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1.0 Beta 1 (Feb 2, 2005)
This is actually very good stuff - a simple, easy-to-use tag editor that's built right into the Windows shell... hover the mouse over a file, you get the info - right-click, you can change the tag info.
It's amazingly useful so you don't have to find and fire up a separate app to fix the tags in your audio files.
Great work. It's simple, stable (so far, apart from one very minor visual glitch), and above all, it's elegant.
2.0 (Snapshot Build 1.9.m65) (Dec 18, 2004)
(Neutral rating as I haven't tried this build)
One of the main new features of OpenOffice 2 is actually to provide an Access-like database system. As far as I understand it, it's almost ready for public showing - but because they've come from a standing start with it, it's not been made available yet.
0.90.200 Beta (Mar 24, 2004)
I've been using this for a couple of weeks now. As someone responsible for maintaining and developing on one live server (with a couple of hundred users), one development server (with a few developers), and 3 other servers running assorted other databases, I can say I've finally found a utility that lets me quickly (and quickly really is the key word here) monitor my servers, run queries, access and export data on demand, and generally "keep an eye on things".
I downloaded this app out of curiosity, and now it's running several hours a day just so I can make sure things are going smoothly. It gives me visibility of problems as they happen, and doesn't place an appreciable load on the server.
Truly great work - the developers deserve a great deal of respect for this application!
7.02 (Feb 24, 2003)
A word of warning: This version hasn't been released on the Opera main site yet, and seems to have a few bugs regarding launching links using the right-click menu. Also, restoring all open windows upon opening the app seems to be unreliable during my limited testing. Since I have no need to use msn.com, I've gone back to the pre-7.02 "Bork" edition of Opera that's available from their site.
7.02 (Oct 13, 2008 - 1:37 PM)
Absolutely agreed. This is ridiculous, sensationalist reporting with no basis in fact. WSUS is *supposed* to be able to silently upgrade apps that have been previously approved for silent upgrades. Windows Update can't do that unless you've set upgrades to install automatically.
7.02 (Jun 27, 2008 - 10:31 AM)
Denier or not, you've obviously never watched Top Gear if you think the BBC has a green agenda.
7.02 (Apr 11, 2008 - 5:13 AM)
It's my understanding that there are features of OXML that ODF doesn't have, and vice versa. Despite them being superficially similar formats (compressed collections of XML files and encoded binary data), there are substantially differing choices made in their specific implementations.
7.02 (Apr 7, 2008 - 4:37 AM)
It's actually been proven that castration (chemical or otherwise) doesn't make a difference. It's an issue of neurochemical wiring, and there is unfortunately very little that can be done about it, other than removing the person from society.
7.02 (Feb 13, 2008 - 11:58 AM)
Just to add to that, Opera 9.50 (Kestrel) Beta Build 9789 gets 65/100, and IE6 also gets 12 (and looks utterly disastrous).