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4.00.4064 (Mar 26, 2013)
The only trustworthy "cleaner" in the market. I don't use the regitry cleaning part but the rest of it works sooo well! I payed for the Pro version just because I wanted to donate something. ;-) I feel bad using free software on a daily basis.
1.6.2 (Jan 15, 2013)
I'm amazed at the latest comments. People here are supposed to be geeks in some way. I can't believe that you're crying about a checkmark or a "decline" button. Seriously, are you THAT short-minded? The program itself is very good and now they even offer a light version of an Acrobat-like app for free. Yes there's adware THAT CAN BE AVOIDED. I understand that my clients CANNOT read through the several NEXT > NEXT > NEXT install dialogs but YOU?
220.127.116.1183 (Nov 8, 2011)
I do completely agree with roj. It's disgusting to see at least the last three releases with a time frame of two-three days before the "minimal" exes are distributed. The website shows "pending" next to the minimal releases.
I've seen others do this, as Piriform with their flagship CCleaner, where you can't find its "slim" exe until some days have passed after the official release.
With CCleaner there aren't any problems so far using their standard installer (at least I haven't run into malware yet) but I'm not going to try CDBurnerXP default installer because I consider OpenCandy very risky.
Another developer that failed into evil is Core Temp, which now by default installs malware into your computer. You have to explicitly check "other downloads" to be able to see the standalone exes.
I know that those vendors need some kind of revenue for their efforts, but I prefer to pay for extra functionality rather than be crippled with malware without advice.
5.1 (Jul 20, 2011)
5.0 (Jun 18, 2011)
To traumadoc: I can't believe that you're so blind. Firefox states that it's a beta because it's a WEBSITE link. It still loads the beta page of their website but that doesn't mean that the application is actually a beta. Probably they'll update the link when the release is offcial so you will install the same EXE file and NOT show that it's a beta. Also, there's no feedback button in the browser, so...
5.0 (Aug 18, 2011 - 8:44 AM)
Absolutely true. I find its account settings too much geeky. Outlook is so intuitive to setup. I'd honestly prefer to use TB if it was easier to understand but for today I'm an Outlook happy user.
5.0 (Aug 12, 2011 - 7:06 AM)
10 years of XP. Enough already! Upgrade your PCs and get the amazing W7!
5.0 (Jul 20, 2011 - 2:30 PM)
OMG. This is too much for me. How can you put an ad about Real.com??? The company should be closed already! People be careful and don't install this kind of sh¡tty software.
5.0 (Jun 17, 2011 - 10:03 AM)
I still don't get why people would trust ANY of the so called 'cloud' backup services. How difficult can be to make a TrueCrypt pendrive? It's very easy and useful. I'd never trust an online service dealing with my bytes. NEVER.
5.0 (Apr 4, 2011 - 11:37 AM)
OMG! I just read the news and went to the ACD Systems website to find out the ridiculous $240 pricing for v4! AFAIK v3 was in the approx. $150-$175 range so they raised the bar extremely high! Even more ridiculous, there's only a 30% discount for current registered users... I think that they will fail big time with this approach. Encouraging piracy to say the least!
Sure, there's the home version, ACDSee Photo Manager 12, which is not as expensive. But one has to realize that $240 is too much even for a "pro" app. As someone suggested, Lightroom is not that expensive in comparison and AFAIK does a better job.
ACD Systems you've gone too far this time!