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12.1 Build 8519 (Jun 15, 2009)
I bought WinZip when it first came out, I think around Windows 3.1, although I'm not exactly sure, And they kept giving me free upgrades until, all of a sudden, with the latest upgrade, they said I had to pay the full price, no discount.
I might have done so if they had offered me a discount, but no. Full price or nothing.
So, I didn't upgrade. The previous version still worked. And soon enough, I didn't need it any more. So, what's the point in using WinZip?
4.2 (Apr 11, 2009)
I've been using SpywareBlaster together with SpyBot S&D ever since it first came out. Never had a single problem with it, and unlike some antispyware it doesn't seem to cause any problems or slow Internet Explorer down.
1.1 Beta 5 (Dec 30, 2008)
For some reason, this one hasn't been updated for nine years, but it's a very handy little program.
184.108.40.206 Beta (Dec 18, 2008)
Still the best. For a while back there it got a little slow, but they fixed it. Big contrast with AdAware, which got more and more bloated and unusable.
I haven't gotten any spyware past the shields for a couple of years now, knock on wood. I also use SpywareBlaster, but I think Spybot is my main protection.
1.11 (Dec 1, 2008)
I just used this program and it removed a ton of useless Java files. Not only that, but now IE7 loads properly and the whole damned computer is running faster.
I was none too happy when Sun won the battle to exterminate Microsoft Virtual Machine. Sun leaves files scattered all over everywhere, and doesn't seem to have heard of removing the old stuff. No, the Virtual Machine wasn't open source, but it sure was a whole lot more compatible with Windows, and a whole lot smaller and smoother.
But JavaRa really did a great cleanup job for me.
1.11 (Oct 7, 2009 - 10:16 PM)
Apple probably thinks they're immune from the cap and tax bill, since they are a high tech manufacturer and all their stuff is made abroad.
But if Cap & Tax and Obamacare are passed, the current trillion and a half dollar deficit that Obama has piled up will get a lot worse.
You can't sell many notebooks to people who have lost their jobs and their homes, which is where all of this is heading.
1.11 (Feb 1, 2009 - 8:02 PM)
Most likely Obama is seeking to delay the transition because he is being bribed by a couple of contributors to his campaign--Clearwater and AT&T. Several blogs and articles have suggested that, including this one:
1.11 (Jan 24, 2009 - 11:14 AM)
I don't think this has much to do with how well Windows is doing compared to Mac or open source. I think it just means that people are buying fewer computers, because times are hard.
1.11 (Jan 20, 2009 - 4:52 PM)
We all have to sacrifice to help pay for Obama's $160 million dollar inaugural party and his new web page. Your tax dollars going for a good cause. . . .
1.11 (Jul 17, 2008 - 11:15 PM)
I don't trust the EU. Any time an American company is successful, they get jealous and angry and start putting up government barriers.
Let them make their own damned computers and software if they can't live with Intel or Microsoft.