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Darron's Profile

Member since January 17, 2005

  • Name

    Darron Miller

  • Location:

    United States of America

Favorite Files

  1. 1by1
  2. FastStone Image Viewer
  3. Folders Popup
  4. Free Download Manager
  5. NetWorx
  6. VirtualBox
  7. WinRAR (64-bit)
  8. XnView for Windows

Recent Posts

  1. Review - Popcorn Time for Windows

    3.9.0 (Jan 27, 2016)

    Without question you are still downloading copyrighted material with this app. It's just BitTorrent with a video player front end. Expect RIAA fines and warnings from your ISP.

  2. Review - Wireshark for Windows (64-bit)

    2.0.0 (Dec 3, 2015)

    Amazing. Free. The gold standard for years.

  3. Review - FileZilla v3 for Windows (64-bit)

    3.14.1 (Oct 19, 2015)

    Best free FTP / FTPS / SFTP there is. Works great.

  4. Review - DoNotSpy10

    1.0.0.2 (Sep 25, 2015)

    Works very well. Supported by adware but can be disabled during install.

  5. Review - CintaNotes

    2.9.3 (Jul 28, 2015)

    Works great for my needs. Author of this app just gets it. I have come to really rely on it for my day-to-day workflow.

  6. Comment - Adobe Reader faces its first genuine competition from a free alternative

    2.9.3 (Jun 1, 2010 - 9:54 PM)

    You can click off the "Show advertisement" option.

  7. Comment - Adobe Reader faces its first genuine competition from a free alternative

    2.9.3 (Jun 1, 2010 - 9:51 PM)

    Until recently they were installing the toolbar without even a heads-up during the custom install that they were doing so. The optional checkbox is a recent development - geniuses like you should already be aware of such things.

  8. Comment - Google: Oops...our Street View cars also saw websites you were visiting

    2.9.3 (May 19, 2010 - 12:29 AM)

    Yes, war driving and packet snooping is certainly frowned upon at least, especially by a mega-corporation whose sole purpose is data collection. Anyone who thinks this is ok or was "an accident" needs an atomic brain enema. Normally you opt-in to hand over your second-by-second data to google, but this?

  9. Comment - Google: Oops...our Street View cars also saw websites you were visiting

    2.9.3 (May 15, 2010 - 12:43 AM)

    Accidentally. Riiiiiiiiiight... Come on Google, just admit that it was too good a chance to pass up. This company has come a long was from the "don't be evil" days. Switch to Clusty for your searching.

  10. Comment - Internet Explorer 9, the HTML 5 browser: Better than half-way there

    2.9.3 (Mar 17, 2010 - 3:32 PM)

    Well spoken troll.