ioport sys driver
- Win 2000/XP/Vista/7/8
- Latest version:
- 8.19 7/4/10
- Last month's downloads:
- 50 MB
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the following features have been added to sunbird 0.9:* events spanning days now have a visual indicator indicating them as connected and not separated events* when reloading a remote calendar a progress indicator is now shown* the so-called "minimonth" (small calendar month in the upper left) has been given a visual overhaul* the calendar views (day, week, multiweek, month) have been given a visual overhaul* the today pane can now be displayed in calendar mode and task mode as well* caldav support and interoperability with various caldav servers has been improved* the application stability and memory consumption has been greatly improved
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works perfectly! great free virtual pc type software. works better then some of the big time pay programs!!
and only 360 meg too. so nice & compact, for this reason alone it gets 3. installed & runs without any problems.@ali4ek, you on dial up? it took me 1 minute & 59 seconds. get a decent connection. doubling my fibre link speed next month, so should only be 1 minute. :-)you need to take on board most of the worlds population on on 8 meg bit or much less. and i sill think it's a ridiculous size for an 'office' not an operating system update.
simple and good.-one window note app.-portable directly from the developer.-nice design.however..its missing an alert function and an option to give each note a different color. its also using 8+ mb while just hiding in the tray, i think it would be a good idea to destroy the gui when hidden which will drop its memory usage to less than 1 mb.
this software is great!i did not notice much slowdown on my suse 10 system at all. using a geforce 5700 ultra. however i bumped up the memory options to use 400mb of memory for cache and kept the default of 400mb of cached disk space. after these changes everything seemed faster than when i last used this on windows. i can not say about the beta build performace on windows but the linux beta seemed to be faster than the v3 released build.come-on, this deserves a 5!i, and prob. many others, submitted to google's request page for google earth asking for a linux version!i have made the switch to linux as well, but could not stand open office, so i run ms office using crossover office.
first, imgburn is not overly complicated. at install and first launch, you get a very clear and concise dialog asking what kind of project you'd like to complete; be it burn an image to disk, or create one etc. it does have the more complicated features for disk mastering for more advanced users, but they're not required as the defaults have never failed me regardless of the task i wish to perform.second, burnaware, while an ok type of app, falls short in some of its functionality and abilty, but can't be totally ignored because it is, after all, free.plumber should focus on a more intelligent and lucid explanation as to why he thinks one program beats another, and leave the passion out of it. slamming other people for their own beliefs simply because they don't fall in line with yours is immature and closed minded. rating a program high because the authors included adding it into the context menu or because they're a friend of yours is simply ridiculous. what other folks are mentioning here is simply this:when you compare this program to others, it doesn't do anything more than the others do besides that context menu thing. i, for one, don't care much about that since i prefer to get into the program itself and do the disk mastering myself. that being said, considering that the other programs are free and this one is not, i would go with the others, and between those two mentioned, imgburn is by far the more powerful and comprehensive. now i did give this program a fair shake and tried it, and quite frankly i am very not impressed with it. it's burner software. it works. so it gets a 3. does it work better? no, so it doesn't get an extra point which would have been a 4. when comparing apples to apples, is it free also? no, there goes the other point that could have brought it up to a 5. so to be clear, it works, but it's not free or as powerful as other free ones, it gets a 3.also, one other thing... take note of the image. right above this program's dialog for burning an image to disk, is windows built in ability to burn an image to disk, which is also (ahem) free. so is one really expected to pay to do something that can be done in literally the same step for free?and i don't know any of the authors to any of the programs.
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