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11.0.1919.0 (Aug 3, 2011)
This program is vastly superior to the Mac OS X Lion DVD player in every way. PowerDVD 11 never, ever crashes unlike Lion's DVD player. PowerDVD 11 also has superior video quality than Lion's player even when it's running in software only mode. For clarification, I'm comparing PowerDVD running under Windows compared to Lion's DVD software. Another bonus is the fact that PowerDVD 11 can play Blu-Ray discs. It's not possible to watch real HD movies under Mac OS X at all. Apple has publicly announced that it never will be too.
14.0.835.15 Beta (Aug 2, 2011)
@helenpierce - Google Chrome has a feature that blocks spam and malware sites. Blocking the website you mention was very likely intentional. It's too bad that Microsoft doesn't have this kind of feature. Maybe for IE 10?
6.4 (Jul 28, 2011)
Great program, but I can't clone a smaller hard disk to a larger one. Unless the two hard disks have identical capacity I get an error part way through the process.
BTW, why isn't this version on the developer's web site? They only have version 6.3.
11.7 (Jul 28, 2011)
Won't work on my laptop. It's not HP's fault because they fully support installing stock AMD graphics drivers on their Core i5-based Pavilion dm4 laptops. It's AMD's fault because they STILL don't support laptops with switchable graphics. AMD really needs to fix this.
1.3.25 Development (Jul 25, 2011)
This program finally works. Kind of. Low end games that use yesteryear's DirectX version now work. Except for the issue where going from full screen at 800x600 resolution back to windowed mode doesn't work. In my computer's case, going from this mode to windowed mode should change my resolution back to 1920x1080 and show my game in a window. Instead, my resolution stays at 800x600 and I'm unable to access any of the menus in Gnome 3 under Fedora 15. This program is still total crap.
1.3.25 Development (Aug 19, 2011 - 6:15 AM)
Motorola already released a software update that provides full support for SD cards on the XOOM. As for Netflix, I can add Sprint's mobile hotspot feature to my phone for that. Heck, since I live in a strong 4G coverage area I could probably use my phone for my one and only internet service and pay less than Frontier or Comcast. Sprint's tethering feature provides unlimited data. I was under the impression that Motorola's latest update included support for Flash.
Of course, Toshiba's Android tablet is the best one available right now, but the fact that Motorola's XOOM beats HP's WebOS tablet shows just how horrible WebOS is. Besides, hardware aside, Android is a much better operating system than WebOS.
1.3.25 Development (Aug 19, 2011 - 6:04 AM)
They could raise the unlimited messaging plan to $30 per month.
1.3.25 Development (Aug 18, 2011 - 3:00 PM)
Android is vastly superior to WebOS on both phones and tablets. This HP tablet is a total flop. The Motorola XOOM beats it in every single area.
1.3.25 Development (Aug 18, 2011 - 2:50 PM)
This is all well and good, but with Apple's iMessage service right around the corner AT&T needs to significantly increase the pay as you go cost for SMS and MMS. In fact, AT&T should double the cost of each individual SMS and MMS and specifically use iMessage as the reason.
1.3.25 Development (Aug 18, 2011 - 2:42 PM)
Unless Google has changed something then it is possible to communicate with customers through the app store, sort of. I bought SBP Shell for my old Dell Streak and the company that developed the software contacted me at my Gmail address regarding a review I had left on Google's Market Place. I had not made any other attempt to contact the folks behind SBP Shell.