126.96.36.19952 (Sep 4, 2013)
A decent Antivirus, but as usual this isn't the version it's claimed to be. I don't know who keeps uploading it to fileforum, but it's NEVER the version they claim it to be. I don't know whether they're deliberately posting incorrect version numbers, or simply don't have a clue what they're doing. This is claimed to be build 4052, but it's actually 3885.
188.8.131.5282 (Jul 15, 2013)
This is build 3737 (the last one) NOT 3882 as the post claims. Whoever keeps posting this program, at least please get the version right - it's every single time this happens !
1.05 (Jul 13, 2013)
Seems to be pretty good at what it needs to do. I'm not going to mark it down because of the damage it could do in inexperienced hands. In my mind if an idiot screws up their PC using this, it's their fault - not the program's. Tools like this don't belong in the hands of idiots - and certainly shouldn't be marked down if they screwed up.
To my mind, though, a tool like this needs to be available in a portable form. You'd only ever use it when the system is probably infected - and in that condition it will be impossible to install this.
184.108.40.20636 (Jun 25, 2013)
A good antivirus, but - why is this yet again being incorrectly listed as a new version ? The file currently downloading from the link is build 3640, the one that was listed in May - not 3736 as Fileforum claims it is. Even the Avira site lists 3640 as the current build, so I don't know where this 'new' version is coming from.
27.0.1453.93 (May 21, 2013)
Still no overhaul for the download manager to allow for the Save/Open/Cancel prompt offered by other browsers, I see. Chrome is a good browser, but their refusal to implement this one little thing makes it too much of a pain for daily use to me and many others. To be fair though, I can see how it's not an issue to most people. If like me you download a broad range of files, then you'll want to be able to chose file by file whether you want to save it or simply open it.
27.0.1453.93 (Aug 15, 2011 - 8:01 PM)
Not sure whether you're actually apologising, or think your original post was meant to be funny. To be clear - the original post was revolting, and contained items (insulting a persons mother etc) which are just plain WRONG. Again, I'm not sure if the 'split personality' reference is meant to be a joke, but it is quite clear there's something wrong with you.
27.0.1453.93 (Aug 15, 2011 - 7:16 PM)
This post is absolutely disgusting and a complete disgrace .....
27.0.1453.93 (Aug 4, 2011 - 7:47 PM)
Now that's odd. I can't think of one person I know who's ever abided by this law anyway. So now we're supposed to celebrate? Hmm ...
On another note, I read that on the other hand, this new decision means music prices will go up here in the UK. Apparently everyone's in agreement that it IS obviously wrong to make a copy of that CD for our own use. So it's 'only fair' to charge a small subsidy to offset the fact they're now going to allow us to do it. So no, they aren't bowing to common sense after all - still bowing to the music bosses.
27.0.1453.93 (Jul 30, 2011 - 7:06 PM)
You're obviously talking about gmail webmail there. The mail.google.com is the server for accessing mail using IMAP, which is what he said in his article.
27.0.1453.93 (Jul 30, 2011 - 6:54 PM)
Thanks for the heads up about this - quite a nice bit of software that I've already tried previous versions of.
I'd already read about this update on the downloadcrew site. Note though, that the link there for the Windows version actually downloads the Mac version.