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Build 206 Sneak Peak (Aug 11, 2002)
So close to being my player...but it fails me. The Equalizer is extremely flawed, not even mildly usable. I have also experienced random 'jumps' to other places in the sound file, just by doing something in another program! Weird. It looks promising though, hope it gets better without getting bloated.
3.60 (Nov 30, 2001)
A rare case - this program is 100 free, and the best in it's class - far faster, lighter and feature-rich than it's costly counterparts. Very recommended as a Windows image viewer/soft editor.
2.78 (Nov 28, 2001)
HOLY COW! And I thought version 2.77 was good - 2.78 totally blows it out of the water!!! A must-download for any fan of the Winamp series.
8.1 Beta 2 Build 4285 (Oct 20, 2001)
still only good for .zip files and a small handful or formats that are rare to come by. Wheres the RAR and ACE support? It's one of the few archiving utilities that refuses to branch out to ALL arvive formats yet it remains the most popular.
1.40 Beta 8 (Oct 19, 2001)
A fantastic CD Ripper & mp3 encoding/decoding utility! Definitely the best out there, and it's free. Theres no contest.
1.40 Beta 8 (Jun 13, 2002 - 12:57 AM)
This could because certain AOL partner sites are designed with IE in mind rather than standards, and aren't rendered properly by Gecko. Hopefully they are working on fixing this rather than ditching Mozilla's effort.
1.40 Beta 8 (Jul 10, 2001 - 3:29 PM)
1.40 Beta 8 (Jun 30, 2001 - 3:35 AM)
Yes, I'm sure they are just looking out for me...
1.40 Beta 8 (Jun 28, 2001 - 5:17 PM)
You're bound to get a few shouts of "paranoid" from the microsoft fans for that, but really, it's not that far off. Microsoft is obsessed with preventing piracy in all it's forms, and something like that isn't too far fetched. I don't know that they'd be able to get away with doing it so sneakily at this point, somebody would be bound to find out, but you never know. They might not even do it secretly. They wouldn't really have to - they are Microsoft, people will buy, they can do whatever they want as long as lots of people don't act up about it.
Microsoft's obsession with piracy is rather ridiculous, especially for a company that makes so much damn money and is run by the richest man on the planet (literally). I think it is not entirely negative when people turn to warez to acquire their products, personally. This company has put itself in a position where there is very little competition for them & they get crazy with control - I think people have a right to steal from those lowlife, wealth-addicts...and no matter how much the folks that are in to warez pirate their s***, there are still so many more that do it the legal way. They will still make huge profits...all power to the folks that refuse to play their little game & contribue to their wealth.
(I can already smell the s*** I'm going to hear for that...)
1.40 Beta 8 (Jun 28, 2001 - 5:06 PM)
Why is everybody complaining? I can't wait till "product activation" finds it's way into audio CDs...wouldn't that be awesome? It would prevent against all those awful cases where folks have let other people borrow their music and listen to it on their CD players when they didn't even buy the damn thing! That's outright piracy. We need to protect intellectual property! I hope Microsoft merges with one of the record companies soon - then they'd have their hands on computers, internet services, video game consoles, television AND music. I like the way they run things!