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1.87 (Apr 28, 2010)
Very cool app. I've been removing bloatware after a restore on an older Dell and this thing makes it much easier.
2.8 (Apr 27, 2010)
Fantastic little tool for finding out what is taking up space on your hard drive. It shows everything in a hierarchical way, which makes it very easy to follow directories down to where the actual space is being used.
With a right click, you can go into that directory, which is a brilliant idea and gets you to the place you want to delete things quickly, even if the directory names are cryptic.
2.8 (May 17, 2011 - 8:18 PM)
We'll definitely have some coverage of the event. We've already got one of the Tab 10.1's in house, since Tim was at Google I/O, so we should have more details on our experience with it in coming days as well.
2.8 (May 5, 2011 - 4:15 PM)
fixed - thanks for pointing it out
2.8 (Mar 10, 2011 - 7:01 PM)
Because I want different cookies set or not set, I tend to have at least two browsers on the go at all times. Lately, that has been Chrome and Camino. FF has been relegated to specific tasks, only because some of the plug-ins I run for SEO and site analytics seem to slow it down.
I like Opera, and tend to run it when I'm running a PC, along with MSIE. If I was starting from scratch, I'd give it a serious look on my Mac.
I've never warmed to Safari.
2.8 (Feb 17, 2011 - 12:44 PM)
The question is, do people need "more juice". I just want to browse the web and read magazines, maybe write some emails if I'm travelling and using it from the airport or subway. I don't need "more juice" for that; I need light weight, long battery life, clear screen, and an affordable price (and one that means I'm not to precious with it).
Personally, I'd like to see all that in a more open environment as well. I love my iphone, but for something that isn't also my phone (has to work, all the time), I don't see any need to "protect" me from doing what I want with it.
2.8 (Jan 28, 2011 - 12:59 PM)
That is because Betanews and Downloadcrew are partner sites. Neither Downloadcrew nor Betanews's software directory FileForum operate on a pay-per-click model.