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Darron's Profile

Member since January 17, 2005

  • Name

    Darron Miller

  • Location:

    United States of America

Favorite Files

  1. Adobe Photoshop Lightroom for Windows
  2. FastStone Image Viewer
  3. Folders Popup
  4. Free Download Manager
  5. NetWorx
  6. Sysinternals Suite
  7. TrueCrypt
  8. VirtualBox
  9. XnView for Windows

Recent Posts

  1. Review - SageThumbs

    2.0.0.20 (Sep 16, 2014)

    Very nice. It is xnview's ShellEx extension but on steroids. Lots of configurations.

  2. Review - Folders Popup

    2.1 (Aug 22, 2014)

    Wow. I've been looking for something like this for a while to replace another app that isn't developed any more. Full featured, great options. THANK YOU to the developer!

  3. Review - Adobe Photoshop Lightroom for Windows

    5.5 (Aug 1, 2014)

    Gold standard. In this case you get what you pay for. Extensive abilities and well thought out.

  4. Review - Tor for Windows

    3.6.3 (Jul 28, 2014)

    Inforwars... Please. Read on for more exciting 9/11 was an inside job news.
    Tor is still safe to use as long as those using it don't get lazy or use old, buggy software. Tho if you're doing illegal stuff anywhere online you're taking risks.

  5. Review - XP Update Extender

    1.0.0.0 (Jul 28, 2014)

    You are crazy if you use this.

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

    1.0.0.0 (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

    1.0.0.0 (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

    1.0.0.0 (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

    1.0.0.0 (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

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

    Well spoken troll.