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1.0 (5.2.3790.67) (Oct 29, 2003)
If this is something they think is needed, then why don't they just add a "repair" button somewhere in control panel, or better yet under the same menu as the autoplay options? Chances are the people that need this fix won't even know about it.. Make it a recommended update on windowsupdate and get it in the UI!
18.104.22.168 RC0 (Oct 19, 2003)
Absolutely wonderful! I could see this getting even better with some minor tweaks. +1 star for not crashing every 10 minutes like MusicBrainz.
22.214.171.124 (Oct 10, 2003)
This is going to take off big, all the previews look great.
For all those that say, "OMG KAZAA DOOD!", I say: Every day at my PC shop I clean at least 1 PC of spyware-related problems. 1 easy, usually more like 3 a day. At $45-$75 a pop, that customer would have had a much better experience with a program like this. I'm glad to see a download service for the PC, finally.
2.5.2 (Sep 24, 2003)
I've seen their spyware crap mess up sooo many systems. Don't use it! Personally I'd rather pay a monthly fee rather than have *any* type of adware on my system.
1.3 (Sep 18, 2003)
Nice program, good to see it still around. Good, quick way to see your google (and other engines) rating without having to click "next" and browsing through search results everytime you want to see how your search ratings are doing.
1.3 (Jul 16, 2003 - 2:09 AM)
1.3 (May 8, 2003 - 10:17 PM)
Oh that's harsh. ahem. You just did the same thing.
The product isn't even beta yet.. How would someone talk about it? OK..
WOW, this version 2004 is WICKED! Holy! It's great! I really like how they uh.. and they also.. yea! Congrats Intuit!
Thanks, that was inspiring. Please reply about how stupid I am again.
1.3 (May 7, 2003 - 2:44 AM)
Anyone else think code-names for software is just.. stupid?
1.3 (May 3, 2003 - 8:23 PM)
It's good, because you don't have to buy the full album if you only want one or 2 songs. Yea, it may not be worthwhile if you're going to buy every song on the album, but for a large majority of people, it will provide a nice, LEGAL option.
1.3 (Mar 8, 2003 - 1:17 AM)
Quantum Link was even before that, I was using it circa 1984 when I was 6. I remember uploading a pirated copy of "Mail Order Monsters", not knowing there was anything wrong with that.
There was a class-action lawsuit with version 5 also. And 6. You'd think people would take notice of this and stop using it, but I guess not. The way the AOL client uses and detects your modem/network connection has always been horrid.