7.0.2 (Jun 21, 2011)
Been using v. 6.4.5 without dissatisfaction. Excellent product !
1.4 (Jun 21, 2011)
Doesn't work with secondary monitor in a Dual Monitor set-up. Seemed buggy even on the primary monitor.
220.127.116.110 (Apr 10, 2011)
Used this proggie for a long while, then newer versions installed non-functional. This current version installed and functions on 64-bit WinVista.
Seems to have all the features one would want for an app of this kind.
1.09.231 (Mar 6, 2011)
Worked without glitch on my Dell laptop with 64-bit Vista, including no lock-up when checking the hard drive.
0.7.47 (Mar 6, 2011)
Amazing software ! Not only converts to/from many formats, but also D/L's news from the Web, and itself serves as an e-book reader.
0.7.47 (Jun 13, 2011 - 9:42 PM)
0.7.47 (Jun 7, 2011 - 7:29 PM)
"Why would I get it? I'm
perfectly happy with opera
Yeah, Opera ~is~ terrific. I use Chrome 11.11 only to supplement Opera (like when doing Google Docs). But, Opera has got the rest beat. Although I'd use Chrome 3 as my regular browser if Opera didn't exist.
0.7.47 (Jun 7, 2011 - 7:22 PM)
How lucky for us that we have Wilcox as the Apple features editor !
0.7.47 (Jun 2, 2011 - 9:25 AM)
Looks like something designed for teens. Far more is expected by users of laptops, desktops, and even netbooks !
Joe likes it because it's an Apple clone.
0.7.47 (Jun 1, 2011 - 3:30 PM)
It's sad, however these people earn their living through health (and ecology) scares. Personally, I miss the days of professional civil rights activists.
But, unhappily, there wasn't enough racial discrimination around no matter how hard they tried ! So now we're stuck with Al Gore, the UN, and Obama bin Laden scare-mongering.