Mark Piaskiewicz
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Mark3785 reviewed on 09 Feb 2014
Fun app. It'd be great if it was updated, it hasn't seen a new version in five years.
[Version 1.2.2]



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Mark3785 reviewed on 21 Oct 2013
Ok program, but it tends to lose control of the fans every so often. I tried contacting the developer, but with no success. I'm now beginning to think that this is orphanware since no questions have been answered on the program's website in over a year. If it turns out that it is still supported I'll up my overall rating, but until then I can't give better than one star.
[Version 2.4]



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Mark3785 reviewed on 09 Aug 2013
I've tried many of these programs and none has worked as well or as easily as MPFreaker. It just gets better with each update. Very fast, easy to use and a bargain at $10. Highly recommended.
[Version 1.9.4]



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Mark3785 reviewed on 22 Jul 2013
Abandonware. It hasn't been updated in years and the developer's site is gone. It was nice while it lasted but it has been incompatible since Lion. Annoying since it wasn't cheap.
[Version 3.6.0]



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Mark3785 reviewed on 28 Jun 2013
I have no problem paying for an app that works, but this app doesn't give you much of an option, It selects the files and rather than a delete button there an activate (buy) button.

I've been paying shareware fees for over 30 years and this type of nonsense is insulting.
[Version 1.5]


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Mark3785 replied on 06 Feb 2014
I pay for software I use. If it’s a demo then it should be a timed demo so I can evaluate the full functionality. I really have no qualms about spending money on software that will make my life easier. After the brief and disappointing ’test’ of this software, I couldn’t tell if it looked at file names or file contents. The developer’s demo decision also provided me with clues as to how much the developer valued users.

A lot of the software I use is shareware, all paid for, and I even donate to freeware developers. A demo like this is so insulting that it gets deleted immediately.

Apple's App stores are killing the idea of shareware and causing the creation of one-trick-pony apps. You either pay a cheap price for software you can't fully evaluate, go to a site like MU and get a functional copy or timed demo to evaluate. A crippled demo isn't worth evaluating, especially if only does one thing.
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Mark3785 reviewed on 05 Sep 2012
Looong overdue for an update. The latest officially recognized system is the Core 2 Duo. The thread test must be disabled to prevent freezing. Practically abandonware. Places too much weight on the speed of the storage media. NOT cross platform compatable

If all other tests are disabled it makes a handy tool for comparing storage media and interfaces. Extensive db for comparing results with other systems.
[Version 1.3]



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Mark3785 reviewed on 05 Sep 2012
Relatively useless as there is no db for results comparison. It also leaves files strewn over the desktop when done.
[Version 1.1.2]



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