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  1. Review - JavaRa

    2.6 (Apr 22, 2014)

    Seems to do nothing..it can't even download definitions. Probably spyware.

  2. Review - StartIsBack+

    1.6.1 (Apr 22, 2014)

    LMAO at "less buggy than Classic Shell". CS is the only saving grace for Windows 8. Well, correction, even CS can't save that pile of s**t. Startisback gets a 3 because its not quite as stable as CS, has less features and costs money - deal with it.

  3. Review - Mozilla Firefox (Beta)

    29.0 Beta 7 (Apr 13, 2014)

    For those like myself who've finally given up on Mozilla, Cyberfox is a nice alternative. It imports everything from your FF install and is more stable than vanilla FF for me. https://8pecxstudios.com/cyberfox-web-browser

  4. Review - Winamp 5 Full

    5.66.3507 (Nov 21, 2013)

    Enjoy this update, folks - right now its looking like it may be the last one we ever see. AOL's death touch finally ran its course, claiming our beloved Winamp as its latest victim, but you CAN take action to try and save it. There's at least one petition on Change.org to have Winamp put up for sale (or adoption), or in lieu of that, made open source. Please sign any such petitions you come across. Change.org has always been a second-rate site and is due to shut down soon, so keep an eye out for other fan-driven efforts to save Winamp! if you love the most robust media library, the smartest smart lists, the biggest selection of plugins, the best Shoutcast support and possibly the most flexible UI ever put on a media player then make yourself heard!

  5. Review - Foxit Reader

    6.1.1.1031 (Nov 3, 2013)

    Foxit Reader: once a lightweight and non-intrusive alternative to Adobe Reader, it now embodies everything that we hate about Adobe! They actually brag about "social network" features. Do these developers not live in the same reality as the rest of us?

  6. Comment - Anonymous posts cops' personal data, puts their lives in danger

    6.1.1.1031 (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.

  7. Comment - Anonymous posts cops' personal data, puts their lives in danger

    6.1.1.1031 (Aug 17, 2011 - 8:29 PM)

    And endangering innocent people, and making absurd excuses for their crimes, as terrorists do.

  8. Comment - Anonymous posts cops' personal data, puts their lives in danger

    6.1.1.1031 (Aug 17, 2011 - 8:27 PM)

    Kazakhstan ees greatest countreee!

  9. Comment - Anonymous posts cops' personal data, puts their lives in danger

    6.1.1.1031 (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.

  10. Comment - Anonymous posts cops' personal data, puts their lives in danger

    6.1.1.1031 (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.