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Jeremy's Profile

Member since September 16, 2006

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    Jeremy Poynton

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    United Kingdom

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Recent Posts

  1. Review - Everything (32-bit) Beta (Aug 5, 2014)

    Andy2004 - it doesn't "Update the database every time...", it uses the MFT(s). Which is why it is blindingly fast. Suggest a disk check

  2. Review - aTunes

    3.0.5 (Feb 11, 2013)

    Requires Java, a major security hole. No thanks

  3. Review - Music Label 2017

    19.0.2 (Feb 11, 2013)

    MediaMonkey for my 6TB+ music collection. Yet to find another analogous program that handles such a large collection so well. WMP can't even load it all.

  4. Review - Core Temp

    1.0 RC4 (Oct 17, 2012)


    Yeah. It's really really hard clicking on the button that says

    "Skip all free offers"

    isn't it?

  5. Review - Process Explorer

    15.23 (Oct 5, 2012)

    Kuhgi. Runs fine on this Win 7 64 bit machine, with admin privs. Indeed,.I have never had a problem running it. Sounds like your privileges are bunned.

  6. Comment - Acronis True Image Home 2012 enters private beta

    15.23 (Jul 5, 2011 - 1:03 PM)

    Gave up on Acronis - too may features would fail, such as automatic clean up of old images. You'd then have to do this manually. Support is now paid for or not at all. They don't even respond when you file a complaint. Macrium for me from now on

  7. Comment - Firefox Plumber plugs memory leaks, with hidden cost

    15.23 (Jun 6, 2011 - 9:59 AM)

    I regularly had memory usage of over 1gb with ff 3.6 and earlier. Slowed it down terribly, so I've junked FF for Chrome, who are now at last adding in some extension

  8. Comment - Is Firefox doomed?

    15.23 (Mar 30, 2011 - 7:28 AM)

    What these articles always assume is that everyone is a gadget user. In fact, many many of us over the age of 50 are not, and are quite happy to have occasional internet access, from a desktop or laptop.

    Indeed, I would add that for many of use, the idea of being connected to the internet wherever you are, and assailable by other people wherever you are, is a total nightmare.

    There's many a long year to go before the traditional browser on the traditional PC/MAC is a thing of the past.

    Down with ageism!

  9. Comment - Rise of complaints follows Apple Mac OS X 10.5.6 update

    15.23 (Dec 17, 2008 - 11:30 AM)

    Well done, Apple - more like Windows every day ;->

  10. Comment - BBC launches iPlayer 2.0

    15.23 (Jun 30, 2008 - 9:48 AM)

    There. Got it yet?