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1.4 (Jul 23, 2012)
A decent product, but its functionality does not go beyond some of its freeware competition.
@vendor, I don't see anything here that justifies payment. You will need to add some compelling additional functionality to justify payment for your commercial application. As it stands now I cannot see paying for your product if the same functionality is available from free alternatives.
I will rate 3. If you want a higher rating, you will need to add significant additional functionality (perhaps look into windows & web form filling?)
0.8.9 (Jul 9, 2011)
Apologies to the author but this application is crippled for me. I use my eReader to store and read commercial eBooks and have built up quite a library in it. 95% of these books, being commercial eBooks are protected by DRM. That means I can not use the reading functions of this application with them. While I rarely actually do that, the reading portion of this application is 33% of its function - which I can't use.
I appreciate the open-source and free nature of this application. I also understand the legalities involved with DRM and opensource applications. But the fact remains that as my library consists of purchased eBooks, I can only use the program's device access and organizational facilities. I cannot use the conversion or reading capabilities. I did not tyry the metadata updating simply because I am afraid of damaging my eBooks, but I suspect they will not work either.
Thanks for the effort, It is a cool concept and execution looks good, but for me it only gets a 3.
11.50.1015 Beta (May 25, 2011)
@SuzzyWoozy - The guy's trolling you. Ignore his lame ass.
Opera is one of the great browsers out there. I personally use Firefox simply because I have been using it since version 1 not necessarily because I think it is better. I certainly prefer Opera as my #2 over any version of IE though.
Public Beta (Apr 19, 2011)
I'm not a fan of hosted office software. Sorry, but having some online software suite touching my confidential work leaves me feeling less than confident in the software or the hosting company's security.
Thought it was a bad idea when I first saw remote-based software 10 years ago and in this day & age of code crackers I find it an even worse idea today.
22.214.171.124 (Feb 14, 2011)
Inability to import data from Roboform 7.2, even though it appears to offer a means to do so, kept me from taking this program seriously. No matter how many times I try I could not get it to accept data from Roboform even though I followed all directions to the letter.
It looks like it could be a very good program for this task, but as I have hundreds of accounts being managed by Roboform, the inability to import this data severely limits Sticky Password's usefulness for me.
I give it a 3 for usefulness as long as you don't need to import from their competitor's products. It loses 2 stars for being at release 5 without being able to do import this data successfully.
I am not sure if the Sticky Password developers look on this site, but I might suggest import from CSV or Excel as well.
126.96.36.199 (Feb 13, 2009 - 11:21 AM)
I have already bought a bunch of Vista licenses in both 32 and 64 bit at considerable cost. If there is no free, or very cheap upgrade path, my upgrade to Windows 7 won't be for at least 2 years. I just can't justify a further large cash outlay just to upgrade.
However if the cost is minimal, I would be right there in the front of the upgrade line.
188.8.131.52 (Jan 23, 2007 - 4:36 PM)
WGA has a very poor batting average of detecting truly 'illegal' windows installs. I have heard so many LEGAL OEM windows users get poop-pooed by this bogus WGA system. Yeah, considering how many OEM systems there are out there, I would take this claim with a pound of salt.
184.108.40.206 (Feb 4, 2004 - 12:21 PM)
Why you ask? Because it's there. Joe sixpack doesnt give a hoot about mozilla, opera, Firebird, or the IE 'Shells' like Avant or MyIE2.
All they care about is that they can click on an internet shortcut, or bring up google, or type a url in the address bar and head out over the internet. Joe doesnt care about rendering speed or standards. All he cares about is surfing. Thats all.
Maybe he's oblivious to the real threats out there, but what the hell, Microsoft will issue a fix for it eventually. So why switch?