United States of America
2.2 (Jan 7, 2013)
Does exactly what it say it will do. Great software. Have used it for many, many years now.
4.0.32 (Jan 7, 2013)
Stupid Idiot; you didn't download or use it, but your going to give it a one rating because you think it's over priced; Moron!
With that said I have to admit that I'm not fond of current pricing or the way they want you to pay for each upgrade they make of the software, however;
With that said this in not your normal calculator and it does a whole lot more than your normal calculator; it's more like a tape calculator with a lot more function. I purchased it years ago and didn't pay anywhere near the current price.
I have knocked a rating point off for pmaSoft's irritating practice of wanting one to pay for each upgrade.
But, it is very good software albeit a bit high priced.
13.1.0 (Mar 16, 2012)
Well Mr. Ridling I can only assume that you are not a Solitaire fan. A good majority of people who are Solitaire fans would disagree with you about this software and surprise, surprise; I happen to agree with them. This is by far the best Solitaire software I've ever used; all the way around.
3.6.22 (Nov 4, 2011)
I never had any real problems with v3; I believe I was using v3.6.18 when I first upgraded to v4.01.
The only reason I upgraded was to see if v4 would handle heavy flash environments better than v3. V3 does handle Flash well, but in heavy Flash environments, at least for me, it tended to slow down and degrade a lot. V4 does handle the heavy Flash environments better than v3 and is faster overall, but v4 has problems.
Firefox v3 is the most stable and reliable browser I've ever used and I had no problem with my add-on extensions with v3 either.
v3 is still my favorite and I highly recommend it. If they can make the newer versions as stable and reliable as v3 then they will once again have a great browser, but they haven't achieved that yet.
5.0.1 (Nov 4, 2011)
Firefox is my default browser; I won't use IE and I won't use Chrome. IE is still IE with all of it's problems and doesn't hold a candle to Firefox, no matter the version, and it MS so you know they're being nosy. Chrome I've heard works very well with Flash, but it's still the nosiest browser out there then add the fact that it's not configurable. I have Opera installed, but only use it for certain things. I've also tried Apple Safari and oh yeah it's fast, but there are just some facets of Flash it just can't handle and of course it's not at all configurable.
So, that brings us back to Firefox; I upgraded to version 4.01 from version 3 as v3 handled Flash pretty well, but in a heavy Flash environment it tended to slow down and degrade a lot more. V4 seems to be able to handle the heavy Flash environments much better and is much faster overall that v3.
My one complaint with v4.01 is that it crashes quite a bit usually when there is a lot of page switching going on. Other than that is great.
No change with v5; it still crashes with heavy page switching. Other than that I have not problems with it.