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Latest version:
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Last month's downloads:
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  • January 26, 2013, 20:39 | Posted by Isaac1989

    i always come back to this file manager.
  • September 30, 2012, 18:16 | Posted by Piers1982

    does this work for anybody anymore? it used to work fine for me, but now i can't get it to work on wkn95, win2k, or winxp. all attempts to use it result in error message encouraging me to report the problem to microsoft. i'm thinking maybe the developer isn't maintaining the "update" database anymore.
  • April 10, 2013, 01:43 | Posted by Andrew1978

    i've been using rocketdock for quite awhile now and it works beautifully. never a problem! i have no idea what blaxima is talking about in regards to the memory this program uses. on my windows xp, rocketdock utilizes 6264k of memory, while yzdock uses 7204k. so i have to call bs on that one. also, yzdock doesn't behave properly on my system; it won't autohide at all. no thanks, blaxima, i believe i'll stick to rocketdock.
  • November 02, 2012, 23:18 | Posted by Ira1973

    impressed & simple & a breeze to setup & use, if you need more features look elsewhere though.
  • December 21, 2012, 03:32 | Posted by Gervase1985

    where can i find a list of what's in it?is there optional install for different codecs?can i install the 32-bit and the 64-bit packs? should i?
  • April 30, 2013, 05:51 | Posted by Stephen1974

    rating the programme (unlike the gimp below) it does exactly what it says on the tin.whether xps will be a success is neither here nor there.as for the .doc format being gone, are you blind or stupid? .doc is still easily the most popular because it is the easiest to get hold of.to the guy above: it does pdf too, so the programme itself is quite handy, and therefore not worthy of a 2.
  • February 20, 2013, 06:34 | Posted by Rudolph1989

    freeware rocks! (for 5 days)this is a .00 5 days trial ware
  • September 17, 2012, 10:37 | Posted by Simon1981

    doesn't search file contents. ok, i can live with that limitation--if the damned thing works otherwise. but it doesn't. i have continually found it not showing files that i know are there. filelocator pro sees them; gee, why doesn't "everything" see them? recreating the usn journal does nothing. making software that isn't buggy does.
  • April 06, 2013, 01:08 | Posted by Nigel1973

    granted a good programmer can write good code. but structured programming from the basic world is no longer adapted for object oriented programming. unless i am unfortunate but what i have seen is that developers used to the structured programing approach don't transition well to oop. the old habits which have some remnants in syntax and style are minor. the abuse of broad scoping in variables, & method is already more annoying. the tendency of designing a class as a "module" which results in a monolithic class "do everything", the lack of encapsulation, the little use of inheritance (if ever), etc. are clearly a maintenance burden. even though a class designed in a "basic" way of thinking fulfills perfectly the requirements. the only problem is a higher maintenance effort.even an excellent implementation of basic will be subject to subtle side effects and will suffer some difficulties to cope with specs change. because it doesn't have the facilities of abstraction, inheritance, polymorphism, etc. that oop provides.and as unbelievable as it could appears, i know quite well basic actually (or may be too well?). i have learn oop and forced myself to think oop. writing good code that works is fine. writing robust code, side-effects free, which evolves better with lower maintenance is better achieved with oop.if you think basic can still fit your coding needs then, by all means use it. the comments below are pretty much similar to what i used to get from "old school" senior developers. i have no trouble of people getting the job done. but in a team working with oop language and some developers still think the "basic" way, that hinders the team efforts and set bad example for junior developers.

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