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  1. It is not available on the Mac. I use TextExpander by Smile software on the Mac. I wish it could do everything that ActiveWOrds does on my PC.

  2. I am very suspicious of this co. There is NO DOUBT that a trojan was installed when I downloaded IOBIT Malware Fighter. Event logs showed that my firewall was disabled. The Trojan is not the issue, it’s the invasive softwared that is installed.

  3. sniffer traffic session indicates no security threats

    The UTILITY does NOT LOG ID,
    nor does it disclose the ID of the caller to the utility.
    So if you are a recipient of a “support call” using this tool,
    you wont be able to *authenticate* nor trace that caller.
    In addition
    NEVER “INSTALL SERVICE”
    ADD A PASSWORD TO ACCESS PERMISSIONS UNDER ID “ANY” (only)
    It has a bad reputation for being a scammer tool,
    but its not the tool that is bad,
    just the people using it to scam other people.

  4. Reduced functionality. The name “Reader” is a misnomer because its new functions cater to the large professional publisher, not to the reader or consumer of information. Stay with your old version or use alternative PDF Readers.

  5. The Cnet downloader came with Webroot Secure Anywhere as an optional addition. I’ve used Webroot products and trust them, so I clicked “agree” to install it. Without asking permission, it made a full scan of my system, found 3 instances of malware and removed them. One it considered malware was the Cnet installer. Webroot then rebooted, scanned again, found 1 more malware, removed it, scanned again foun 6 more malwares 1/2 of which were those it had removed the first two times. It removed the file I’d come to Cnet to download, I feel it did this because the installer had an .exe.exe extension, often a sign of malware. After all this, scanning/rebooting 3 times, the software I wanted from Cnet had been removed! In the future I will seek elsewhere for my software downloads, I refuse to use download.com until that irritating Installer is no longer a part of Cnet. Download.com worked quite well without that installer, and I won’t visit download.com again until Cnet ceases to use it.

  6. It said it would shutdown on completion of backup. It crashed until I told it to shutdown when backup completed! Some screens cause Windows not to respond

  7. Not for geek coders. Lets be clear if your writing e-commerce sites this is not the tool for you, but for the other 90% of humanity this is it.

  8. I am the former project manager of MI Swaco, thanks for the opportunity to use the familiar program.

  9. I can’t seem to get it to allow grouping/categorizing of UNinstalled fonts. If it can actually do this – then it’s the best manager out there. If not – NOT.

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