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  • November 14, 2012, 17:04 | Posted by Godwin1980

    now working. nice ui. unfortunately search (adding new books) is only working with amazon in a few countries. therfore i give it just a 3.hey, but it is a early version. they will make their way to the 4/5;)
  • November 08, 2012, 23:55 | Posted by Thadeus1983

    @frodo888this is not freeware version.excellent program.
  • March 31, 2013, 23:38 | Posted by Rodger1974

    an overall optimized version. thanks to the programmer for still maintaining and optimizing this software. great and useful piece of work!
  • October 19, 2012, 00:24 | Posted by Zackery1976

    winamp has been and continues to be the finest audio player for windows. with the addition of a codec pack such as k-lite it also becomes a very good video player (though media player classic is at least as good and lighter). its innumerable skins and plugins along with broad support for mobile devices keep winamp current and capable. freshly installed it handles more audio formats than anything i know of and enough video types to handle most people's needs. smart tags, replaygain support and other advanced features are in good supply and for most folks winamp is all the media manager you could want.winamp is a pretty solid app, although in recent years its become more freeze-prone than it really should be and there are a few annoying bugs that have been present since 5.x first hit the scene. the revolving door of bloatware aol keeps trying to foist upon users is also annoying but winamp still manages to be one of smallest installs among full-featured media players. fortunately the junkware is optional, but for those who long for pure speed and simplicity the classic 2.91 version still works just fine (and there's always the "lite" version of the latest release, too). if winamp has an achilles heel its probably overall user-friendliness. it doesn't hold your hand quite as much as other programs, esp. with certain advanced features, but only people who are true media program neophytes should have any real problems. if you can figure out wmp, you can probably handle winamp.winamp is simply the standard by which others are judged. nothing else combines this many features with such broad media support. i'm not a true mediaphile so i can't really speak to winamp's sound and video reproduction, but its more than sufficient for anyone i know. i can't tell the difference between a cd and an aac ripped from it. the bottom line is that i could not replace winamp, and anything that could probably wouldn't be available for free. i believe the registered version unlocks some higher level ripping and encoding options but there are very good (and friendlier) programs for that kind of thing. ironically i'm a registered winamp user since 1997, but am still waiting on my registration code. a strike against customer service, perhaps.
  • January 07, 2013, 19:50 | Posted by Andrew1988

    find the best compatibility with your system and improve the overall playback, i would expect the "real codec" to be included in the future. nice attempt, keep it up!
  • January 26, 2013, 13:05 | Posted by Reuben1982

    works like a charm. the version of portable sunbird available here is now 0.5, which is the latest version of sunbird.
  • March 16, 2013, 17:37 | Posted by Victor1986

    5/5 for the program itself but points off for availability. the software author uses a russian one-click download site (like rapidshare but in cyrillic?) to host the installer rather than something standard (and free) like google code or even mediafire. difficult to find the old-school version for xp otherwise (which is a separate program from the newer version 4 for vista+).***request for fileforum to host the xp version on a mirror here!***i love this app, and have dozens of icons that i've collected over the years, everything from osx folders to linux folders to old-school "classic" mac folders from os 9 and below. :) after a reinstall of my xp system i wanted to re-download folderico once more, but have a few qualms about the simplest (and safest) way of acquiring it. (my av program actually deleted the .rar file from the desktop and put it in quarantine. somehow i'm more than a little queasy about downloading anything from a ddl hoster with tons of banner ads and a paypal "donation" request written in cyrillic. call me paranoid but i'm still on guard after the conficker scare about a year ago.)alll of this is no indictment of folderico, though. folderico itself works great, and isn't intrusive at all; it doesn't change anything about your system, like patching .dll files or messing with the registry -- it just puts a little ~1kb .ini file in the root of the customized folder, and uses only a simple interface or an easily accessible shell menu for the icon sets. unfortunately, it's not easy to come by (at least for xp) and the newer version requires jumping through some annoying hoops just to gain access to a download of this fine 3/5 for the scattershot distribution model; maybe google code is blocked in the author's country or something (i think...albania?), and he can't afford a web-host, making folderico one of those easy to find, but hard to get, apps that deserve more attention for how they "just work." style xp and the stardock suites be damned. some benevolent comrade should distribute a little wealth to the software author and help him pay a few rubles for a decent hosting package of his own. :-)edit: i was just now able to locate folderico xp edition on the author's google sites mirror. 4/5 as i think the download link on the homepage should redirect there rather than to the russian ddl hoster. (still 5/5 for folderico itself.) :-d
  • November 17, 2012, 21:48 | Posted by Alban1989

    best windows7
  • May 04, 2013, 10:35 | Posted by Michael1980

    @ trollfiles splited with hjsplit:? 001 002 003?files with extensions that look like: "filename.rar.001"?winrar cannot handle that type of file! and it makes me wonder....why not?7-zip & peazip do the job!

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