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0.348 Beta (Feb 17, 2003)
This program is better than all the Windows IRC clients around at the moment, even if it is not finished. The interface is very simple to navigate and use, and speedy also. You can change all the internal parameters of the program, either using the simple config page or through the xml configuration file. It currently has support for color, command and irc themes (*** You have been kicked by NICK can become *** NICK kicked you, or whatever you like). The more people who use it while it's beta, the faster all the bugs are ironed out, and more features implemented. WTG Hydra :)
0.53b Beta (Nov 14, 2002)
What can I say.. Look at all the other reviews. It's great!
0.1 (Aug 17, 2002)
I give this a 5, purely because it supports VP3. It's great to see that the on2 technologies are being taken up by developrs. Hopefully future versions will use VP4 and VP5.
6.10 RC3 (Mar 12, 2002)
The latest release of X-Plane is warmly received. It has been far superior to any other flight sim for these reasons:
You can fly into space and have a view of the entire planet with no slowdown
Supports UDP communication so you could for example hook up 8 pcs and have 8 realtime displays (or 16 if you have dual-head cards)
Physics are incredibly realistic... has life-like turbulence, lift, drag, as well as many types of failures. Just the physical model of a plane affects how it will fly.
I have given this a rating of 5.
2.0 Beta (Dec 2, 2001)
Oh dear... another collection of networking tools with no obvious coherence. And there is nothing for analyzing managable networking devices (ie, snmp and rmon). I will continue using the excellent Solarwinds.net toolkit.
2.0 Beta (Mar 5, 2001 - 8:05 AM)
I agree! My TNT2 easily outperforms my friends V3. I am glad i didnt waste my money on a geforce1/2 now that the gf3 are here :D
2.0 Beta (Nov 15, 2000 - 4:00 PM)
The technology for creating an internet enabled home has been around. IT's called x20 (www.x10.org). There are a wide variety of x10 appliances available from lighting control from setting your vcr using the infra red transmitter module. Freshmeat (www.freshmeat.net) has a section devoted to x10 software. There is much open source software available for controlling x10 devices. If you are really masochistic, you can even control it from winblows, but linux is the preferred operating system because of it's speed, versatility and reliability.
2.0 Beta (Nov 15, 2000 - 3:40 PM)
Real men use Alpha CPUs :)
2.0 Beta (Oct 28, 2000 - 2:41 AM)
Check out www.microsoft.com/iit/ for microsoft's own free voice recognition software, and also text-to-speech (iit stands for intelligent interface technologies). The latest devlopment version is quite a hefty doanload, but includes plenty of demos and source code. It proveides a command interpreter for giving you voice control of your computer, including web browsing. It uses syntax such as 'open hotmail' and 'forward' and 'back'. To follow a link just say the name of it.
2.0 Beta (Jul 23, 2000 - 8:14 AM)
try this :)