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2016 19.0.5628 (Sep 29, 2015)
ATIH 2016 drops the ball with one of the worst UIs ever seen on a utility. It takes the "flat" look to dismal new depths that harm usability. Like the previous three versions you have to dig into logs to find out even basic info like which backup job ran last. It also failed to complete an incremental backup based on a ATIH 2014 full backup. Not impressed at all.
3.1.95 (Jun 26, 2015)
Cumbersome, annoying and generally just not that great. But its gets worse. If you have to reinstall your OS for some reason you could end up losing access to your Lastpass account. It seems they only allow access from verified devices...if you have to reinstall your OS or roll back to a previous version and you don't have another device with Lastpass installed you've just lost all your data. No, they WON'T help you with this - there's no recourse at all. Lastpass is the LAST place anyone should entrust their precious login info unless they have a backup somewhere..in which case who needs Lastpass?
0.3.6 (Jan 20, 2015)
I just have to laugh at the geniuses dismissing this program, because its obvious that none of them have actually installed it or have any clue what its for. Unchecky clears the pre-selected installs for bloatware that are included with nearly every legitimate program now (Adobe junk, Chrome, free antiviruses, etc). Its invaluable and saves a lot of time if you frequently install or update software.
3.1 (Aug 29, 2014)
Straightforward, and mission-specific: that's how I like my utilities and this one certainly doesn't disappoint. About the only way Folders Popup could improve was if you could add the Start Menu and Quick Launch to it or if it supported Windows themes. The author might also consider adding his creation to the Portableapps.com collection.
18.104.22.168 Beta 1 (May 22, 2014)
Embarrassingly basic and rather pointless program. A decent RSS plugin for your browser does far more.
22.214.171.124 Beta 1 (Aug 17, 2011 - 8:39 PM)
The decision by hacktivist group Anonymous calls its motives again into question, and could put these police officers at risk.
WTF..? Um, there was never any question about their "motives" (anarchy, vanity, immaturity). The only people who would support bomb-throwers like this are those who secretly enjoy seeing others hurt and long to do it themselves. Anyone who supports a terrorist is automatically suspect themselves. When their done locking up the ringleaders of this sad bunch of malcontents, they should looking into anyone who provided aid and comfort.
126.96.36.199 Beta 1 (Aug 17, 2011 - 8:29 PM)
And endangering innocent people, and making absurd excuses for their crimes, as terrorists do.
188.8.131.52 Beta 1 (Aug 17, 2011 - 8:27 PM)
Kazakhstan ees greatest countreee!
184.108.40.206 Beta 1 (Aug 17, 2011 - 8:26 PM)
Oh, so the transit cops are a real threat to your freedom? Wow, you must have jumped a lot of queues. And probably fallen down a lot while doing it, because you sound like you've got serious head trauma.
220.127.116.11 Beta 1 (Aug 17, 2011 - 8:23 PM)
I'd love to hear you explain exactly what "values" you think Anonymous extols. On second thought, forget it - you're far too stupid and delusional to come up with even a bogus argument.