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220.127.116.11 (Feb 20, 2013)
I wasn't sure whether to use this or not so I gave it a test drive on one of my laptops and I must say I was very impressed. I experienced 0 slow downs on the laptop. I can only assume it does what it's supposed to do because I don't usually get infections on my PC's. So far so good, it seems to be very seamless.
18.104.22.168 (Feb 20, 2013)
It seems to do what it says, hard to tell since I don't have anything to detect but I did run it. Unlike a previous reviewer I noticed in the description that it expires in 10 days so that would be foolish for me to use that as a negative feature on a review.
22.214.171.124 Beta (Jul 10, 2012)
Not freeware as advertised, 30 day trial.
1.0.58 Beta (Nov 17, 2011)
It is very good, but it has one major drawback over Synergy, no linux version, so that makes it useless to me. I have no issues with synergy and I can move from linux to windows. I have no doubt this will get better with time.
4.43 Beta 14 (Mar 9, 2011)
It seems now in order to download the file to try it out you get redirected to the authors web site, then you have to 'register' or 'login' in order to access the download. Thanks but No thanks.
4.43 Beta 14 (Jan 13, 2011 - 4:30 PM)
Why even compare a PC to an iPad, not to mention at the moment it's a fad and will probably quickly die off when people experience the limitations.
4.43 Beta 14 (May 26, 2010 - 5:17 PM)
I get more enjoyment out of reading the comments from one of Joe's articles than reading it. I was however surprised to find out people still do.
4.43 Beta 14 (Jan 10, 2010 - 4:53 PM)
Typical Joe Wilcox clap trap. The biggest fanboi apple has.
4.43 Beta 14 (Dec 20, 2009 - 1:35 PM)
Operation Chokehold failed.
4.43 Beta 14 (Mar 31, 2009 - 5:07 PM)
During "earth hour" a reporter from a local radio station observed Al Gore's mansion to see if he was complying. The reporter stated he was the "only" reporter there and while Al did turn off the flood lights that illuminate his mansion he did not turn off the flood lights that illuminate his trees in his yard. Also reflections of several TV's were spotted inside the house and the inside was fully lit. I wonder if Al was actually in every room at the same time. I guess when you use 20 times the amount of electricity of the average consumer you might forget to turn off a light?