2.29 (May 9, 2013)
I like WinAudit, but there is a slight confusion concerning its coming back :
Version 2.29, appearing on several web sites as a new version, is out since July 12th, 2011 at least (that's when I had it downloaded)
Remains a good application.
2.0 (May 6, 2013)
Only presets, no manual DNS settings.
I'll stick on 'DNS Jumper'.
2.2.1 (Apr 11, 2013)
Just what I was looking for : a pdf reader, simple and fast.
6.0.2.0407 (Apr 11, 2013)
Version 5 14MB, version 6 28MB, version 7 on for 56MB ?
Vegas is nice but not for a pdf reader. Slow now, heavy, and version 6 has even become Vegas without the aesthetcs : ugly.
Too many features, I want to fly a Beechcraft when going to PDF, not a A380.
Read a comment stating SumatraPDF, tried it, adopted.
188.8.131.5245 (Apr 3, 2013)
Now bundled with AVG software, installs without asking.
EDIT : There IS the option to install or not AVG software, checked to install by default, sneaky at the end as always, and I had missed it. Sneaky is not dishonest, so I'll have to correct my revue for a player which remains in itself a very good one.
184.108.40.20645 (Dec 13, 2008 - 11:47 AM)
If those among Chinese who perform or say naughty things towards the French knew what the French think about them, they'd be even worse.
220.127.116.1145 (Mar 15, 2008 - 8:26 PM)
The common point between mafia and hackers of this sort is they both desperately try to justify their actions by a reference to superior aims. Sick brains.
18.104.22.16845 (Apr 21, 2007 - 11:14 AM)
Why does everybody loooove Google (or at least almost everybody) ? Because Google plays it in the young and indifferent style. "Take it or leave it, we don't care, it's up to you". You bet they don't care. This is in analogy with a macho man's behavior in terms of seduction, and those who trust Google are the same as innocent and naive young ladies who believe the wolf is a prince. It's *all* in communication. I don't trust Google more than I trust Microsoft.
22.214.171.12445 (Aug 6, 2006 - 12:39 PM)
I think the danger with announced protection (Google's new alert feature, OpenDNS and its antiphishing offer, SiteAdvisor etc...) is the fact one may rely on that protection and believe that if a website is not told to be dangerous, then it is safe. Let us stay aware, whatever!
126.96.36.19945 (Aug 4, 2006 - 1:00 PM)
I agree. But I guess that's a characteristic of life. For instance, you can explore the ocean with an aqualung, but you won't have the comfort neither the agility of a bathing suite. It will though protect you!
Does that sound weird, or naive... or both?!