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5.6 (Dec 3, 2012)
This would and should be one of the best folder synchronization utilities available with one exception: There is no way to set a 'default' set of folders for the application to open up to. Instead, it opens to whatever two folders were last used. It stands to reason that a Sync Utility would either allow the user to choose the default folders, or at the very least open to the top level of folders on the two drives - e.g., C: and D:. In past versions at least the user could set the GlobalSettings,xml file to Read Only to get around this issue, but that is no longer possible.
0.1 (Feb 25, 2012)
Any file splitter that does not create a self-joining executable is almost worthless.
3.0.1 (Feb 17, 2012)
This tweaking utility is absolutely fantastic. I have used it for several years and it allows you to optinize, clean and customize your system better than any other utility I have found. You can go back to default settings any time you wish. It also has a registry backup program that has saved me several times when I accidentally deleted critical settings from my registry. Give it a try. You have nothing to lose and everything to gain.
18.104.22.1687 (Sep 23, 2009)
This app has one serious flaw. When you click the 'X' to close it, IT DOESN'T CLOSE ! Instead, it minimizes to your tray and you have to take extra step to right click on the tray icon and once again click on CLOSE. I don't know about the rest of you, but when I click an 'X', I expect the app to CLOSE ! Other than that, it will find and fix many registry errors. Not all, by a long shot, but used in combination wiith other registry cleaners, it can prove to be useful. Low rating is ONLY because of the closure issue . . .
3.2 Beta (Aug 25, 2009)
I have tried many different utilities for hiding sensitive information, but this is the best of all that I have seen. There is nothing about this software that I would change. Try it - you'll like it !