United States of America
5.0.12-104815 (Jan 5, 2016)
I'd give it a 3.5 if I could because it is "free" ... my main problem is every now and then it gets "disconnected" from the VM file and although I've been working with computers as a tool since early 80s I still find it difficult to get the VM file that I've worked with for months to function again and it's usually just easier to start a new one which is disappointing because I lose all the programs and settings ... for all practical purposes it was like a hard disk crash and lose everything.
1.34 (Jan 5, 2016)
Drag-n-drop would be nice.
1.38 (Apr 3, 2015)
Seems to have basic requirements to capture video but still buggy ... I couldn't save changed settings because it would freeze and after recording video it wouldn't save the video file because it froze. I'd like it more if I had time-lapse capabilities.
188.8.131.52 Snapshot (Mar 10, 2015)
I agree with the alpha stage ... can't even easily setup a user defined download area. I wouldn't discourage development but far from being my main browser in its current implementation ... too many disadvantages not enough pros YET.
9.6.3 (Feb 20, 2015)
FYI since no SpyShelter Firewall in fileforum as of yet, I thought I'd let whomever is interested know that SF passed Comodo Leak Test with 340/340 on my system. I'd be more interested if the price wasn't quite so hefty. (I might be in the market at around half their asking price).
Edit: Firewall only allows 15 days to evaluate and per message on screen will randomly stop working!!! What kind of firewall stops performing its main purpose to protect your computer? Bad company policy IMHO ... just give 30 days and full functionality for trial period ... period. I think that's fair for wanting nearly $70 for firewall software although it has all the additional features of SpyShelter Premium.
Edit 2: Removed/Uninstalled SpyShelter Firewall ... eventual unresponsiveness / latency on my system even after re-installation ... still worth trying as it might operate well with your system.