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5.0.1 (Sep 20, 2005)
I just wanted to add to linkdup's reply to MarvinK. iTunes includes QuickTime when you download it so your not downloading just one 32mb app, but 2 apps bundled together. Hence the larger file size.
4.6.603 (Feb 20, 2005)
i have been using this for a few years now and have never had a problem with it. it only gets better with each update. i feel just as protected if not more than when i used the bloated mcafee and norton antivirus and this is totally free. they keep the software updated constantly and the def files are always updated almost daily it seems like. better yet it updates itself automatically and install the updates by itself without my intervention. i always recommend this software to everyone i know when they need a av product. it's great.
184.108.40.206 Beta (Feb 17, 2005)
i have used many diffrent toolbars for ie and this one is the best by far. i have been using it for a few years now and it is the only add on i use with internet explorer when i do have to use it.
1.31 (Dec 5, 2004)
i dont agree with the buggy and poorly designed comment. first time i ever used it it was very straight foreward and i noticed big increase in how quick reader loaded up.
4.5.546 (Dec 2, 2004)
i have been using avast since it's 3.x days and it has always been a great program that just keeps getting better. the best part about it is that it is free.
4.5.546 (Nov 15, 2009 - 10:19 AM)
....did I miss something?
4.5.546 (Jan 7, 2009 - 4:46 PM)
I have two Series 2 boxes and both of them pull up content from Amazon with the universal search feature.
4.5.546 (May 13, 2008 - 8:29 PM)
Actually Logitech already provides technology to laptop manufactures for integrated webcams. For instance my Acer laptop's built in webcam is a Logitech.
4.5.546 (Apr 24, 2008 - 7:08 PM)
I went this route a few days ago myself. Installed it on Vista SP1 w/o any problems. All seems to be working fine so far.
4.5.546 (Mar 7, 2008 - 5:16 PM)
I for one think it would be silly. If most of Sprints problems financially stem from them acquiring Nextel and trying to manage two networks and get a new one up and running, then why the heck would anyone want to take on that burdon and manage their own network and get 3G finally up and going? It just doesn't seem like a smart plan to me. Correct me if I'm wrong and tell me how this would be in T-Mobile's best interest.