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126.96.36.199 (Jul 23, 2014)
I purchased this software yesterday after finding it here to give it a try. So I used it to uninstall Revo Uninstaller Pro. Once it was complete, I used JV16 Powertools to search the computer for any files, folders, or registry keys that might have been missed. The only thing that GeekUninstaller missed was one folder under the ProgramData folder with a single key file in it. This is pretty impressive compared to the multiple files that Revo Uninstaller kept missing using the same the JV16 Powertool test. I am quite impressed and give it 5 stars.
1.0.0 (Jul 22, 2014)
I haven't tried this yet, but with my bad hand writing I look forward to using this software instead of Microsoft Office's software to print my envelopes. If it's like Tweaking.com's other useful software, it will be worth five stars and a donation if you can afford it.
188.8.131.52 (Feb 4, 2014)
I liked it better than Lastpass but it is not compatible across platforms and so I cannot sync to the cloud all platforms like Lastpass. In Linux they expect me to enable third party cookies to use their extension. And forget it if you own a Blackberry Q10. If they pick up the ball I would likely return.
7.1.124 (Dec 11, 2013)
Weather alerts for the US only? Why would I give them $19 for a useless app?
2.3.25-11 (Aug 12, 2013)
@JKooks: That article is only partially true and aimed at those who don't understand how the onion network works. For example, there is no exit node if one stayed within the onion network where the URL address ends with ".onion".. And those who want more security should download the Linux distro named "TAILS" anyway. It's completely open source and the fingerprint isn't going to match your usual unsecured operating system. Heck, you can even run it off of a live CD or a thumb drive making it easy to conceal from the police. And for those who may still be paranoid about their activities should search for the term "wardriving" and learn how to protect yourself at your end even further
As for this update, it probably has something to do with the FBI recently injecting spyware into the onion servers of a convicted paedophile. Those who visit these servers can become infected if their TOR Bundle hasn't been updated and still is running on Firefox 17. Those who have Firefox 17 can become infected through iframes and malicious java script so it's a good idea to update your TOR bundle.
2.3.25-11 (Jun 17, 2011 - 1:08 PM)
Note to self: Drop Box bad! Cloud Services untrustworthy!
2.3.25-11 (Jun 17, 2011 - 12:57 PM)
Is it possible that deep pockets Google pays trolls to give their product positive feedback here?
2.3.25-11 (Jun 10, 2011 - 8:30 PM)
Paying Google to spy on me is not in the cards. Also, the machine will be locked down just like Mac computers. I will stick with the freedom that Microsoft offers thank you.
2.3.25-11 (Feb 26, 2011 - 6:12 PM)
The only reason Mac is where it's at in popularity is because they get endorsed by the RIAA. Look in the movies and all you see are Mac computers. The RIAA support Mac products because you can't do anything with them if you have one that goes against their self implicated rules. Windows and Linux, on the other hand, are more versatile with both hardware and software. Apple products suck imho and only serve the purposes of the RIAA. I pity those who are duped into buying their products.
2.3.25-11 (Feb 26, 2011 - 6:01 PM)
Ugly RIAA henchman. My money will not go to support you.