No favorite files added yet
1.0.1959.0 (Feb 19, 2010)
We all are so used to nailing MS for software that falls short of expectations (Me included) it's hard to give em a thumbs up. This app seems well written, no install issues. Of course long term use will provode the final opnion in it's ability to locate bugs,malware ect. But so far so good...I'm going to put it throgh it's paces and I remain optimistic. 4 stars so far..I hope 5 soon.
9.5 Refresh Beta 10 (0.4337.72.3) (Jul 2, 2009)
One would think that a company with a poor reputation and in danger of death would do their best to raise the the quality of their software. But as usual it is clunky, slow and real good at screwing up a users PC. If you need to use AOL then simply use IE or FF and save yourself a headache. AOL is a relic who may be on the out sooner then later.
0.5.5 (Jul 2, 2009)
The app is a basic player that installed and runs well in Windows 7. The interface though simple is in my opinion bulky but that in no way detracts from the way it runs. There are more then enough audio players available and more comin so if this app wants to compete I feel it needs something to make it stand out. I will be watching.
0.1.9 (Apr 27, 2009)
Awesome program...nuf said
2.5 Build 271 RC3 (Aug 4, 2008)
I got kinda excited when I heard some refer to this as a great Winamp replacement. The Russian based application installs fairly easy. The app features the usual skin, plug in's ect as well the ability to download others from their site. Here is the issue and yes it's relevent: The site has 2 language settings Ru and Eng. however when english is selected the plugin descriptions remain in Russian and the plug in manager is not much help. The forum is the main place for help and the english pages are limited.
With future minor bug fixes addressed and an expanded english forum folders this could very well be a top contender
2.5 Build 271 RC3 (Sep 11, 2009 - 12:58 PM)
Well with that list China will end banning 98% of all music. The last line leaves the door open to ban everything.
2.5 Build 271 RC3 (May 9, 2009 - 8:53 PM)
I installed RC1 and it installed without any issues...Creative had a beta driver and though my old webcam doesn't offer even Vista drivers my xp driver allows it to have limited functions. I like it much better then Vista and most likely consumers will as well. I have only one driver issue with Asus but hey it runs well. I simply used a spare S-ata drive and used a boot menu..When I am done driving it I will simply format that drive. I chose not to do a dual boot why?? Call me skiddish with MS. One pisser is no email client (pop3) They steer you towards Live Mail..I am gonna install a 3rd party pop3 client and see if it works well.But all in all Win 7 was a breeze to install and to figure out..unlike Vista
2.5 Build 271 RC3 (Jan 3, 2008 - 1:02 AM)
Indeed, I remember ICQ being a awesome IM based in Isreal...I think I had like 5 numbers in my user number. AOL seems to ruin everythig it aquires. If I were a CEO I would do everything I could to avoid being aquired AOL. They see success and after they buy it they ruin it. My opnion isnt based on my dislike for AOL as an ISP (Hated it from it's beginning) but from watching many products and services they bought go downhill fast including ICQ, Netscape and Winamp. I stared in disbelief when they bought Time Warner. It's no wonder TW removed the AOL from it's official title. I would like to see AOL be forced to spin off some of the companies they got due to declining user base and reputation and then go the way as many of the companies they ruined...Gone for good
2.5 Build 271 RC3 (Aug 28, 2007 - 12:03 PM)
PB must have had ESP when they named their PC Legend....it was legendary as the WORST PC ever. With Compaq a close 2nd
2.5 Build 271 RC3 (Jun 17, 2007 - 11:03 PM)
Ok this build had some issues that need to be addressed...The next build should fix those as well as any other bugs found. If they follow through then the Beta is doing what it's supposed to do. Apple however should refrain from crowing about what may or not be true. MS has been the poster boy for that. I'll sit this one out, the browser field startin' to get crowded. IE7 sucks