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1.0 RC2 (Jan 9, 2006)
This program opened 5 instance of outlook, each 30MB in size into my RAM. In addition, it only showed up half the time and I could not figure out how to move it to a different part of the desktop.
10.0.593.0 (Dec 8, 2005)
It's okay, but PerfectDisk is the best defragger I've used, it's by far the fastest, and it's the only one that COMPLETELY defrags.
0.4 (Apr 7, 2005)
I've tried using this, and it took a LOT of tweaking just to get it to connect to AIM correctly. Then there's the missing features that other clients like GAIM and Trillian include. This uses an older protocol to connect to AIM, which is lacking. It's nice that it's free and like Trillian has a small memory footprint, but I still think Trillian is a much better client, especially if you spring for trillian pro.
0.9.0 Public Beta (Apr 7, 2005)
WTF? You have to pay $20 to use this? Why? Netflix already has a nice website.
1.0 RC3 Build 353 (Dec 8, 2004)
BTW, don't use POP3, use MyMail, it supports SSL.
1.0 RC3 Build 353 (Oct 10, 2007 - 5:19 PM)
Safari is beautiful.....it puts other mobile browsers to shame 100x over. It's not just that it renders pages like you'd see on your computer, but the touch interface, the high res screen, and the fact that you can use the whole screen for safari just make it great. I honestly don't know if a mobile firefox on a current WM6 device could even compete simply b/c of the interface and screen real estate safari gets on the iPhone.
1.0 RC3 Build 353 (Oct 8, 2007 - 3:56 PM)
Heh....I would assume Windows would have more "limitations of the UI" than OS X.
1.0 RC3 Build 353 (Sep 5, 2007 - 2:48 PM)
The iPhone 8GB is now $400 too....so you decide which is more worth it, another 8GB in memory or the phone capabilities.
1.0 RC3 Build 353 (Aug 23, 2007 - 6:18 PM)
Or possible because you're relying on Windows to keep it all straight instead of linux or OS X:D
1.0 RC3 Build 353 (Aug 23, 2007 - 3:46 PM)
Yeah, I honestly don't know how a tech-centric site could get windows mobile confused with windows live. Nokia's will continue to run Symbian based OSes, No where have I read that they'll be running the Windows Mobile OS.