iTonyD
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burypromote
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iTonyD reviewed on 18 Jan 2014
My everyday news reader despite the weird user interface.
[Version 3.0.0 Beta 19 :40267c3:]



burypromote
+1

iTonyD reviewed on 18 Jan 2014
Always stable useful and efficient. Does what it says and says what it does in a simple to understand user interface.
[Version 5.1]



burypromote
+1

iTonyD reviewed on 18 Jan 2014
My everyday browser with the add-ons:
AniDisableHacked 1.2 ,
Empty Cache Button 2.5 ,
ExExeptions 11.01.11.01 ,
Hard Refresh 1.2 ,
JS Switch 0.2.10 ,
NoSquint 2.1.9 ,
Remove Cookies for Site 0.63 ,
Status-4Evar 2013.10.31.22 ,
and YesScript 1.9.1 .
The staggering number of add-ons that wring the internet into usability are the main advantage of this browser.
[Version 26.0]



burypromote
+1

iTonyD reviewed on 18 Jan 2014
Still the best and most efficient system monitor for OS X. It summarizes in one small window the stuff that takes about 20 windows in Apple's new Activity monitor and uses fewer system resources.
[Version 1.7.3]



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iTonyD reviewed on 18 Jan 2014
Avoid unless you know that all of your software and hardware has been changed to be compatible. Apple never has and never will care about supporting older hardware and software and this is especially true with Mavericks. Though Apple brags about compressed memory tricks, the operating system needs about 8 gigabytes of RAM memory to operate without continuously paging to disk with more than a couple of programs running at the same time.

Apple doesn't care if their latest whizbang makes the stuff you've been using for years not work anymore. Even old versions of files created with their software are not compatible or convertible to new versions.

This operating system has been optimized for 11 inch or smaller screens so every window you open and every element in the window will have to be resized if your screen is bigger than that. Some windows always revert to their smaller size and configuration.

The Finder's particularly egregious user interface changes make it impossible to do things efficiently any longer.

I assume that there are Microsoft moles sabotaging Mac software since so much of the interface violates Apple's own user interface guidelines. Simple things like resizing windows can not be done reliably since the re-size arrows often appear and then the window moves rather than re-sizes [since OS X 10.7 Lion]. I could go on and on about the user interface problems but since Apple is now a phone company, they seem to care little about fixing ongoing issues with their computers.
[Version 10.9.1]



burypromote

iTonyD reviewed on 18 Jan 2014
Works with OS X 10.9.1 Mavericks. Too that bad it is no longer available.
[Version 1.3]



burypromote
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iTonyD reviewed on 27 Jan 2013
It's still the most efficient, compact, and configurable system monitor for a Mac. It never crashes or sends weird messages to the Console on OS X 10.7.5 Lion.
[Version 1.7]



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iTonyD reviewed on 27 Jan 2013
WORKS WITH MAC OS X 10.7.5 LION
[Version 1.3]



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