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Yarik's Profile

Member since June 20, 2004

  • Name

    Yarik K

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    United States of America

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  1. Review - Tixati

    1.97 (Aug 20, 2014)

    Configurable UI with different color schemes and settings (guy below, who gave two stars on this fact, did not explore "options"). Auto updating block lists. No spyware/adware/crap. 64 bit version. Manual peer sorting, rejecting, choking, and bandwidth controls. Scheduler and just about every other feature you find in other clients. None are better.

  2. Review - Mozilla Firefox (Beta)

    32.0 Beta 3 (Aug 4, 2014)

    Great browser, has some issues but strengths outweigh the weaknesses by far.

  3. Review - XYplorer

    14.30.0200 (Jul 17, 2014)

    Most customizable file manager that's constantly updated with useful features!

    PS: aaverian works for mycommander, lol.

  4. Review - ATI Tray Tools Beta (Jun 12, 2014)

    This program hasn't been updated since 2011 and does not work with newer cards.

    That said, it was great, in 2011. Not sure why you decided to post it in 2014 when it hasn't worked for some years.

  5. Review - Bandizip

    5.0 (Jun 3, 2014)

    The best one around, and supports RAR5

  6. Comment - Samsung announces new Galaxy S smartphone and Galaxy Tab tablet models -- and they're hot

    5.0 (Feb 19, 2011 - 4:10 PM)

    I will not be buying any Samsung phones or tabs or mobile devices ever because Samsung is of the mindset that its customers must pay for software updates. Until this policy is revised I would not even consider it.

  7. Comment - That phone you're about to throw away could be worth $500

    5.0 (Mar 25, 2010 - 3:30 PM)

    So, where can I sell my phone? This article does not say.

  8. Comment - Opera Adds BitTorrent to Web Browser

    5.0 (Jul 6, 2005 - 2:18 PM)

    no of course not

  9. Comment - BitTorrent Creator Opens Online Search

    5.0 (May 26, 2005 - 12:22 AM)

    no, peopel that download valve games from bt would never usually pay for them, as what they are getting cannot be played in multiplayer.

  10. Comment - AOL Responds to AIM Privacy Concerns

    5.0 (Mar 14, 2005 - 4:20 PM)

    You shouldnt be talking about anything sensitive on aim anyways. And i doubt theyre going to release your "hi how r u today?" conversations, or even bother reading them.