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  1. Review - RocketCake for Windows

    1.0.4 (Jan 8, 2016)

    30 Day Evaluation full function, then need to purchase so says the EULA.
    Though website says is freebie and then there is a Pro ver for 39 Euro

    Anyways confusion is created when the EULA states it's 30 days.
    As well website states ver 1.0 though d/load is 1.0.4 so with this I have no idea if freebie or not.

    Copy of this posted to developer for more info

    UPDATE from Developer: "...You are right, the EULA seems to mention a 30 day trial confusingly, this is not correct. It is a copy'n' paste error from our other product. Will be removed with the next update. RocketCake is of course free to use. :) And about the version: There is version 1.0.4, because the previous versions were the beta versions. 1.0.4 is the first stable, public free version. ..."

    So with fast response I can only hope any support will be the same so rates a 5 for quick response and the program seems pretty good though it does open up and want you to choose from a limited amount of themes which you can click out of the way. Has tools for Html5 drag and drop vid, publish to social media etc... though it lacks a Html5 slide show in the same tool bar.
    For free, pretty good stuff.

  2. Review - O&O ShutUp10

    1.0.1344.1 (Aug 27, 2015)

    Great program saves tons of time manually doing this.
    Only problem is that of course turning these things off puts warnings and other stuff in the Event Viewer.
    Email them like I did say great program but can you cure the errors in Event Viewer that this causes.
    It will be a better program for it and they are receptive to feedback.
    BIG 5 *'s

  3. Review - AMD Catalyst Drivers for Windows

    15.7.1 (Aug 24, 2015)

    All works well but if the screen resizes too large with icons, task bar missing
    it may be possible to drag the menu open and hit run and enter ccc.exe and go into the panel and find scaling options so can resize your screen.

    Drivers seem fine but I do agree that this program is getting much to large as well if look in Windows Event Viewer and check out the issues that these guys let slide in every version.

    AMD fix your mess your causing in Event Viewer as well as the issues that cause the reports to be sent to MS.
    This is not the way to release a finished product.

  4. Review - BS1 Professional Time Billing

    2015.5 (Jul 15, 2015)

    Maybe free but need to be running Delphi source code $2000 bucks plus.
    Check out their site.
    For lack of more information and what needs to be run with this program I have to rate it for a bad description of what else it needs to run

  5. Review - AMD Catalyst Drivers for Windows

    15.7 (Jul 10, 2015)

    15.7 Well this install proved disastrous. It resized my screen too large and when set it back to proper aspects everything again was too large. Resized again and it was like monster sized icons, As well it lost my trash can. Uninstall did not prove at all helpful and had to restore my cpu to a earlier time. Trash can turned up but the folders I had open were so far off screen I could not drag them back and had to look up how to get them back to middle of the screen. So all in all take your chances and make a restore point, have all windows closed if going to try this out. I will wait for another release.

  6. Comment - Microsoft: Firefox users in danger due to more frequent updates

    15.7 (Dec 2, 2007 - 4:07 AM)

    What a wack of BS this guy is.
    I would take any software that gets updated and fixed regardless of who makes it over software that does not.

    For Firefox at least it advises you that there is a update available and there is nothing to worry about with the install. No reboot needed.

    I only wish that they would incorporate this type of updating in Mozilla SeaMonkey as that is my preference of a browser.

    As for fighting over a browser, who cares as long as people develop their web pages using the standard of ANY Web Browser as per www.anybrowser dot org/campaign/

  7. Comment - MS: $4,000 for Daylight Saving Fix

    15.7 (Feb 28, 2007 - 11:46 PM)

    Figures MS would do something like this.
    They should be providing it free.