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12.2 (Sep 7, 2012)
The two month delay of openSUSE 12.2, while a little inconvenient, may have really helped this release. After installing and playing around with it a short while it seems to be a very well functioning and highly polished distribution, with no glaring problems to date. This is fantastic compared to the under-cooked 12.1 release users downloaded ten months ago. Kudos to the development team for not letting that happen again. From what I've read sometime next week users of openSUSE 12.2 will be able to add a repository so that they can download and install the new KDE 4.9.1 desktop. NICE! Along with the rolling release repository this should be one decked-out and classy looking distro. I hope no show stopper problems crop up as I look further at this release, because right now it looks like a real winner!
Yes, I concur with Music4Ever, the comments by Troll and Hugh G Rection are pretty infantile. I think it would be wishful thinking that either of those two clowns will ever grace fileForm readers with anything of substance.
184.108.40.206 (Oct 14, 2010)
From what I've been reading now even the SUMo lite version has spyware on it.
That really is a shame because it's a good program. Oh well, KC Softwares had their chance. If that's the way this developer wants to go then I am left with no other recourse than to take the program off my machine. To reiterate what some others have stated, if KC Softwares were to charge a small amount for a COMPLETELY spyware free version I would be all for that. However the price would have to be VERY REASONABLE, around $10/year.
220.127.116.11 (Aug 21, 2010)
I will reiterate what some other reviewers have said: If you use the SUMo application be sure to use sumolite. This version doesn't contain the known and unacceptable spyware RK (Relevant Knowledge). This lite version is great and deserves 5 stars
6.0.458.1 Beta (Jul 9, 2010)
While Google Chrome has come a long way in a relatively short period of time this browser still doesn't do it for me. Its speed. security, stability, and adherence to web standards are all wonderful but the quality of its extensions and minimalist GUI are a real turn off. What would work for me is for Google to have an option to add another toolbar to house extensions. The area assigned to do this now fills quickly if you are prone, as I am, to adding many extensions. Thousands of addons have been developed but there really isn't room for more than a handful. This makes no sense. Listen Google Devs ..... SOME USERS NEED MORE ROOM!
4.8.0 (May 11, 2009)
I've used a few others but K-Lite Mega Codec Pack has been the best to date. There is a pretty awesome assortment of codecs in this pack including the Real Player alternative. Nice!