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1.0 Final (Jan 17, 2003)
It works as a final. Although I have crashed the program by changing the Folder Watcher properties, everything works otherwise. Also, the "MS Outlook" related components works for Outlook 2000 under Win2000 too. Now the only thing missing is an quick application launcher components and make it dock to any side of the screen.
Beta 5 (Dec 28, 2002)
Nice looking but this thing still have too much bugs to be a good sidebar. Most of the components added after install do not work at all and creash thr whole program. This cannot be a major release. They have a long way to go. But when everything works, it may be very good ineed.
1.1 (Jan 17, 2002)
Unfortunately this time if you remove the ad-ware from the program it will not load anymore, unless you pay for it -- I guess. This time it also has Cydoor too. Otherwise, a good program.
1.1 (Sep 16, 2000 - 1:04 AM)
6th Edition? Let's see, we have win95, win95a, win95b, win95c, win98 and win98SE. So WinME should be 7th edition, Win95 v.7.
1.1 (Jul 27, 2000 - 10:36 AM)
Someone must have pay this guy to write such an article. This article looks more like a introduction printed on a software box. Anyway, for the components included, you can find a counterpart in Microsoft office 2000 family (Word, Excel, Access, Powerpoint, Outlook, Frontpage, Photodraw, Visio, IE, VBA, ...etc., plus Microsoft also has Project & Publisher that StarOffice does not currently include.) no innovation involved whatsoever. But then again, what can you expect free from Sun?
1.1 (Jun 30, 2000 - 12:14 AM)
1) I believe the first publicly available browser is "NCSA Mosaic", which both Netscape and IE are based on. Of course Netscape turns itself into crap by not listening to the customer and IE actually grow into a fat but healthy boy.
2) To Netscape: Get 6.0 done now instead.
1.1 (Mar 25, 2000 - 5:24 AM)
Let hope that this is a real service pack and it's a patch. I remember IE4.01 SP1 & SP2: I am actually installing a new version over an old one and waste a lot of time doing so. In my view, service pack are supposed to be patches and small (compared to downloading a old software) but in real life, when software companies (including Microsoft and others) release service packs or update, they usually require us to download the whole piece of software,wasting time. they should release patches that replaces the parts that need to be updated and append to files that codes needed to be changed!
1.1 (Mar 24, 2000 - 3:46 AM)
Open Source is not a quality. It is a choice. I don't care about what philosophy or ethics behind Linux, I cannot do what I want on an OS and I'll see the last of that OS. Plain and Simple. I do care who makes it and how good or bad it is. That's it.
By the way, it is always interesting to find people saying they crash their Win9X daily, because I have built at least 60 different computers with hundreds of hardware combination and installed Win9X on them, they rarely (for Win98 machines, one in half a year at most)
crashes. I have not seen any blue screen in the past 2 years on my computer. What happened on those people's computer. Really need to study their cases.