1.02 (Sep 1, 2009)
I tried this and it found nothing although there was a rootkit that Rootkit Revealer finally caught - a real pain to track down and remove all the junk it left in the registry. This gets a 1 from me - not ready for prime time
0.7.3 (Dec 8, 2007)
still crap - still out-dated
4.2 (Nov 30, 2007)
Another craptastic attemp to solve the 'problem' of information overload and rake in the bucks. But, as Bill Gates and others have been pointing out for the last few years - it is not information overload that we need to deal with - it is 'underload' of the information (and communication) that we need that is the real problem. Not even an attempt to shovel a glimpse into the ditch of what this means with this little proggie. The designers of this mess have their heads where the sun don't shine ...
0.7.2 (Nov 19, 2007)
What a bunch of baloney ! The idea that this is revolutionary is a joke. Try it and see. This thing is as outdated as Mitch Kapoor (who funded it out of his pocket and who "leads" the "team"). Look at the developers - a bunch of losers headed by an incompetent egoist. No wonder it is really nothing after all the hype.
1.0.26 Beta (Oct 2, 2007)
Looks pretty great - I would love to have this for my XP system. So - 5 points because the screen shot makes me want it and the simplicity just sounds right.
1.0.26 Beta (Apr 1, 2009 - 1:55 PM)
I don't know what Raskin has been smoking but it isn't making him any smarter. As someone with 27 years background using cognitive neuroscience in design of workflow and apps, his ideas seem pretty rude-eh-mentary and way off the mark (dare we say "trippy" ?). Better he should read up on Simon, Ericsson, Langley, Carpenter and Just, Anderson, Winograd, Reder and others in that gang and get a clue about cognition and software design. I don't even know him and I'm on the other side of the planet and I am embarrassed for him from here.
1.0.26 Beta (Feb 16, 2006 - 12:10 AM)
BitLocker ? Oh ! They thought it was BritLocker.
1.0.26 Beta (Feb 16, 2006 - 12:09 AM)
It may set back the attempts of the government to terrorize people ? Not to worry brit guys ! MS 'works' with the government of China - they will "work' with you also.
1.0.26 Beta (Jan 18, 2005 - 12:35 PM)
If it was a joke - it was pretty funny. If he was serious it is pretty sad. Poor bugger - probably had a bad day, ran out of meds, or some such.
We should cut a bit of slack for the nation's finest. Not an easy job being in a group with such a high incidence of mental illness.
1.0.26 Beta (Jan 2, 2005 - 10:31 PM)
and the rest of the list is what ?