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Kyle's Profile

Member since January 4, 2005

  • Name

    Kyle Goodnight

  • Location:

    United States of America

Favorite Files

  1. MediaMonkey
  2. Microsoft WorldWide Telescope

Recent Posts

  1. Review - EF Commander

    10.60 (Jun 15, 2015)

    GpSoft Dir Opus still King! Has it all and then sum!

  2. Review - Spamihilator

    1.6 (Mar 19, 2015)

    I used this for Outlook 2010, it installed and seemed to disappear. I could not find any trace of the program but as soon as mail check started, scanned my incoming mail..It hung on Gmail and had to reboot to get outlook back. Same thing again...So I uninstalled it...trouble is it buried it's self deep in the registry and even after I uninstalled it, I kept did a registry purge and it STILL started...It totally mucked up my outlook profile and had to create a new profile to get rid of it...Not sure why it hung up my system but users be aware of the difficulty of uninstalling this addon...

  3. Review - Yapbam

    0.17.11 (Feb 18, 2015)

    Took a look at this offering, a bit confusing layout and had difficulty trying to set up a simple checking account...not very intuitive in MYHO..

  4. Review - Photo Manager 2008 Standard

    1.0 Release 2 (Oct 28, 2014)

    This is NOT freeware, it is shareware requesting $59.00 registration. Looks good but uninstalling due to misrepresentation of license

  5. Review - ImgBurn (Sep 30, 2014)

    This used to be a staple in my software tool box but now the new version is bundled with "crapware" OpenCandy which captures your data and sends it to adware vendors. A real pitty as this was good software. Why do developers do this to the user base? If it is about money, then go shareware with the release. I for one will not use softeware that installs this sort of thing..
    Author, please remove the OpenCandy crapware...Please!!

  6. Comment - Manage Windows files with Multi Commander 1.10 (Jul 19, 2011 - 9:40 AM)

    Author has done an excellent job with this product. It reminds me of a text shell from the past which served the DOS arena very well. I am still feeling my way around and like what I see so far. I have been using DirOpus from GpSoft which ,IMHO, is the most comprehensive and functional shell out there. It is not free but is rock solid and is highly customizable.

    I will continue to watch this product. it is always nice to have an alternate.

  7. Comment - Paragon Hard Disk Manager 11 Professional: The full review (May 4, 2011 - 9:00 AM)

    I just emailed sales at Paragon to find out if I could install the suite on both my laptop and desktop and within 5 min i received an email back saying my message was deleted without being read due to my inquiry was classified as ++spam++. Nice! They just lost a sale. If companies post instructions for inquiries, they should make sure they are read by a person instead of some automated process.
    Too bad,I will stick with Diskeeper...

  8. Comment - The Bat! 5.0 improves comm features and email management (Apr 9, 2011 - 8:07 PM)

    If you like to have to "fiddle" with each email just to read it, then this pgm is for you. If you like having to load each HTML email in your browser just to see what is there, then this pgm is for you. I personally like to see my emails as they were sent to me without having to "fiddle" with it just to read it. Touted as "security" but IMHO is a cumbersome interface. There are a number of good free clients out there that are as good or better.

  9. Comment - Without auto-update, 2 million users downloaded IE9 RC (Feb 16, 2011 - 5:11 PM)

    Win7 updates attempted to install IE9 but failed with a vague error message saying IE9 did not finish. That's details, no clue as to what is wrong. Looked up on Web and shows all sorts of hoops I have to jump through to get IE to install...Why??...FF installed, Opera installed fine...Why not IE....I will stay with FF...

  10. Comment - After Tenenbaum, who will take back the music industry from the RIAA? (Aug 3, 2009 - 12:54 PM)

    There is a simple answer for all this Riaa stuff. Without consumers, the RIAA has no product. So as consumers I suggest that any company/artist/record or what ever that is represented by the RIAA is Totally boycotted forever. Dont buy their products, music or what ever and it will soon stop.