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2.0 Beta 1 (Jan 29, 2009)
Never been an AOL fan, sense their terminal program loused up my computer back in 1996. upon uninstalling AOL from my computer, it took out IE, and other vital windows files. Now I got a MAC, the haunting memory of AOL crippling my IBM clone PC still linger. I would touch winamp, or Itunes, before I bow to this cheap program.
3.0 Build 126432 Beta (Jan 29, 2009)
Just got a MAC Mini, and I am a yahoo Messenger user. Never had problems with Buggy software before, up to now. I downloaded this, thinking it'll work flawlessly. After installing, and it's initial execution, - it locked up the system.
1.03.00 (Nov 21, 2008)
LOL, normally i give programs the benifit of the doubt. Upon downloading this. I ran in to couple errors.
1), doesn't appear to be a valid zip file.
2). Download issues. (corrupt)
3). No homepage. Keeps sending me to a web page
with a blonde. says buy this site.
9.6 (Nov 21, 2008)
I don't use this app., however, I have beta tested a prior version. I must say it is a kickin' a** program. Still the UI does need a massive overhaul. I am not going to discourage any one. I will how ever tell you bout this program and it's features. The features in this program can be found in many other features, and it handles the same, as the others. The Drag 'n' Drop feature is nice, and makes this program stand out, well try to. The reg cleaner is a bit faulty. Aside of all it's ugly features, it may be your next uninstaller.
0.4.154.18 Beta (Nov 13, 2008)
Looks ugly as hell. IE even looks better then that. Of course it's spyware, any thing that you get from google, or yahoo. or any where else, is gonna be spyware.
0.4.154.18 Beta (Jul 4, 2008 - 2:46 AM)
I don't see why any one need the in-game XBM to begin with. Alot of these features, are really not nessessary. For example: a search engine. Really, this is a waist, any serfer should know all you have to do is put in what your looking for in the Address bar. Kinda stupid if you ask me. In-game Jukebox, that 98% of the programs, don't support.
Was 2.4 really nessessary, or a waist of time. I play oblivion, or GTA, those don't support XMB Jukeboxs. The only programs that do, are the ones that you download.
Too much hassle, having to learn the entire system all over again. I was happy the way it was.
If you want in game jukebox, then contact the manufacture.