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5.0 (Jun 17, 2005)
SecureCRT is a great program and makes it very easy to get a lot of work done. The great news is 5.0 now includes Tabs!!! If you are like me, you will no longer need to search through the 5 different shell windows you have opened to try and figure out, which one you actually need. 4 wasn't a great improvement over 3, but I think 5 justifies an upgrade.
4.1.0 Beta (May 19, 2005)
Despite what anomoly said this release has nothing to do with getting money out of users. Donations are a reasonable request considering he developed the protocol. Plus, all you have to do is say you've donated and it stops bugging you.
Anyways, back to the software. Even though not posted here, the new version supports trackerless torrents. Now you no longer need to have a dedicated tracker to share files with other people. Everyone with a client and a website can now host torrents. See http://www.bittorrent.com/trackerless.html for details.
4.1.0 Beta (Mar 11, 2009 - 12:29 PM)
It's an annual fee for the iPhone, but there are no restrictions on the number of applications you can submit.
4.1.0 Beta (Dec 11, 2007 - 12:08 PM)
I just don't see the upside to this. Spend $399 dollars for a system that requires me to pay a monthly fee for internet and pay nearly the same price of a bluray disk for 1080i HD movie content. If this was software that could run on any computer that would be one thing.
It's a nice step in the right direction, but for now I say just pick up a 40GB PS3 for the same price and more functionality.
4.1.0 Beta (Jan 25, 2007 - 5:55 PM)
From other comments Apple has made it sound like they will allow some 3rd party programs, but that they'll have to go through some type of approval process. While this may seem like a pain, from a users standpoint I think it really is the right way to go. I'm not sure if anyone else has had to deal with installing a recommended 3rd party program on a Treo, only to find that while running it, it clears out all settings and renders your phone useless. I've already had to go through the joys of a hard reset on my Treo 650 4 times.
The key for Apple will be whether or not they can develop enough programs to satisfy current "smartphone" users.
4.1.0 Beta (Apr 3, 2006 - 1:30 PM)
Yeah, $5 would be a reasonable price, though I'd also want them to enable the ability to create a DVD of the content.
4.1.0 Beta (Apr 3, 2006 - 1:06 PM)
How do they expect to sell downloadable movies for more then the price of a DVD? Take Walk the Line for instance. Movelink offers it for $26.99, while Best Buy offers it for $14.99. So you get to pay more for a lower quality, less accessible, and no extra features.
I don't understand how they can build a business around this. Movie downloads do not translate in the same way Audio downloads do. Without some extra incentives (cheaper price, earlier availability) no one is going to go for this.
*edit* Also, whats up with them not supporting any browser other then IE? */edit*