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184.108.40.206 Beta 3 (Apr 5, 2008)
I want to be given a choice on whether to install FeedStation. I don't like having to uninstall the unwanted program afterwards. It's rude of an installer not to offer you a choice when it installs a seperate piece of unneeded/unwanted software. FeedDemon is slooow updating if you don't create a NewsGator account. What if I don't want one? I have to sacrifice speed? I'm sory, but I don't see how this even comes close to GreatNews. It seems we have a bunch of bandwagon fans since FeedDemon went freeware.
0.85 Beta (Jan 4, 2008)
MBAM is shaping up nicely. The quick and full scans are very fast. It does NOT cause any system damage (as claimed by a couple of reviewers) and can be uninstalled cleanly. MBAM can actually remove any malware it finds. It is being developed by reputable people in the anti-malware community. MBAM will replace Ad-Aware on my machine.
220.127.116.11 (Dec 26, 2007)
A very nice hex editor, but no longer being developed.
What happened to Tiny Hexer?
Time goes by and things change...
After 25 years of hobbyist programming I lost my interest in that hobby, that's all. Programming was just a very long-lasting hobby of mine. You probably never ask strangers why they lose interest in bowling or collecting stamps, do you? So just please don't ask me why I lost interest in this hobby, it just happened. I think I owe you nothing (well, not even this statement) for giving up Tiny Hexer and programming at all as you never had to pay anything to be able to use my routines and programs... And you know: You always get what you've paid for...
Q: Why such an abrupt change of mind?
A: Well, it wasn't that abrupt. I was thinking about retiring from programming for the last two years. I personally have little needs for an hex editor today, and so it was less and less fun to continue. And what is an hobby without fun? Right, it's bulls***...
Q: Will you eventually release an Open Source version of Tiny Hexer?
A: No, I will not for different reasons: Tiny Hexer uses some routines I purchased (Purchased??? Yes, why not? Don't you buy stamps if you collect them?) and which cannot be published as OS. So I would have to remove that code from Tiny Hexer, which means programming again... *yuck*. Another reason is: Tiny Hexer growed over nearly eleven years, and as I was an hobbyist, not a professional programmer, it's coded quite chaotic and also little documented. That would lead to lots of questions which I'm not willing to answer...
Q: And what are your hobbies now?
A: Astonishing people *harhar*
Q: Any odds that Tiny Hexer will be revived some day?
Q: But where can I get the last release of Tiny Hexer?
A: mpth_18.exe (Full version), mpthme_18.exe (Medium Edition) and tinyhexer.cab (Small Edition).
Q: Which alternative do you recommend?
A: HxD, a well designed freeware Hex editor actively developed by Maël Hörz.
3.3 (Oct 24, 2007)
For organizing pictures, Faststone is the best.
For just viewing a quick pic, there is nothing better. This app serves every purpose.
7.0.5730.13 (Oct 4, 2007)
IE7 is a most excellent browser. It's stable, fast and secure. Yes, just as secure as any other browser. It doesn't gobble up resources like one browser I tried. There's no need to install tons of "extensions" just to get functionality. IE7 is the best.
7.0.5730.13 (Jan 31, 2006 - 4:50 PM)
Is this some kind of cruel joke played on us by Microsoft? I know this is a beta, but give me a break. The toolbars are not movable, and their default position is not acceptable. All the buttons are out of place, and the icons look like they were drawn by a first grader! A public preview should impress, but it didn't impress me one damn iota. If this is what I have to look forward to, I'll jump on the Firefox bandwagon for sure.