51.0.1 (Jan 29, 2017)
I've been using Firefox for many years, first in Windows XP and then in Debian. At some point betas as well as normal releases became too unstable for me to use so I started using ESR versions. Now even ESR versions seem like betas. Something is just not right with Firefox any more. It lags in about everything you do with it, but I'm so dependent on it. Sad. It must be overbloated with trashy code, I don't see any other reason why it is so laggy. And in the mean time I changed three PCs in the last 10 years. The one I have now is far more powerful than the first one. Mozilla, please hire some better coders and/or make a new browser from the ground up. This is going nowhere and I'm considering using alternatives. You've lost so many users in the last 10 years and it is perfectly understandable why. It' a shame though because we do need an open source browser. Good luck! Can't give you more than 3 stars and that is for the effort. Your programmers suck big time.
11.6.602.180 (Mar 17, 2013)
Waiting for HTML5 to spread... until then we have to cope with what we've got.
I have nothing else to say. Everybody else said it before me.
18.0.1 (Jan 18, 2013)
I'm almost forced to say, since I was a long time Firefox supporter, that for the first time ever I've gone back to v16.0.2 that worked well for me. I'm a scumbag for not even trying this 18.01 version probably, but v17 gave me some issues with memory consumption [memory leaks, obviously], and it made my other apps "hickup" in the background. I've noticed this 100% CPU overtaking by Firefox 17.01 more than a dozen times. I would like to know if the issue has been resolved in this new version? I will for the first time give it 3, though. I don't like where this is going... it feels fishy. I'm on the verge of trying out Chrome. After so many years. Sad. They should pull themselves together.
22.214.171.12452 (Oct 1, 2012)
Mr. Flemens. 99% of the Windows users use Windows XP or 7 and you give this extraordinarily stable and great player one star because it supposedly crashed your Windows 8? That's rather childish, isn't it?
I have never seen MPC crash any OS that I installed, and if I ever encounter that, I will first blame the bad drivers, because that sounds rather logical to me.
1.99.1 (Sep 6, 2012)
Simple to use, reliable, full of useful tools for all your picture editing needs, and it reads every image format ever devised. ;) No other viewer does that. I can even view pictures from Atari or Commodore... Incredible program. It's not a bad file browser, too. Small and compact, portable, too. I cannot praise it enough. However, just one thing always bothers me with XNView: it feels slow. I mean especially filters and zoom in-out if filtering is enabled. Why not using hardware acceleration for that, and a little bit more efficient code. That would make me give it ten stars. :) So because the code feels a bit slow, just five stars. :) Thank you for a great program. I've been using it for like 10 years or so. [after ACDSee that became too bloated for me]