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  • March 26, 2013, 00:30 | Posted by Bertram1970

    mp= multiport?
  • May 26, 2013, 20:50 | Posted by Johnathan1974

    my system is definitely faster after this install. thanks!
  • December 08, 2012, 20:17 | Posted by Ferdinand1981

    amazing compression ratio. able to add a recovery record. format is supported in peazip. moderately fast when used for maximum compression, but slower than winrar and 7zip. uses no more than 2gb of memory and doesn't come anywhere close to 100% processor load for maximum compression. with a little gui polish this could be the best file compressor ever.i had over a hundred multi gigabyte files that needed to be compressed and i wasn't happy with the compression of the most popular file compression programs, so i decided to try this. it's not the fastest, but there are very few programs that can come close to its compression ratio and fewer that are as fast at their highest setting. on my intel core i5 over-clocked to 3.42ghz, 3.6ghz with turbo mode enabled and 8gb of memory, i'm able to compress 7.3gb in 35 minutes flat. the highest compression ratio i achieved was an .iso 7.3gb (6.656gb without random padding) compressed to 2.181gb (29.9% compression). i didn't even think that was possible. the average for an .iso was 77% compression, but it depends on the file.thank you so much.
  • April 02, 2013, 07:35 | Posted by Clarence1974

    what's new in 9.1.1 ?fixed a crash bug in oneclick when shutting down on windows vista.fixed an active window foregrounding bug when capturing.fixed a bug where the custom stamp directory was not being set properly.fixed a bug with creating two sets of stamps when upgrading snagit to version 9.1.fixed a bug with dlls being installed improperly in the windows side-by-side directory.
  • March 06, 2013, 12:54 | Posted by Philip1986

    automatic ip update has been fixed with v1.3.2, finally!
  • April 15, 2013, 15:05 | Posted by Shon1975

    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.
  • February 09, 2013, 07:25 | Posted by Calvin1973

    great.... now win2k recognizes it, but gives the "unavailable" status on the usb bus. it doesn't recognize it in any twain compliant scanner software. basically there is no point to downloading this.
  • October 27, 2012, 10:22 | Posted by Randall1974

    even when microsoft is leaving their old path to embrace the new devices, what is good for a mobile or tablet is normally not the best for desktops or laptops, and this is a clear example of it. i keep using the old music match jukebox running on windows 7 and windows 8 perfectly well. no internet intrusions at all, total security for my music files and easy editing to rename, clasify or include lyrics or album images (new lyrics or album images are easily downloaded from google, you only need copy/paste). earlier or later laptops and desktop computers will be considered as something totally different from mobiles and tablets, not only because of their compatibility with old programs but also for their different features and use convenience. even when you find both by the dish, you can't use a fork to eat a soup
  • November 11, 2012, 00:56 | Posted by Roland1971

    excellent for anyone that is serious about organizing their music collection!

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