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22.214.171.124 (Jun 9, 2011)
Useless software. Just download the manual installers directly from Adobe:
6.10.65 (Jun 14, 2010)
Following up on the review by AnClar, SetPoint 6.1 still does not fix the sensitivity issues with G5 mice, even though one of its primary fixes was supposed to be exactly that. You can see the large list of complaints in Logitech's support forums. 3months between releases, and the issue is still unresolved... incompetence at its finest.
4.0.302.2 Beta (Jan 25, 2010)
Very fast to load, and quickly renders web pages. Extensions need time to mature, but are off to a good start. Not very configurable (I miss the about:config page in firefox). No way to disable alternate streams being attached to downloads.
To everyone claiming spyware: THIS IS OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE! Go review the code for yourself and realize that if you opt out of sharing information with google, it really does opt out! (Look in the Under the Hood section of options)
3.6 (Jan 21, 2010)
- Well recognized on the web, so almost all web pages render correctly (web devs actually make code allowances for Firefox to render correctly... yes even Firefox isn't perfect when it comes to standards interoperability).
- Too many add-ons to shake a stick at.
- Personas are a neat addition to make standard.
- Live bookmarks
- Content (blocking) policies for XUL devs
- The browser is quite slow to load (with and without all add-ons disabled)
- Browser requires restart when add-ons are installed, updated, disabled, or enabled.
- Whole browser runs as a single process, so one bad website can cause a whole session to crash.
- To the user looking for a screen capture utility, try the FireShot add-on for Firefox.
2.40 (Jan 1, 2010)
GadgetPig, not everyone browsing is a male, and your download instructions are a bit more complicated than need be.
If having issues with downloads, go directly to: http://www.realtek.com.tw/downloads/
As for the drivers, each incremental release over the 6 months has made no noticeable changes for me, but frankly that's fine since everything is currently working as expected. I give 5 stars for the team at RealTek continuing to support their products.
2.40 (Mar 12, 2010 - 12:27 PM)
The idea that i4i would collect $95 in royalties for each copy of Word/Office sold is absurd. That's roughly 1/2 the retail cost of Word, or 1/4 the cost of Office. The XML component is a very minor inclusion in the Word package, and in reality, I'm betting a license agreement would have netted them closer to $0.95 per copy sold.
Irreparable damage doesn't justify the $95 tag either. If anything, they damaged their image by laying claim to the XML editor in Word. It's abysmal.
2.40 (Feb 6, 2010 - 11:27 AM)
A terrific idea that they've made their search engine capable of querying these symbols from the get-go. I'm impressed. This goes a little further to justifying that large $50 price tag.
2.40 (Dec 29, 2009 - 2:48 PM)
"The first public peek at Firefox 4 is slated for late Q2; and although RTM is set for Q4, history tells us to expect that actual time to fall in early Q1 2010."
That would be a considerable feat!
2.40 (May 5, 2009 - 2:14 AM)
ODF compliance in Office 2007 SP2 is poor, see here: