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0.3.21 Beta (Oct 13, 2009)
Installed program.... Started it up....Program wants login info?......No option to sign up if your not a member....Went to site...... Limited sign up for beta.......AND NOT AVAILABLE TO UNITED STATES YET!......Uninstalled program. The End
2.2.3 (Sep 11, 2008)
I use nLite to slipstream Windows XP Home and Pro disks to service pack 2, and make them unattended.
Then I use RyanVM's Windows XP Post-SP2 Update Pack
to slipstream the nLited disks to just before SP-3.
Then use .NET-3.5 offline installer from Microsoft. (note that the installer includes .NET 2 and 3 and 3.5 with service packs and updates. A bug in Windows online updates wants to install an update for .NET 3 but fails because the above installer already includes it, so just ignore it.)
Now only 8 online updates left and no reboots!!
1.0.0a (Aug 29, 2008)
This and nLite makes slipstreaming so easy, saves you from many hours at the Windows update site.
184.108.40.206 Build 683 Beta (Aug 25, 2008)
According to the DVDFlick forums, what the developers call "portable" is actually a stripped down version (no shared libraries, to cut down on file size) for beta-testing. It was never designed to be portable, and in fact is not portable as the .ocx's were not included.
Anyway, it looks like this is the FULL version now attached to the portable link.
The full version does work well.
220.127.116.11 (Aug 15, 2008)
Switched from the now BloateD AVG to this.
Real time protection, E-mail scanning, both incoming and outgoing. Quick once a day database updates (they seem to be divided rather than one big huge appended file), very nice if you are on dialup. Nice looking interface, simple and clean.
Also low resident memory usage.
This actually caught a virus when I plugged in a USB memory stick a while back, that got infected, I guess, from another computer it was plugged into. I considered that a good sign!
18.104.22.168 (Jul 23, 2008 - 10:27 AM)
Another one to add to the "don't install list" at windows updates!
The last time they tried this it took hours to index my computer, or whatever it is that this thing does. I have no use for it! I search for a file on my computer once a year maybe, and it works fine as it is. WTF is it with Microsoft and indexing anyway?
OH, and I can find the search program on my own, I don't need it in my face all the time.
22.214.171.124 (Oct 19, 2005 - 2:15 PM)
I am a pre-paid cell phone user. I am one simply because I dont have my phone glued to my ear 24 hours a day. Don't make me pay more than $15 a month just for the half dozen calls I make or get each month! I guess I don't have to worry anyway, I have Verizon prepaid.