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126.96.36.1990 (Oct 25, 2010)
Well,in a head to head test , tixati blows BitSpirit out of the water, no contest. I have tried many bittorrent clients and tixati is the fastest most reliable client I have tried.
v4 - SE 11.10.2010 (Oct 15, 2010)
Used to place a good deal of trust in this app,but now I am less trusting because of what it tags as a virus, even more so after scanning my system32 folder with multiple malware apps none of them identify any of the same files as viruses, and one one occasion when I let it fix the "infected" files it caused all sorts of mayhem with my system. As a result I view what it finds with a large grain of salt now.
5.0.342.1 Beta (Mar 8, 2010)
Reviewing 5.0.342.1 Beta (Mar 8, 2010)
Sweathog, what kind of personal data? I'm not shure that you know, what's mean "personal data"
budzis: Google records almost everything you do with their browser,where you go,what pages you look at. Exactly what they are going to do with this data is as yet not fully understood,but beware Big Brother is watching.
5.0.366 Beta (Jan 22, 2010)
Overall I am satisfied with the performance, but one problem has appeared, there seems to be a conflict with Malwarebytes Anti-malware that was not there with 4.8. I had to turn off MB as any time I tried to close a full screen app it froze my computer,once MB was turned off the problem vanished.
6 Update 13 (Mar 24, 2009)
Hmm,installed with no problem,never had a problem with Java.
6 Update 13 (Jun 23, 2011 - 9:10 AM)
I agree that is somewhat of a problem, but seems to be getting better, I found that going to FF5 left most of my extensions functional.
6 Update 13 (Jun 23, 2011 - 9:05 AM)
I sure hope so!!!!!!!!!!
6 Update 13 (Mar 10, 2011 - 8:15 AM)
Firefox 4 is my primary browser, I like the ability to customize it to my preferences, but I have a copy of perhaps 9 other browsers which I experiment with. I do not use IE8 very much, for an IE clone I prefer Avant, or Maxthon 2 , even Slimbrowser. Have tried Chrome and its variations, but just can not warm up to them. Opera, is ok, but I don't use it anymore than IE8. I have no experience with IE9 as I still Run XP, but am considering a move to Windows 7, so we will see.
6 Update 13 (Apr 25, 2010 - 10:21 AM)
Hard to protect people from themselves. I see most people putting way too much info on their Facebook page, cell #, addresses,work info,what you are doing tonight and where, come on people,take some responsibility for being stupid.
6 Update 13 (Feb 5, 2010 - 8:05 AM)
I see your point, but on the second issue,would that not be akin to wanting Honda to charge the perpetrators for robbing the bank. The way I see it is that the ISP is providing a service in exchange for payment, that is all,unless a subscriber is knowingly distributing ie: a virus that is causing other subscribers grief, I really don't see that downloading falls under the same umbrella.