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7.3.8 (Jun 10, 2015)
I can't believe it has been so long since this was rated! I use this a lot and it along with Irfanview it is one of the first things I put on a new build.
Where else can you get such a powerful little program and install it by hitting the trusted button with no fear of any crud riding in with it!
126.96.36.199 (Jan 4, 2015)
Works great! I have used a couple small utilities to do this before but I would lose them when going to another OS. They weren't even close to what this offers.
7 Beta 3.0 (Oct 1, 2013)
I used this in beta form when it first started and it worked quite well. At some time it became what it is today, quite unusable. Another example of tinkering with a good program until you ruin it.
188.8.131.5243 (Sep 24, 2013)
One of those enjoyable programs that just work!
4.36 (Jun 29, 2013)
As about a perfect piece of software you will find. Period.
4.36 (Jul 22, 2011 - 7:40 AM)
This was something I really enjoyed and shared. Hopefully there will be something comparable brought out.
4.36 (Jun 14, 2011 - 10:45 AM)
The instant on feature is something Windows could do but has had no interest in doing. Perhaps features available in the marketplace might push them a little bit. A fast startup (which might resemble a configureable Express Gate) with a command to later start the other features you prefer to run would be perfect. I know about delayed starts etc. but this would be different and easy to use.
4.36 (Jun 10, 2011 - 10:46 AM)
I suppose there will be a "cult of Chromebooks" like there is a "cult of Apple". There is no reason for the high prices and many more people will try them when they are more reasonably priced.
Still, the geek in me wants a friend to buy one so I could play with it!
4.36 (Dec 20, 2010 - 8:46 AM)
I am in my sixties and have been a computer geek since 1987 when my drafting table was moved out of my office and a computer moved in. I instantly loved what I could do and no more clogged pens, erasures, etc. I have never looked back and only look forward to what happens next.
What will happen with the Chrome OS and it's copiers (of course there will be!) will be a marketing coup. With a very low priced notebook/netbook affordable to the first time user it will be common for storage to take place in the cloud. It works that way.....market to the new generations of computer users and don't worry about what will be accepted by people that have been so used to reaching for the next size hard drive that they can't change their ways.
I also admire Google for their tenacity, always trying something new. I would have given anything to be in on the OS beta test but the next best thing is being able through reports and comments to see how quickly Google responds. After seeing how fast their browser went from an anemic start to a very fast piece of software my money is on them responding quickly.
4.36 (Jun 14, 2008 - 5:00 PM)
We are living in a country where the government spent a lot of our tax money on studies of how to tax sunlight for solar several years back. With the government and big business working together they won't rest until they have regulated and stifled the net to death.