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3.3.3 (Feb 20, 2007)
Current version is 3.3.4. This is excellent, in my opinion the best personal finance/budget tracking software available, more streamlined and easier to access features than other programs of the same sort that get a lot more coverage. Excellent account management, split transaction, budget tracking with graphing support.
Used Quicken or others and found them difficult to keep up to date and useful? I found this much more utilitarian software and have used it for years. It is definitely worth a look if you track your finances using the computer.
18.104.22.168 (Jan 4, 2007)
The download provided is for 22.214.171.124 (from here and directly on the google talk page). Not sure if it auto updates to the current build or what?
I like Google Talk, its simplicity and interface. It's not astounding but it meets my needs well.
126.96.36.199 Beta 2 (Nov 1, 2006)
I tried AIM again based on reviews. I was reminded why I hated it so in the first place. Gawdy nastiness, imho. Trillian is getting gray hairs but still kicks AIM's hindparts.
11.0 Final (Nov 1, 2006)
Probably not the best all around media player out there, but still I think it's miles up from previous versions. I also personally hate iTunes (understandably in the minority there), so this is a good easy alternative.
188.8.131.52 (Nov 1, 2006)
Absolutely horrid resource hog. As is tradition of Panda Software.
184.108.40.206 (May 12, 2009 - 8:11 PM)
Methodology aside, that's a lot of random versions and percentages... visualizing things might be useful...
220.127.116.11 (Oct 29, 2008 - 8:24 PM)
what makes the taskbar "dock-like"? The fact that it doesn't have words anymore?
18.104.22.168 (Oct 1, 2008 - 1:43 PM)
"D word and R word" may be a bit nondescript, I'm guessing you mean depression/recession? It's only clever if people know what you're talking about ;)
22.214.171.124 (Sep 8, 2008 - 9:40 PM)
I've been following the evolution of this feature for the last couple years (as a "voter" for it in bugzilla) and I'm glad to see it starting to come to life. It's true that developers can't do everything at once, but perhaps the best thing to come from Chrome is some of these longstanding things being integrated into FF at last, "catch up" or not.
I do wonder how the "politics" of people working on both browsers plays out. Seems like that would cause some conflicts eventually, either time or priorities or both. I personally yawn at Chrome but I do like having another good rendering browser in the mix from a dev perspective.
126.96.36.199 (Jul 16, 2008 - 12:03 PM)
It is confusing that the article links to the previous version for your convenience. ;)