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2 Beta (Nov 2, 2002)
The program runs fine for me. I've never once seen v1.2 crash on any machine, so I expect you have a problem with your own setup.
5.62 (Sep 26, 2001)
What AdAware does is different than an antivirus program as AdAware uninstalls spyware apps. But you are right, there should be some kind of scripting support.
1.4 (Jul 22, 2001)
Awesome! Runs fine on my Athlon 1.33ghz, and doesn't use many cycles when not in view. If you have a decent machine, this is a MUST HAVE.
1.5 Beta Build 156 (Jul 14, 2001)
Yah it is UK only, sounds like a great idea though.. Any other programs like this for the US?
1.5 Beta Build 156 (Sep 28, 2001 - 4:09 AM)
RealOne is one last chance effort to save a lost company. Everyone has groanced about the sneakiness of RealPlayer in the past. The checked checkboxes on a page down of the unchecked options, the enabled autostart options, etc.
Now it is even worse. Running Windows XP, having a notice of a new message is not too infrequent (driver updates, windows messenger checking my hotmail box, etc), but from Real is.. unreal. I could at least normally choose to disable these options thru a maze of Preferences/SmartStart.. But now, to my dismay, I can't even disable RealOne from starting on startup.
When is it that companies will learn that we want our computers to ourselves? I may download a lot of shareware that comes w/ spyware and whatnot, but I shouldn't have to uninstall a certain program just to eliminate this problem.
Uninstall is what it came to w/ RealOne. I installed RealOne hoping for some competition to WMA, but once again Real has managed to take over my system. From starting a number of processes to startup, to requiring a 'login' for the Real player system along w/ a 15 day trial is ridiculous.
Microsoft is giving away the WMA technology, and if Real had any type of business-savy they would do the same. What Real is trying to do i s enable push, a technique that failed back in IE4 (hell, push in IE4 was free at least). Real is on its final straw, not only has it's lost its audio market to MP3 and WMA, but it has lost its new video market to everyone else. If Real was smart, they would do what is expected and make RealOne FREE.
It's not too tricky Real. You make RealOne free, then 6 months down the line charge from some RealGold pass or whatever you wish to call it. I swear monkeys are taking over our world as corporate executives are completely misjudging their intended audiences.
Who is running these companies? And what are you thinking? A "not so screwed up" interface is nice, but try getting the marketing as well before you bow out to MS. No wonder they take over so many sectors, none of you dumbsh#ts seem to know how to handles them.
1.5 Beta Build 156 (Jun 4, 2001 - 1:53 AM)
As seen from http://www.inside.com/jcs/InsideDope?pod_id=10, the Movie Magic software has reverted to its original pricing model from its trial of a "$99 per year with unlimited upgrades." This is much like the subscription model being presented for Windows XP, I think it could fail the same death if the public retaliates against it.. (As they should).