Tim Pollak
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Tim_09aa2b25 reviewed on 14 May 2013
I've used Stuffit Deluxe for 20 years. It seems so antiquated compared to the elegant interface of Archiver. Stuffit needed an installer to implement all its bells and whistles and left a mess of files around the OS. Archiver has one simple window to both compress or decompress. Set up the target destination in Preferences, or pick a destination on the fly with drag and drop.

Archiver works with an extensive list of two dozen compression formats. In the past, I've had to search out specific tools to work with many of them. Now, it's just one app in one place, no menu bar icon, no contextual menu to fuss with.

Incrediblebee also makes MainMenu.app, another polished program for system maintenance that includes a handy clipboard history utility for access to multiple clipboards. Every time I've had a question or a problem with any incrediblebee product, the developer is back to me with an answer in less than 24 hours.
[Version 2.0.1]



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Tim_09aa2b25 reviewed on 18 Apr 2012
Software works as advertised and every session on the web brings new tracking cookies to delete. Check it out to see if it fits your management style. It is written to work fast, be automated and find all the cookies that matter. Had some problem with getting the licensing to work, but the developer was very responsive in supporting the software and cleared up the problem quickly. MacUpdate is not clear at all about which of the Cookie Stumbler products it is discounting and they range from under $10 to >$40 depending on the number of users and the duration of subscription to the cookie definitions service. Visit the developer's website to figure out which version you are buying.
[Version 1.4.4.1]



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Tim_09aa2b25 had trouble on 21 Mar 2013
I'm not sure why Fonts would be so OS specific unless OpenType specification has moved into the ICloud.

However, at https://deals.macupdate.com/#a6 it says this package needs 10.5 and up, while on the bundle readme it says 10.4 and up. Then when I bought and installed the macupdate bundle, I just have an icon for 1000 OpenType Fonts with an accessed barred icon in my Applications Folder. It says it only works with 10.7 (which I don't want).

it would be nice to have access to a version that works back to 10.6 so I could l look at the fonts.
[Version 1.0]



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