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4.0.266.0 Beta (Dec 18, 2009)
Wow, what a difference. Last time I tried Chrome I praised it for it's responsiveness, but decided not to use it for the lack of a plugin engine (extensions).
Now I have Xmarks and ADBlock working on it, there really isn't much of a reason to go back to Firefox.
It is amazing just how responsive Chrome is, when working in multiple tabs, compared to Firefox. The Mozilla Devs have some serious catching up to do when it comes to performance (need to divide the various tasks into independent threads, so they don't hinder each other).
I give if 4 out 5 because even for a Beta it is very usable. Of course there is always room for improvement, so keep it up and surprise me with more innovations!
0.33 (Aug 27, 2009)
Great little utility.
I keep a copy on my USB stick for efficient ad-hoc data moving.
If you have 1000s of files to copy, this app is much faster than Windows copy & paste (especially under Vista). And it's folder synchronisation features makes it a must have utility for everyone.
Perfect score for a perfect app!
184.108.40.206 (May 23, 2009)
I have been using Cobian for scheduled data backups to the NAS (networked hard drive) for years. Works flawlessly!
I also keep PathSync on my USB stick, for add hoc folder backups (tends to be faster than Windows copy & paste).
Both excellent applications in their own right and their prices make it a no brainer.
0.2.149.27 Beta (Sep 2, 2008)
Been using it for the past 3 hours and I like it.
Hasn't crashed on me yet and the pages I looked at rendered correctly. Even came with and switched to the UK spell checker automatically.
I think this is a very promising early beta version and I am looking forward to trying the next revisions.
Sleek, fast and smart sums it up for me.
11 Alpha (Aug 3, 2006)
Very nice! Works just like Google Desktop, but restricts search results to Start Menu contents.
I do like the way it displays program names and their icons.
It has never been this easy to bring up Nero, the Command Prompt or any application you can think of without scrolling through hideous menus.
Who needs that silly Start Menu anyway!? :p
11 Alpha (Sep 2, 2006 - 7:05 PM)
Yup, this is why in the UK the law specifies that the seller must refund goods and initial p&p (called distant selling act or something like that).
The customer is only liable for the returns shipping, which he can choose to do himself or ask the seller to pick it up.
I take it there is no such law in the US?