Someonenew
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burypromote
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Someonenew reviewed on 05 Jun 2011
Rather stupid: destroying atoms actually creates radiation. Seems to be rather pro nuclear powerplant. Which is OK with me btw.
[Version 0.3]



burypromote
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Someonenew reviewed on 14 Feb 2010
Bad: They mention on the Logitech site that this is finally 64 bit. It is not. Yes, the 'control centre' is 64 bit, but the driver is still running in 32 bit, so what's the point? This is just cosmetics to me to avoid restarting the preferences screen.
Also, the command 'Forward' doesn't work anymore, and my cursor randomly jumps to the far side of the screen.
Small nuisance during installation: You have to choose a Logitech keyboard layout. I don't have a Logtitech keyboard, so don't bother me with this utterly stupid question.
One question: Is this software used and tested by anyone at Logitech, or is it just compiled and distributed?
[Version 3.2]



burypromote
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Someonenew reviewed on 11 Dec 2009
I don't understand why they're still developing this app. It's just perfect as it is, and I really can't think of any improvement.
[Version 1.80b2]


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Someonenew replied on 11 Dec 2009
And that's where you're wrong, because I am.
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Someonenew replied on 12 Dec 2009
Explain how you being wrong and me being a developer could be a reason for me being not their developer.
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Someonenew replied on 13 Dec 2009
You don't have a point. You're just what you say you are: a stupid monkey.
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Someonenew replied on 13 Dec 2009
As a matter of fact I don't Meego, but Stupid Monkey does, because he's still trying to find the perfect torrent app. I have found it. It's called Transmission, and it does everything I need from a torrent client. I tried to express my joy by leaving a comment, but apparently, there are stupid monkeys around that will have none of that, and need to leave turds all over the place to make them feel at home.
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Someonenew replied on 13 Dec 2009
Ah, you find that amusing. Wow, sitting safely behind your Mac, and annoy some people you don't know. That's bold! But if you want to appear clever, at least make a point once, stick to it, and get your arguments right. You just assume, you shoot, and if it backfires, you assume something else. You yell and then run away. That's what I call childish. Even your above writing displays this behaviour (I'm 12? Maybe I am, who knows, but you haven't actually found out).
Or even better: stick to the subject. The software. Don't aim at people.
I also wish I could say it was a nice bickering, but it wasn't. Good bickerers defend their arguments, you don't. You just annoy.
Now, have a go at me, say something stupid, I will not respond, and leave it at that.

One final thing: I'm glad you agree with me that this is really great software!
burypromote
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Someonenew reviewed on 31 Oct 2009
OSX already has this built in: Open terminal. Type : say . Done. What does this program do, other than let you click the button "say" instead of typing the word "say"?
[Version 6.1]



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SomeoneNew commented on 10 Sep 2009
Finally, finally, finally I can use the 3 (or now 4 ) pane window to browse through my music by composer, not just artist. For classical music, browsing by artist is as relevant as browsing by the colour of the cd cover. But this is great news for us lovers of classical music. Good job Apple!
[Version 9.0]



burypromote
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SomeoneNew commented on 21 Jul 2009
What on earth does this app do?
When you empty your trash, you don't get your memory back? What does that mean?
[Version 1.0]


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SomeoneNew replied on 22 Jul 2009
OK, but this is simply no true. Files on your hardrive do not use memory.
burypromote
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SomeoneNew commented on 06 Jan 2009
How many secret update services that run in the background, updating programs that I don't have, does this program come with?
[Version 3.0.0.310]



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SomeoneNew commented on 11 Dec 2008
Nice piece, works well. There is, however, one reason I will never install any Google software again. When installing any Google software, it installs a startup item (in /Library/Startup Items) that checks for updates in the background, without asking me if I want this etc. If all pieces of software did this, my computer would be doing nothing else than checking for updates all the time. It also does this in Windows btw. Google is a member of the StopBadware organisation that advises people on stuff like this. Google should advise against it's own software. It's badware. So no matter how this software is, it sux.
[Version 1.3.0.536]



burypromote
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SomeoneNew commented on 30 Jul 2008
"Defragment memory" ? That must surely be a joke?! That's just proposterous! Fragmentation is a mechanical phenomenon that cannot, by definition, occur in memory. This is definitely snake oil. You must be a fool to actually pay for this rubbish.
[Version 3.0]


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SomeoneNew replied on 13 May 2009
That article is about OS9, is from 2000, and is completely irrelevant to the memory usage of a Unix system. I don't know how you managed to digg up this dinosaur of an article, but it is as relevant to OSX as is an article about steam engines. A Unix system manages the memory allocation for it's applications, and fragmentation is a meaningless concept in this respect.
Also, this program is shareware, so you can pay for it, and I mentioned you must be a fool to do so.
burypromote
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SomeoneNew commented on 15 Jul 2008
The fact that you can write to NTFS is bloody brilliant. This is far more than the description on this site, which only states that it enables you to write files larger than 4GB.
There's only one disadvantage to me: Shutting down OSX takes a long time with the driver active. I do this regularly to reboot to WinXP, so this is a bit of a nuisance. Otherwise very nice!
[Version 1.2712]



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