherwise I would definatly be drifting out of my lane a few times. Your welcome.
184.108.40.2067 Beta (Jun 1, 2011 - 6:43 AM)
Maybe my anger’s a little misdirected, and maybe I shouldn’t drive, but I have real concerns - not this “boo-who I should have been paying attention” regret from people who probably got into their car without taking driving nearly serious enough, and now they want a scapegoat to say it wasn’t their fault.