Thomas Keach
Downloads: 109
Posts: 8
Smile Score: -4
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Gender: Male
Age: 60+


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burypromote

Thombar reviewed on 21 Mar 2014
Pretty good program for adding notes but not quite as smooth flowing as it could be.
[Version 2.1.0]



burypromote
-1

Thombar reviewed on 15 Dec 2013
How can you complain about a free program that actually works and competes with the big boy, "Photoshop". Would recommend this to any body taking pictures that wants to do "darkroom" work on them. It does have a learning curve but there are some great (free) instructions as well as a couple of paid ones. I'm using a paid one now that I really am learning how to work the software.
[Version 2.8.10]



burypromote

Thombar reviewed on 15 Dec 2013
This is a great idea but it doesn't download most of the videos I want and when it does I can't find them later. Why bother if you can't find them
[Version 1.0.9]



burypromote
-4

Thombar reviewed on 15 Dec 2013
This is a difficult product to use with my iPhone. Not handy and really not, to me, worth the effort.
[Version 3.3.19.438]



burypromote

Thombar reviewed on 15 Dec 2013
I couldn't get this product to work at all the way the promotional ad said it would. Not worth having in my opinion.
[Version 2.1.4]



burypromote

Thombar reviewed on 15 Dec 2013
Just not very handy to use.
[Version 1.0.5]



burypromote
+1

Thombar reviewed on 31 Jul 2013
I have been using this app for approximately 1 month and I absolutely love it. The program does exactly what it says it will do and I highly recommend it to anyone that loses track of the timing on their bill paying. Keeps me right on schedule. If this program keeps working right I will be using it for a long long time!
[Version 5.1.0]



burypromote

Thombar reviewed on 10 Mar 2012
I'm 70 years old and not as computer savvy as I would like to be. MacKeeper has helped me get rid of duplicate files, shred trash securely, uninstall programs I no longer want or need, and helped me update my software. The only complaint I have is needed to enter a password to both open and close my encrypted files. Why do I need to use a password to close my files?
[Version 2.0.1]



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