Golden
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golden commented on 23 Nov 2007
This is still Beta. Expect bugs.

If you find a bug, don't bitch here, goto Firefox.com and help them fix it.
[Version 3.0b1]



burypromote
+1

golden reviewed on 26 Aug 2007
Very, very pleased. Does what it says.
Only wish is that it could somehow find larger pictures, big enough so that they wouldnt be blocky when in the full screen album flow mode in itunes, but I think this limitation is from Amazon, and not the software.
[Version 2.10]



burypromote

golden reviewed on 06 Aug 2007
Will somebody please write a program that does what Appdelete and Appzapper are supposed to do?

Appdelete, while certainly priced right, suffers from the same drawbacks as Appzapper, mainly, that it doesn't do its job.

I tried 5 different apps and in all cases it didnt find obviously associated files. I even fed it Internet Explorer, and all it came up with was the app itself and its .pkg file. Pathetic.

Additionally, the interface on this app sucks. Appzappers interface is much more practical, showing you the files to be deleted so you can evaluate BEFORE you press delete. Appdelete doesnt show this, which is a major fault.

Its freeware, so I dont want to be mean, but basically this app is worthless.
[Version 1.1]



burypromote

golden reviewed on 06 Aug 2007
Only ever finds the App itself and the .pkg file.

Is oblivious to caches and the other space hogging files that you really want to delete.

Pointless.
[Version 1.8]



burypromote
+2

golden reviewed on 04 Aug 2007
You know what would be nice? Some INTERFACE. This program doesnt have any. All these ridiculous 'hints' above? How exactly are we supposed to use them?

Additionally, and this is hardly an afterthought, when it resized my jpgs, it cropped them. Didnt preserve the original images, simply resizing them, but cut a square out of them to the requested pixel count.

Clumsy, and considering all the other options for photo resizing, fairly useless.
[Version 1.9]



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