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2.31a Beta (Aug 15, 2012)
Minor deduction for additional toolbar install (minor because it's there and website has that layout where you might click and download something else thing going on).
As far as the program goes, I like it. I use Photoshop myself but for some simple filter effects, it's not a bad program. And though I haven't used any modern Photoshop (just 5.5), the filters here seem to create some better effects.
I like the pen and ink and painting effects. You can adjust the filter effects, save them, load them and reset. Great freebie.
0.8.2.1 Beta (Aug 8, 2012)
Windows 8 on the horizon, not to mention windows 7...so those are new...and there's an android version.
But testing it...seems to need to copy itself to restrictive areas, I'm not a super nerd so I can't go much more into it than that.
Installed it fine on my Windows Vista 32bit, Windows 7 64bit, but doesn't work on my HP Touchpad running Android 4.0.
I'm hoping it doesn't duplicate links like Microsoft Live Sync/Mesh.
1.1 (Sep 3, 2009)
Not sure if it has anything bad in it...but I just tested it to convert my wma files to mp3. Works good, simple and easy. You can set it to output to any folder and to me, the folder you're working in is always the best ;).
Ran it on Vista 32bit ultimate 09/03/09
220.127.116.11a Beta (Oct 14, 2008)
first let me say, the goobers who complain about the .net requirements...goobers, totally worthless and pointless negativity
that said, app works as intended and works well. Simple and easy to understand. I give it a 4 because it's a little buggy because I understand it's a BETA (strange to have people who understand right?). Sometimes outputs as tifs...need to nail the bug down so I can report what is what (I think if it's a tif and you try and save as something else, the extension remains tif, but is actually the new format, ie., png)
9.10 (Feb 5, 2008)
works great and ptzero is a tard
9.10 (Jul 4, 2010 - 12:42 PM)
Bravo...but sadly the majority of people in the world are not happy with themselves. And the more unsatisfied with who they are, the more they decorate themselves with the most ornate accessories X company sells. A plain cell phone with the intent to make calls will just not impress enough people around them. :)
9.10 (Jun 21, 2010 - 4:59 PM)
Nice, now this is how you spend your money. I'm not going to say much other than, productive people who like to be productive and just coincidentally looking cool doing it. Multi-tasking...Love it. Oh and this is just my humble opinion, but love the endless feature and usability that is Windows, glad the device is a Windows product. (I just like doing whatever I like on my tech gadget and not doing it via a noose)
9.10 (Jun 11, 2010 - 2:17 PM)
Sadly they are but a vast legion of of US companies who partake of the practice and sadly even more so, the consumers who consume their products don't really care about exploitation. So long as it gets to someone's pocket and makes them feel special, people are willing to pay for that adornment regardless of the state of well being of the factory workers who manufacture that product.
But yes, it is quite disgusting some western fat cat and co. who sells a product for $500-1000 (and beyond) and that factory workers make about $1 day. Sometimes 10% profit just isn't enough for many companies.
9.10 (May 27, 2010 - 4:12 PM)
As strange as it is for some to comprehend, this is a reason why Microsoft was never a monopoly. Sure it may have been a titan, colossus or dominant factor in the market but it was never a monopoly.
Of course, the arrival of Microsoft's dominance created a new definition of "monopoly" in which a monopoly is merely a dominant force in a sea of numerous competitors from many facets. Microsoft had competition on the consumer side with the OSes and browser, commercial competition from server to backend software (as well as server OSes).
I just hope Microsoft remains what it is and forces if necessary, the change that opened up computing and technology for the average person. I want to be able to and still be able to when I'm 90 years old, to build and assemble, tweak and customize my PC the way I want it. I hope my children and grandchildren will be able to have the joy of building their own PCs too.
I enjoyed the days of fiddling with autoexec.bat and config.sys with emm386 and himem and also mscdex and enjoy tweaking the Windows variants and loading the kernel to ram. Some may not believe Microsoft did this but I'm not one of them...I am one who welcomed the advent of DirectX and making it much much much less of a nightmare for us to hunt down drivers (fairly negating the process).
9.10 (May 19, 2010 - 10:54 AM)
nice post...my thoughts exactly