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  1. Review - DAEMON Tools Lite

    10.4.0 (Jun 5, 2016)


  2. Review - WhatsApp for Windows

    0.2.684 (May 14, 2016)

    No support for Windows Vista and 7 = BS

  3. Review - Audacity for Windows

    2.1.2 (Mar 30, 2016)

    Don't allow fake user agents on their site. Therefore a 1.

  4. Review - CDBurnerXP (Nov 16, 2015)

    Symantec Endpoint Protection 12.1.6168.6000 delete any download of CDBurnerXP and says it is a PUA.OpenCandy and is malware.

  5. Review - NVIDIA GeForce Experience (Jun 15, 2015)

    @Qlib - If You know how to secure anything before Vista the spying is worse. Heard of Faronics Deepfreeze ? If not Google it.

  6. Comment - Thunderbird 6 arrives, but was it too fast? (Aug 17, 2011 - 5:35 PM)

    "Support for Jump Lists means that Windows 7 users can now right-click the program's Taskbar icon to quickly compose a new message or open Thunderbird's Address Book." - who cares about Windows 7 ? I don't !

  7. Comment - Anti-malware vendors unite to fight cybercriminals (Aug 17, 2011 - 5:31 PM)

    F-Secure did destroy my Windows 98SE installation years ago. It all did F up completely after install. Phoned to F-Secure and talked to their support how to solve the F up. After a week i gave up, formatted the harddrive and installed Windows 98SE again. Then i sent F-Secure a snailmail where i demanded that they took back the program and gave me my money back + some extra for all the problems and work it gave me. I was surprised, they accepted ! After that i have never used F-Secure again.

  8. Comment - You should be playing Ages of Empire Online right now (Aug 17, 2011 - 5:26 PM)

    I stay with my bought old Ages of Empires. I like them.

  9. Comment - Anonymous posts cops' personal data, puts their lives in danger (Aug 17, 2011 - 5:22 PM)

    Stop that bahaviour ! Stop destroy for us who try to keep internet free and open !

  10. Comment - Microsoft aims to engage developers with Windows 8 blog (Aug 15, 2011 - 11:28 PM)

    "Yes, that was a disaster with Vista." - same goes for Windows 7 and Windows 8. MS should return to its roots Windows 2000 / XP and build something from that instead. Many users don't use all new crap in Vista, W7 and W8. It should be like Red Hat Linux many years ago where You could decide what was installed or not. let people choose for themselves. But MS will fail again. I believe that MS will only make OS for servers in the future.