Chuck K
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Chuckk rated on 29 Jun 2013
[Version 4.7.0]




Chuckk rated on 01 Mar 2012
[Version 1.46h]




Chuckk rated on 01 Mar 2012
[Version 0.9.6]




Chuckk rated on 22 Jan 2012
[Version 4.7]




Chuckk rated on 22 Jan 2012
[Version 1.0]




Chuckk rated on 22 Dec 2010
[Version 4.0.0]



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Chuckk reviewed on 18 Sep 2009
I think this is a nice update (especially while running Tiger on a G4). From a performance standpoint this new version seems significantly faster. Especially when starting some new activity. Download of daily updates and starting new scan happen very quickly as opposed the older version that had a significant delay (many time more than a minute).

The interface is more "mac" like, much nicer eye candy.

So far seem stable.

Resource hogging appears to be better with this version, still not very good but definitely moving in the right direction.
[Version 2.0.3]



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ChuckK commented on 04 Jan 2009
Please take note, RPP is not completely a freeware product anymore. It REQUIRES an unlock code to access all of its feature, and this code can be obtained for a fee. So that makes it shareware, or crippleware. While the fee is reasonable, and RPP is useful, even in it crippled mode, it is not rationale for the author to promote it as "free".
[Version 3.8.4]



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ChuckK reviewed on 23 Aug 2008
Tried it again, in general even worse than before. A few things are better (doesn't lock up the machine any more), in general is lot that is the same (sucks up resources unnecessarily, bloated code, slower than needed, etc.) and a few things that are a much worse (more crippleware-like in order to push the "pro version", more of a microsoft mentality - "we know what you want better than you know")
[Version 4.18.6]



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ChuckK reviewed on 03 Aug 2008
As a graphics viewer, Xee is just one among a large field. Where is really excels as a Comic Book reader/viewer. One of the best way to view .cbr and .cbz achieves that are used to digitize comic books. Minimal memory footprint, simple controls, fast, etc. And the price is right. Nice to have a view that does not require achieves to be open and close using another program.
[Version 2.0]



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