2.5 Beta 2 (Oct 2, 2006)
Last time I use this program is 2 year ago. Hide, scan disk (Error checking in Windows XP) then boom. It's unhide. You may want to check it.
NTFS is better.
4.7.26039 Beta (Aug 21, 2006)
$25.00? Not enough for a good software like this.
3.81.15 Beta (Aug 21, 2006)
- Too many bugs.
- Not support unicode.
1.0.44.06 (Jun 9, 2006)
Syntax of AutoHotkey really doesnt good. It isnt C/C++ or something else. Such a horrible. The way to code script in AutoHotkey doesnt look like other programing langs. However AutoHotkey have better performance.
Syntax of AutoIt look like VB but it's standard. I dont like VB syntax too. With AutoItX I can use AutoIt with my most fav langs like C# and Java. Multi-Threading.
You can't said VB is for noob. Actually VB.NET is a strong lang.
This time I give 4* for both AutoIt & AutoHotkey.
22.214.171.124 (May 1, 2006)
I use both autohotkey and autoti. They are all great. However I dont like syntax of autohotkey. Autoit have better syntax but if you arent programer, using autohotkey is more easy.
126.96.36.199 (Jun 25, 2006 - 2:25 AM)
File System will remain NTFS. WinFS like a database that make index, metadata for our files, etc... In fact, Files store in tree folders. That make hard to organizing, find.
A example may be tag in mp3. In library in WMP display tags. You can find by artist, author, song name,...
May be one day WinFS make every body dont know what is folder. :D
Too bad, seem we must wait a while for WinFS.
188.8.131.52 (Jun 12, 2006 - 10:39 PM)
Did you notice that C# on .NET 2.0 run too much faster than C++
Raymond Chen (aka "fixed more Windows bugs than you've had hot dinners") and Rico Mariani (aka "Mr .NET Performance") have been running a great series of articles where they write and then optimize the same application in two different languages: native C++ and managed C#. The easiest starting point for the two sets of articles is "Performance Quiz #6 -- Chinese/English Dictionary reader".
There's a lot of good information in both the articles and the reader comments, and if you've got the time they're well worth studying for hints on how to write and benchmark high-performance code. The summary is a compelling argument for .NET:
A line-for-line translation of the original C++ code into C# ran 10 times faster than the C++ code.
It took five different optimizations (one of which introduced a bug) for the C++ code to match the speed of the unaltered C# code.
After Raymond's sixth optimization, his C++ code finally beat the C# code — because the runtime got down to where the 60ms startup overhead of the CLR made a difference!
To accomplish this, Raymond had to:
Write his own file/io stuff
Write his own string class
Write his own allocator
Write his own international mapping
So yes, C++ code can be faster than C# code — but when you look at all the work Raymond had to go through to achieve that, you have to ask yourself "is it worth it?"
184.108.40.206 (Jun 1, 2006 - 12:26 AM)
We can find crack, warez, music etc... by using google, yahoo, msn, *searching* . So better take down them too.
220.127.116.11 (May 17, 2006 - 11:07 AM)
I dunno why does you hate it? Java is one of langs that have the best syntax (easy to read/understand code, I like syntax of Java and C# the most).
18.104.22.168 (May 17, 2006 - 10:56 AM)
SUN is right. Java is not a OS like Linux. What will happen if it become fragmented? Program A need JRE A. Program B need JRE B... to run. Itll be a nightmare of SUN, itll kill java.