3.40 Build 580 RC5 (Apr 19, 2007)
I have used a variety of sync programs. Most of them work fine. But the feature list of SFFS is this programs strong point. There are options to do just about anything that you could need to do. Also, this is the only program that I have found to work reliably with the Amazon S3 storage system. This program will not disappoint.
4.03.4 (Jan 27, 2005)
I will take functionality any day. Being a "pretty" app means nothing. I have tried a bunch of dl managers and this ones speed tops them all. I will be registering this one. Give it a try.
2.22.09 (May 10, 2004)
This app always reads high on my voltages. I was worried until I went inside and meter tested the voltages. On the meter, perfect readings. In the probe software, my 12 volt signal is read as 13.4 volts. High on the other rails as well. So, dont put much faith in the voltage readings from this app.
5.0.5 (Nov 2, 2002)
This is an excellent program. I am a registered user and this continues to be greatly improved. Buy this one, it is worth the very small price!!!
1.4 (Sep 21, 2002)
It is difficult to rate something when the vendor cant supply a working link to download from. My rating so far: Bad First Impression.
1.4 (May 29, 2003 - 12:28 PM)
I agree on this. Even the proggy that came with my inexpensive Hauppauge card is more clear. Actually way more clear. I like the Snapstream product, but am disappointed with the picture quality.
1.4 (Nov 10, 2002 - 12:23 AM)
In my personal experience, I have used various burning programs just as most of you have. I can honestly say that with Roxio products, at least 25 to 30% of the time I end up with a coaster. I have literally burned 100's of cd's using Nero and I am sure I can count the coasters on a hand with less than 5 fingers. Take that for what its worth. Seems to me that people that like snazzy interfaces turn to Roxio. Lets face it, its prettier than most. I hope that Roxio will put more effort into true functionality on this version and not worry so darn much about the cutesy buttons. However, this is not the history of this product. They have always focused on being the coolest looking. Big deal. I want products that work. I dont care if they have the butt ugliest interfaces that I have ever seen, I can adjust. If they perform, that is where I will lay down my money. And I spend a damn lot of money on software. I purchased the Roxio product only to be greatly dissapointed. My mistake. Shoud have done the homework. Roxio, do yourself a favor and take all these comments to heart.