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  1. Review - Remove Fake Antivirus

    1.95 (Nov 30, 2013)

    BANDIT-, -LORD- - nice comments! I believe you are some sort of computer god, living under the illusion that everyone else is some sort of Neo is disguise, LOL.

    In nowadays OS there is little chance to get infected without the user consent (yes, you can disablethe download of IE); unfortunately, some of the average computer users - the vast majority of those using a computer, gets tricked into downloading "antivirus" programs all the time - this is how you get it on your computer and is kind of late to think about disabling IE download then, isn't' it?

    Most probably they don;t even have a proper antivirus and is kind of late to install that too - your fake antivirus will prevent the installation of anything useful at that point.

    The purpose of this program is NOT to over real-time, proactive protection, but to offer you some post-mortem comfort. It does this pretty well, taking into consideration it runs AFTER you got the malware.

    I have used it in one occasion, I know what I'm taking about.

  2. Review - Skype for Windows Beta (May 1, 2013)

    ADS: only in US
    Anywhere in the rest of the world Skype looks clean.

  3. Review - Kindle for PC

    1.10.5 Build 40382 (Dec 10, 2012)

    Tried them all, this one is one of the poorest. If you like it, give a try to Adobe Digital Editions that looks almost exactingly the same, and offers the same lack of configuration. Hey, even CoolReader is better than this, at least you ca choose the backgound.

    If you do however need a real ebook reader, jump to another league and give Calible a try.

  4. Review - AIMP

    3.00 Build 985 (Apr 10, 2012)

    The best.

    If you're really maniac about resource utilization, take a look on XMPlay as well (it supports Winamp DSP)

  5. Review - Microsoft Bing Desktop Beta (Apr 4, 2012)

    Nice. It detects your screen resolution and downloads the bing desktop of the day and set it as your wallpaper.

    To bad it works on your primary display - if you have a secondary monitor, the background will not fit :(