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Language:
English
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Win 2000/XP/Vista/7/8
Latest version:
5.16 18/10/11
Last month's downloads:
368
Size:
26 MB
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Randell1976

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  • January 08, 2013, 11:25 | Posted by Jasper1989

    this used to be a handy little free retro program. now the latest version is v2.44 and they want for it! i downloaded from their site and it's not free anymore. no fault of betanews.
  • May 25, 2013, 17:56 | Posted by Wilfred1981

    i had heard some of the features coming into office 2013, but was just sort of stunned when i actually got it.it would not install on my xp machine at all (bummer). but i'm replacing that last xp machine with a new win 7 pro 64 bit one soon, but i wonder how many corporations would want to abandon that xp infrastructure just yet. i think they still have downgrade rights to xp till 2020 or something like that.anyway, the interface changes confused me very much. but to be fair, i have never gotten the hang of the ribbon changes anyway.the skydrive thing kind of freaked me out. i want everything stored locally. nothing on the web. i don't want to expose my stuff to possible scrutiny or have to fit my content under a "terms of use" for the skydrive. i'm not a paranoid guy, but as you can see with megaupload and some of the hammers being put down on cyber-lockers, when they can scan the contents of these cloud options looking for content / key words, it's just a recipe for trouble.but what it came down to was that i don't think i could be productive on that new office 2013 without a lot of retraining. personally done on my own or paid for by a company. i'm a keyboard centric guy, and i can get things done fast with a normal menu system. not even close to that with win 8 or office 13 and probably not for a long time, if ever.so, there's libreoffice and openoffice (apache has it now) and for me, that's what i'm going to focus on. unless i'm forced to use that product because a client demands it, i hope to never opt for another microsoft office suite for the rest of my pre-retirement life.i just don't see the benefit of following where they want to lead me. myself and many of the places i have worked for / contracted with got burned badly by the whole frontpage debacle, and i don't feel like i want to let them stab me in the back as a customer again.
  • December 04, 2012, 12:37 | Posted by Nathaniel1986

    i like the program size, portability, and the setup options. it's clean,,, no ads or junk come with it.i don't like the tiny radar map size. i'm used to seeing weather radar down to street level. i suppose it could be useful if your work computer blocks the web, and this is all you can get.
  • December 23, 2012, 08:42 | Posted by Ronald1980

    this is great!
  • November 20, 2012, 03:37 | Posted by Sebastian1987

    an easy and powerful tool to discover the art of digital djingeasy to use, several fun tools (sampler, adjustable effects ...), easy installation, good community.
  • May 15, 2013, 22:12 | Posted by Humphry1974

    the interface is a bit clunky, but i've tried a lot of different file recovery programs and this is the one i always turn to. deleted files, corrupt filesystems, damaged drives; r-studio recovers data where other programs can't even detect it. highly recommended.
  • September 28, 2012, 11:51 | Posted by Titus1981

    the program do not start if you don't have msvcp71.dll on your system. msvcr71.dll is provided inside the metamorphose zip file but msvcp71.dll is missing.this program is nice but... i don't like thoses runtime'd applications that need external dll's increase size of application and slow it down.on other part, using scripted python's runtime make metamorphose windows/linux compatible.other free tools like renamer 5.0 that is only 2.2mb single exe (windows only) do more things.
  • January 17, 2013, 02:00 | Posted by Buddy1978

    nice operating that i ever touch pc.
  • December 21, 2012, 10:36 | Posted by Randell1982

    this is nothing but junk. i didn't download this file, but trying to get it from the microsoft update, and it messes up both my desktop and laptop. i've also never seen a program take so long to install. i would stay away from this piece of crap.

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