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calintel2

Member since: Sep 14th, 2009

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SugarSync giveaway: win a 30GB account for a year (Download Squad)

Nov 10th 2010 5:21PM Why is the size of theof the Install EXE file... 12 MEGABYTES?

*** Does it also install Java or .NET behind your back? ***

Just asking...
(because I sure don't want to install Java or .NET in my PC).

SugarSync ups free storage to 5 GB, now allows any number of connected devices (Download Squad)

Nov 10th 2010 4:15PM Why is the size of theof the Install EXE file... 12 MEGABYTES?

*** Does it also install Java or .NET behind your back? ***

Just asking...
(because I sure don't want to install Java or .NET in my PC).

Box.net increases storage quotas for both free and paid plans (Download Squad)

Oct 28th 2010 7:13PM Went to the Box.net site.

Not "Free" (as you say in your post), but...(time-limited) "Free Trial".

I'll stick to the wonderful "DropBox"!

SFdude

Adobe claims they don't ship Flash with known crash bugs, user proves they do (Download Squad)

Feb 8th 2010 10:19AM FF 3.5.7 (XP-SP2 ), latest version Flash Player.

Tested with Matthew Dempsky's "Crash Link", (article above).
It immediately crashed my Firefox browser!

Recently, I've been having frequent, unexpected FF crashes,
sometimes when visiting the NYT and other Flash-intensive sites.

At first I thought it was the latest version of FF (3.5.7),
and re-installed an older FF version (3.5.5).
Same thing...frequent crashes!.

Anybody else = problem?
SFdude

Would you pay to read the New York Times online? (Download Squad)

Jan 20th 2010 1:43PM I like the NYT but...NO way!
(there are too many alternative, good sources of news....).

Total Commander 7.50 released for Windows (Download Squad)

Sep 14th 2009 5:25PM I have been using Total Commander for many years,
(since it was called "Windows Commander").

It's an EXCELLENT File Manager and the 1st software
I install on new PCs for my professional work.

It's not free, but worth every cent.
The author (Christian Ghisler), continues to make great updates,
available at no charge to current Users.

If you find a free File Manager that satisfies your developer needs,
go ahead and use it. I vouch for Total Commander, after years of day-to-day personal use...

Disclaimer:
I have absolutely no relationship with
the vendor or the author.
I simply think it's a superb tool for developers like me.
Just my feedback.

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