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jblane

Member since August 5, 2009

Reviewed Adobe Shockwave Player 12.3.5.205

One star, because you can do without this piece of software for the 99.9% of the sites, and one day you find out that you need it to browse a single site. Read full review

Reviewed Microsoft Malicious Software Removal Tool 5.76

I don't know how to rate this piece of software as I've never seen it. It only takes a couple of minutes to do "something". Not a single popup or a small windows with a bar saying 0%, 10%, etc.
Taking it on trust, 3 stars Read full review

Reviewed Total Commander (Combined Installer) 9.22a

Total Commander is the typical example of how a piece of software should develop: new features ONLY related to what the program really does and lots of improvements and fixes for the features that already exist.
The appearance of the interface... Read full review

Reviewed Universal Extractor 2.0.0 RC2

Great software, it does what it says, and I'm not certainly talking about zip or rar archives but installers, packed EXEs and unusual packers. Read full review

Reviewed Nero Burning ROM 2019.1.12.0.1

I really can't understand why this wonderful piece of software turned into something I cannot even define: libraries scattered all over the hard drive, useless system services and/or startup executables, neverending installation, impossibility to... Read full review

Reviewed Norton Security with Backup (formerly Norton 360) 22.19.8.65

If you are an 8-year-old boy/girl user who can't tell a hacker from a sacher(torte), this is the program for you. Read full review

Reviewed QuickTime for Windows 7.7.9

What can I say? It's like shooting a sitting duck.
Poor old QT format... Read full review

Reviewed Maxthon Cloud for Windows 5.2.7.5000

At least for me: quick, complete, customizable to the max, useful features, working like a charm. Read full review

Reviewed Total Commander (Combined Installer) 9.22a

It does it all and does it all perfectly.
Vital, essential, absolutely necessary, indispensable, can't find the right word.

P.S. It only has to be slightly polished, Let's hope they won't come up with some brand-new bloatware idea and spoil... Read full review

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