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2.1.8 (Mar 29, 2010)
This program has the dubious honor of being (as of this writing) absolutely the WORST program listed on FileForum.
17 votes and 1.0 average rating
Too bad that it hasn't been updated in a while. I'm sure a lot of people are looking forward to a new version :D
184.108.40.206 (Mar 17, 2010)
Ouch! It's adware now :(
While the Ask Toolbar during install thing could be regarded as "borderline" adware, the permanent menu items (under "Tools") classify this program as definitely adware.
Oh, well, I guess I won't be donating again to Imgburn anytime soon
220.127.116.11.45.6019 (Mar 17, 2010)
Their Q&A are worth reading:
For now a neutral 3 stars
18.104.22.168 (Mar 3, 2010)
Maxthon 1.x is much better than any of the versions that came after it (v2, v3). I'm glad it's still being updated.
22.214.171.124 (Jan 14, 2009 - 8:11 PM)
I agree 100%
By the way, the "new" Betanews is bad, very bad .... but the "new" Fileforum is EVEN WORSE
And, since no one has posted it before, and the phrase just begs to be written: "If it ain't broke ..." (you know the rest, don't you?)
126.96.36.199 (Oct 14, 2008 - 8:09 PM)
"78 terabytes (738.8 million pages, 1,713 tons, 25 miles)"
After all these years it had to be Angela Gunn who taught me how much a terabyte weighs ...
188.8.131.52 (Oct 13, 2008 - 11:32 PM)
And after you've looked at the output, check out this list which explains Windows versions:
What I DO find odd is that Windows 7's version will be 6.1 :)
184.108.40.206 (Oct 13, 2008 - 11:23 PM)
That technology is so dead people can't even spell it. What Western Union used to send for 145 years (since before the Civil War up until two years ago) were telegraMs
220.127.116.11 (Oct 13, 2008 - 7:36 PM)
"And the process of adding a track is trivial for Mufin -- its system can analyze an entire album in seconds --"
I wonder if they'll keep modifying and improving the algorithm. I guess they will. And, in that case, if they'll have to re-scan the entire database again to update the similarities when they change/update algorithms. If that's the case, adding new tracks won't be so "cheap" in the long term.
Interesting read, anyway