188.8.131.52 Beta (Jan 18, 2006)
This is a tool that should have been around a long time ago. It works as intended and I haven't noticed a performance hit while browsing.
I've never heard of this company before and I'm usually hesitant on installing spyware tools but for some reason I had to install it. Basically zero config and easy to use.
So far so good. I will update this review if I anything changes my opinion.
8.4 (Nov 29, 2005)
I wish we would have a way to block out stupid people from even making a comment.
And| you are a tool. Did you even bother to install the app and have a look? You would have noticed the significant difference between msconfig and Autoruns. Go back to popping pimples and playing video games....moron.
184.108.40.206 (Apr 13, 2005)
You should really learn to back up your statements with real facts instead of talking out of your ass.
This program is far superior that DVD Shrink in regards to quality. Although DVD Shrink is a great program for "newbies" the quality tends to suffer.
One suggestion for the spindle of coasters. Buy good media and not just the cheapest crap on the shelf.
220.127.116.11 (Sep 22, 2010 - 8:35 AM)
Microsoft is using IE9 as bait to make people upgrade. They will also do it with the next version of Office. Typical Microsoft B.S. So hit them where it hurts and use anything but IE. Every other popular browser is better and more secure anyway. And when they do the same thing to Office use an alternative product.
This close minded attitude and trying to hold consumers at gun point to push the sales of their products needs to stop. It's the consumer that can control what happens and not the big corporate companies. This also applies to Apple and any other company that has a monopoly in the marketplace.
18.104.22.168 (Sep 30, 2008 - 3:53 PM)
Listen to more commercials in HD quality sound? No thanks I'll stick to MP3's, Internet Radio, or Sat Radio. Anyone one of the 3 are far better and I don't have to be forced to buy new equipment.
On another note. FM/AM is not free. If you take into account the mind numbing amount of time you waste listening to commercials waiting to hear 1 song every 20 mins or so.
22.214.171.124 (Jan 15, 2007 - 4:19 PM)
What a bogus statement by Microsoft considering it's being pushed in the background while you run Windows Update.
Isn't that more about being shoved down the throats of users versus a user actually clicking on the download link by their own free will?
WOW what an accomplishment Microsoft!!!
126.96.36.199 (Apr 10, 2006 - 11:29 PM)
"Free" radio is not free at all. When you spend over 20+ minutes every hour getting slammed by commercials. You pay for it by "spending" your precious time. Then when you do get music it's the same 4 songs repeated to death.
I dropped listening to regular radio a long time ago. It's Satellite radio or MP3's for me.
188.8.131.52 (Apr 5, 2006 - 11:56 AM)
oh crap....I love(d) this program and now it's going to hell in a hand basket. Just as the program was getting really good....*sob*
There is no doubt that they will integrate it into their bloated "Security" apps and make you pay for it.