United States of America
6.19 Build 5 (Apr 3, 2014)
I don't know, EagleGet is free and does pretty good. Has the same download capabilities and video capture.
Beta 3.0 (Aug 5, 2013)
Worked pretty good for me. Win7 64, x79. Found 5 out of date on my personal system and 4 on my other one. Fast and no screw ups.
4.8.1 (Feb 4, 2013)
Gave it a 1 because it wants to install the candy garbage for windows.
188.8.131.52 (Dec 31, 2012)
I don't think it works with Win8 64. Won't run even in compatibly mode. A 1 just because I could not test it.
184.108.40.206 (Dec 16, 2012)
Win8 compatibility? Not only with this version, iTunes locks up when attempting to play my files. I record C2C AM which is 4 hours. (big file) It plays just fine when using Copy Trans Manager, but is totally screwed with iTunes. There are features I like about Tunes and a whole lot of things that are a waste.
I think the Copy Trans programs are better for working with my iPod, but you still have to have iTunes installed to make it go.
220.127.116.11 (Jul 28, 2007 - 11:25 PM)
It has been debunked, Sony once again dumped a bunch of BS. HD will continue to be sold at Target.
18.104.22.168 (Jun 17, 2006 - 10:34 PM)
I have been using XP64 with great success. I have tried both versons of Vista, 32 & 64 bit, and have to take a wait and see position. Right at the moment I don't think the developer support is there.
This is my experience with Vista Beta 2. All installs were clean on a separtate hard drive.
Intellipoint 5.5, failed to install on 32 bit would work on 64 bit.
Creative X-Fi drivers, installed on 32 bit but not on 64 bit. (drivers are beta and still rough) Realtek onboard sound drivers work.
Raxco Perfect Disk 7.0, fails to install on 32 or 64. Version 8 will be out the first of the year.
Acronis True Image 9.1, installed on 32 but not 64.
Zip Utilities, Quick Zip worked the best, many others failed.
One of my favorite file mangers, Drag & File, was marginally stable on 64bit
Nvidia Beta Video drivers worked but also are still rough on the edges.
The Nvidia NF4 chipset drivers have no install other that using the .inf files. I think Vista natively covers some of this.
Printr /Scanner drivers, I only used the built in HP 4 Plus drivers in Vista, which worked OK. I use a Canon 8400F Scanner and an Epson 200 in XP64, should have tried them but I gave up at this point.
Overall Vista is pretty, it seems a little slower than XP, either version. (probably related to drivers) Maybe after the first of the year.
22.214.171.124 (Feb 18, 2006 - 7:54 PM)
I installed the version for XP64 (three times) and also found it would not update, it left the little exclamation mark on the tray icon and left the warning that my definitions were more than 20 days old when the program was opened.
I also liked the extra tools for cleanup that version 1 had, now removed. Like the Ole, Ball Game, three strikes and your out, but then that's why it is BETA.