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1.15 (Apr 17, 2013)
I've recommended this to countless people who hate Windows 8's UI. If you don't mind paying for a replacement menu, this is by far the best one out there.
v10 (Feb 27, 2013)
Um...this is built into Win8. Why did BN even bother to post a link to MS's website for a non-existent upgrade?
2.1 (Jan 3, 2013)
Works, but wouldn't recommend the cleaner part. I tried it on a few VMs letting it fix everything it finds: Trashed 2, broke a few programs on 1, and no issue on 3 others.
The "Find in Registry" tool is invaluable though when removing leftovers. It makes cleaning up messy apps like AOL and Symantec products easy if you know what you're looking for and actually understand the results. Makes regedit's search look like junk.
3.26.1888 (Dec 21, 2012)
Still one of the best.
3.4 (Aug 1, 2011 - 9:04 PM)
Wasn't a bad connection because I downloaded it 4 times and got 4 corrupt files.
Maybe it was just the server I was getting it from earlier...I just downloaded it from DC again and it worked first try this time around.
3.4 (Aug 1, 2011 - 1:47 PM)
"Moo0 WindowMenuPlus 1.11 Installer.exe is not a valid Win32 Application" if you try the DownloadCrew version.
Get this from the developer's site (http://www.moo0.com)
Other than that, really neat app.
3.4 (Jul 27, 2011 - 2:26 PM)
Used to use Norton until 2006 (NAV2005 made my PC slow) then switched to McAfee. I switched to AVG in 2009 and have been using it since.
Some other PCs in the house are running without an AV.
3.4 (Jul 25, 2011 - 2:14 PM)
This policy is one of the few reasons I've refused to join (I've been invited twice, and deleted both of them). I don't use facebook for the same reason.
I wouldn't mind it being in my profile, but I want to be able to hide it and appear as an internet name unless I specify otherwise (i.e. have a white-list of people who can see me as my real name), mainly because most of my friends are from the web.
3.4 (Jul 11, 2011 - 5:31 PM)
I've been using XP since 2002, and am still using it today. The PC I'm typing this on is XP, as are the other 6 of the other 7 in my house (and that one that's not is Server 2003). When I first used it, I loved the fact it didn't crash like Win98SE did. All my software still worked, even DOS stuff.
As others have said though XP generally does bog down over time though. I do have a system that seems to defy this though: an old laptop that's running an XP install from launch (10/2001...)
While Win7 does have its benefits (and I'll admit it does work very well), I can safely say I won't be updating most of my systems anytime soon because of hardware compatibility. Win7 drivers aren't offered for quite a few things I use.