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0.3.12 (Oct 22, 2010)
The idea of an open source windows OS is just too much to pass up. But the reality is that this projects progress is just way to slow to really serve as a true Windows Alternative. I praise the effort but hey are still stuck on Windows 2000 while we are already in the 2nd iteration of the new kernel (ie Windows 7). By the time it catches up with the 1st iteration of that Kernel, aka Vista, we'll already be at Windows 10 with something probably completely different.
If they truely want to offer a great ground up open source Windows they need to be more aggressive with coding and release schedules. It shows promise bit sadly right now that is all it shows.
In response to Hilbert saying Linux is a go nowhere OS may i remind that although Linux will probably never be a mainstream replacement desktop OS for Windows it thrives very well in the Server space, and on smartphones in the form of Android.
6.7.390 (Dec 22, 2009)
One of the best lyrics tool thus far. Pulls lyrics for 95% of my music, the rest i can do an outside search and then submit it through the program. Yeah it actually has a price tag but ya get 3 licenses for $10 that you can share with 2 other PCs. Not bad a deal.
2.7.0 (Aug 28, 2009)
This program has come a long way. So far no issues with 2.7. Runs pretty stable on my Windows 7 system, such as 2.6.7 did. Interface DOES take some getting used to if you're a Photoshop user, (i will say I'm not all thrilled with the "clean slate" window that opens up when you run the app) Once you get past that hurdle this program is a great alternative. I wouldn't go so far as Professional quality but for the price and the quality you do get you just can't beat it!
18.104.22.168 (May 27, 2009)
Installs fine, no issues to report.
fubo: neither should the quicktime and real alternatives but betanews still posts them anyway *shrug*
Second shadow: Although i certainly hate that many companies are trying to slip these toolbars under our noses lately, those 3 features aren't exactly major needs for the general user anyhow 9they are available in the pro pack). If you want to categorize Foxit, spyware is probably a more appropriate term (but then your not FORCED to install the toolbar to use FoxIt). FoxIt is just doing what many companies nowadays are doing: offering a general free version that most users will be happy to use, and then a more feature rich version for a fee for those users needs are more than just basic.
5.55 (Mar 1, 2009)
Still the best player around, and still beats WMP in regards to music playing and management. With the portable media player support (with PMP or ML_IPOD) it gave me a good reason to ditch iTunes for managing my iPod. As long as you stay away from installing tons of plugins (i stick with ML_IPOD & OverClocked + the plugins it comes with), no reason to use any other software for playing and managing your music collection, and iPod!
5.55 (Aug 19, 2011 - 3:14 PM)
so i expect Verizon will announce a similar change in the coming months...
5.55 (Aug 19, 2011 - 3:13 PM)
Apple will you just announce the damn iPhone 5 already so the entire tech world can move on?! This way these reports, speculations abound, can finally end?!
5.55 (Aug 19, 2011 - 12:19 PM)
geez talk about giving up! 6 weeks! Thats it?! Seriously?! And they JUST dropped the price of the tablet too... So what? are they gonna give up WebOS too? Maybe somebody else should've bought palm..Sounds like they just wanted a quick way to get a tablet out, nothing more.
MS Phones sales have also been abysmal too but you don't see MS giving up, do you?
HP needs to seriously "invest" into WebOS if they want it to stand a helluva chance!
5.55 (Aug 17, 2011 - 2:08 PM)
it was a blatantly dumb joke, relax :P
5.55 (Aug 16, 2011 - 11:41 AM)
"The CPU probably fried itself"
so you're CPU committed suicide because it couldn't believe that Win7 would run so good!