United States of America
126.96.36.19946 (Apr 23, 2014)
Has always worked for me, 5 stars
29.0 Beta 2 (Mar 25, 2014)
They have changed the interface quite a bit. It appears that the status bar below is gone. Also, looks like I cannot add the text underneath the icons anymore either. Do not know what has been tweaked under the hood of this browser, but no rendering problems thus far. The tabs for the pages are also rounded off. The winds of change are blowing in the Mozilla camp.
4.0 Alpha Build 5105 (Dec 23, 2013)
Have used Paint.Net for a while, and have had no problems with it. Very good software.
5.66.3507 (Nov 21, 2013)
Yes, this is the end of an era. Used this software for long time. I remember the older versions that were simpler and not as bloated as versions when AOL took over. They had the chance to be huge, but guess it was not meant to be. Still, hats off to Winamp, it really whips the llama's @$$..
2014 9.0.2008 (Nov 12, 2013)
Has come a long way in functionality and in performance. Good on system resources, however, gets knocked down a star due to false positives. Seems to be a bit overzealous when it comes to detection. Still, is a very good AV.
2014 9.0.2008 (May 1, 2008 - 10:46 AM)
Installed SP3, no problems thus far *crosses fingers*.
2014 9.0.2008 (Jan 19, 2007 - 1:59 PM)
Ya think PRICE has something to do with the amount of units sold?
2014 9.0.2008 (Nov 2, 2005 - 1:35 PM)
Micro$haft does not like competition, so they would naturally go against the open document format. I am hopeful that IBM and Sun can pull this move off, and help promote this format. Have been using Open Office for a while, and is a fine alternative to Orifice. (heh)
2014 9.0.2008 (Oct 22, 2005 - 2:45 PM)
Great program, and you cant beat the price!
2014 9.0.2008 (Sep 16, 2004 - 2:48 PM)
There are no "safe" browsers out there anyhow, it's just a fact of life. Will continue to use Mozilla regardless.