Micmacmo
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Micmacmo reviewed on 29 Jan 2013
It's incredibly easy to use and comes pretty much preconfigured. Plus, it's very fast at converting between video formats compared to Handbreak.
[Version 1.3.13]



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Micmacmo reviewed on 16 Feb 2011
This is a trade-off. It doesn't include the latest features of the current Chrome release, but it avoids usage tracking by Google. And that's reason enough for me to use it.

It supports every extension I've tried. On my machine it runs faster than (bloated) Firefox and without the glitches I find in Safari. It's my default browser.
[Version 7.0.520.1]



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Micmacmo commented on 14 Oct 2010
This is still a release candidate, but it improves upon the previous candidate, the confusingly similarly named 5.2.3-4.

The most obvious improvements on my 2007 MacBook Pro are the two-finger swipe gesture (forward and back), pinch zoom and rotate. The biggest improvement is the two-finger swipe, which was very much a hit-and-miss affair before. Using the Chrome web browser, the new driver gets this gesture right 95% of the time now and with a much subtler movement of the fingers.

Pinch zoom and rotate are more responsive, but still kludgy. (Mind you, the trackpad on my MacBook doesn't recognize these gestures at all, so the implementation of this feature on my Bamboo is still good enough).

Overall, this driver is a modest but significant improvement over its predecessor.
[Version 5.2.4-3]



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