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Nikola G.

Member since: Feb 25th, 2008

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Farewell, Internet (Download Squad)

Apr 12th 2011 12:13PM One huuuge "you suck!" coming your way! I loved DLS... you were one of my first RSS feeds I ever subscribed to! What a shame :(

MPAA and BREIN take down over 50 torrent sites, but nobody knows which ones (Download Squad)

Jan 30th 2011 5:05AM @KrazyCalvin Could I bother for you to spare one at majeztic at gmail com ?
Thanks for the reply, appreciate it.

MPAA and BREIN take down over 50 torrent sites, but nobody knows which ones (Download Squad)

Jan 29th 2011 5:50AM @KrazyCalvin Oh the memories I have years back on that site. I hear the invites are pretty rare, which is a bad, bad thing :/

Ask DLS: Android antivirus, scanner issues and video games (Download Squad)

Dec 2nd 2010 12:40PM Meh, it is alright. Just thought if a manual re-verification is needed. :)

Ask DLS: Android antivirus, scanner issues and video games (Download Squad)

Dec 2nd 2010 12:38PM @Sebastian Anthony mines still here :( Anything I can do about it?

LastPass buys Xmarks, saves cross-platform multibrowser bookmark sync (Download Squad)

Dec 2nd 2010 10:26AM Two extensively used and useful extensions come together, but not really. I mean sure, they are run behind the same company now, but that means almost nothing for the end user. As I read the title, I thought they are going to merge into one great extension very soon, though I was left skeptic by the fact that the products will be maintained separately "for the forseable future."
Nevertheless, I am very satisfied to see that Xmarks lives on.

Welcome to the new DownloadSquad (Download Squad)

Nov 23rd 2010 3:21AM Long-term fan of DLS here, looking forward this merge which will hopefully, bring nothing but progress for you guys.

Panda demands ballot screen for Windows security software, forgets they're already on one (Download Squad)

Nov 9th 2010 12:52PM I swear that one can not be as dumb as this Luis Corrons. It is mighty obvious that these are just shouts based on thin air; zero facts nor arguments to even remotely support the need for a ballot screen for Windows security software. It is also an uninteresting cry for a goddamn attention that absolutely no one is interested in. Or just free advertising. Whichever it is, is scream fail.

As mentioned before, channel your energy into using your brain more, thus making your software better.