David Zwerdling
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David Zwerdling reviewed on 06 Jun 2005
Wow. Just... Wow. This is really cool. It's right up there with MenuMeters now - literally and metaphorically of course.

This Menu Program is the king of Utilities. Everything (and I mean everything) is right up there. This is going to cut down on my trips to the Terminal amazingly. Thank you, thank you, thank you!
[Version 1.0]

David Zwerdling commented on 03 Jun 2005
Demetalifizer? Anyone?
[Version 1.0]


David Zwerdling reviewed on 31 May 2005
Definitely an essential part of any user's system extras. I use it so often to diagnose network issues and the like really quickly that when I get on another person's computer, I still reflex to look in the upper-right corner! Very unobtrusive, VERY low CPU (esp when you consider a similar call to the system via the top command in a CLI requires 100x as much cpu) very useful, very cool.
[Version 1.2.2]


David Zwerdling reviewed on 17 Jun 2004
Utter crap. The modeling is in Bryce, the sprites are sub-1994 standards, and within the first 'room' i went into, I was more than a little surprised to find a picture of hardcore pornography gracing my screen. This is the kind of software that needs to not exist, I'm sorry internet.
[Version 0.12.7]

David Zwerdling commented on 15 Jan 2004
from the privacy policy: "You Software will collect certain personal information about customers and visitors to our web site."

uhh... does this set off any other people's alarms?
[Version 1.0]

David Zwerdling commented on 16 Nov 2003
Actually pretty fun, although indeed useless. I'll stick to menumeters, thanks (thats an idea though, put the graphic in the menubar, or maybe a brain that lights up with more cpu usage to represent neurons firing.)
[Version 1.1]

David Zwerdling commented on 14 Sep 2003
hedemann: swapcop works fine.
[Version 1.3.6]


David Zwerdling reviewed on 01 Sep 2003
This program is great for people that want to modify (read: cheat) at the Sims. Most of the functions can be done with debug mode in-game for those who know what they're doing. But really, it's not worth $10 for just this. I don't see why this isn't donationware or something, and until its price is lowered, I don't see any reason to own this.
[Version 1.5.1]

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