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1.20 (Feb 11, 2008)
The application works as intended. I've just tested it and found out that it doesn't connect to any IP. Perhaps MadRat should scan his PC for trojans.
1.0.13 (Aug 19, 2000)
Win32 seems like an interesting program. I don't see that many programs attempting to replace the standard Windows notepad. After all, notepad is small and quick to load. People usually use notepad for making small notes, so I don't think most of us would use all the fancy features that Win32Pad has. However, if you want a good alternative to notepad, I recommend Note Tab Light (http://www.notetab.com) Its free, full of features, open up documents in tabs for easy switching and it remembers the files you've opened and not yet closed.
1.0.13 (Sep 2, 2000 - 3:07 PM)
I'd like to express my gratitude to all those who replied to me thru mail, ICQ and in this forum. I did try Athenda but it wasn't the one I wanted. So I did a little browsing and the word AQUA popped up quite often. I tried searching on it and came across WinAqua. It was just the one I wanted. There are other similar skins too, theres a charcoal coloured version called MacAqua Graphite. I recall seeing other coloured versions such as Green but I'm just too tired from all that searching to do any of such things right now. :)
PS: I browsed thru this page again just as I was about to sleep. If only I had read it sooner ... *winkz*
1.0.13 (Sep 2, 2000 - 4:23 AM)
I've been searching for this particular type of skin for a long time. Somehow, its not available. I don't know the name or the author. I remember seeing it in some screen shots (under icon packager - Faux set of icons). Can anyone tell me where to download the skin in screenshot one? You can post your reply here or mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
1.0.13 (Aug 19, 2000 - 1:34 PM)
Geez ... this whole copyright infringement bulls*** is getting out of hand. Midis, ringtones, etc. are in no way the EXACT copy of the original songs. Seems to me like if you whistle their TUNE, you'd get sued for copyright infringement (that is if someone overhears it and benefits from listening to you rather than EMI's original songs). If you sang Karaoke playing their songs, you could get sued. This is so ridiculous. They should get competent lawmakers who are also technically adept with regards to the Internet and Software and just redo this whole copyright bulls*** thing.
1.0.13 (Aug 19, 2000 - 1:23 PM)
I used to be a Netscape fan. I was anti IE all the way ... that was until they released IE 5. I mean lets face it, Netscape is lagging behind in many areas and most websites nowadays are optimised for IE. They use IE specific features and simply look better in IE. Netscape on the other hand took quite a while to load, and its update more often than not, never seemed to work correctly (I'm not sure about that NOW of course). I go for looks too, but not at the expense of speed and compatibility. I don't want to run some fancy looking browser which eats up my system's resources. I've tried Netcaptor ... just to get rid of the IE look. Sadly, some websites simply DON'T LOAD in Netcaptor even though its using the IE engine. So now, I just stick to Opera. Its light, fast ... it may not be as good as IE or Netscape, but hell, at least when there's an error, it terminates quick and GRACEFULLY (meaning, if it hangs, just terminate it and run the browser again).
1.0.13 (Aug 19, 2000 - 1:11 PM)
I've always used GetRight. It resumes downloads correctly 95% (I'm like estimating here since it tends to screws files up if you resume too many times. But hey, nothing's perfect!) of the time, easy to use compared to Go!Zilla and is much less noisier! I believe that a company will gain the respect and support of the online community through honest, good programming and not by attempting to screw the competitor. I mean, lets face it, Go!Zilla was "OK" until its actions surfaced. Instead of getting reviews for its product, it got a backlash from the community. Whats worse, its underhand tactics does not benefit the users! The least Go!Zilla could have done was ASK whether to change the current preset on our systems or INFORM us about the changes during installation. Well, the topic is aptly named "Go!Zilla Gets Down and Dirty"