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  1. Free, Home, Business

    I could be wrong, but this seems to be a new change: I HIGHLY DOUBT that the "Home" version is the most popular. This makes me think that the free version will be phased out soon. The emphasis is clearly on the paid versions now.
  2. Hosts File Update

    MVPS updated 09-05-11.
  3. Hosts File Update

    A couple days late this time, but hpHosts updated 08-27-11.
  4. Hosts File Update

    MVPS updated 07-23-11.
  5. BlackHawk browser

    After using it a little more I've noticed two things. First, it's built on a much older version of Chrome/Chromium than Iron. In the newest version, the settings window opens in it's own browser tab with the URL of chrome://settings/browser, but in BlackHawk, settings opens in it's own window like the older versions of Chrome. Also, for some reason, text on forums such as this one look slightly blurry, whereas they look sharp and crisp in Iron. Speed is subjective and varies from machine to machine as Hazel said, but from my perspective, Iron is a better and more up-to-date browser.
  6. BlackHawk browser

    You bet. It doesn't seem any faster at anything than Iron though, and I prefer not to have a menu bar to save on screen space. I'm also unsure how quickly it comes out with updates. When Chrome comes out with a new stable version, SRWare usually updates Iron within a few days. At this point I have no idea how quickly NetGate releases updates (could be quick, could be slow, no idea right now).
  7. BlackHawk browser

    So basically it's a copy of Iron. I don't see anything yet that distinguishes BlackHawk from all the other Chromium-based browsers.
  8. BlackHawk browser

    I understand the irony of a firewall being for hackers, and I was just posting correct information about the software. Your earlier posts suggested it was indeed "for" hackers which made me curious to read more, so I did...
  9. BlackHawk browser

    In their description of the firewall it says "FortKnox Personal Firewall is personal firewall solution that allows you to protect a PC against hacker attacks..." (link). That doesn't sound like it's for hackers to me...
  10. BlackHawk browser

    It appears to be another Chromium variation like Google Chrome, SRWare Iron, and Comodo Dragon. I've never tried it though.
  11. Hosts File Update

    hpHosts updated 07-01-11.
  12. Firefox 5 out now

    I like FF5 enough where I've finally dumped Opera after 5 or 6 years. Opera 11 is fast and very good, except for site compatibility. The list of regularly visited sites that don't work well for me in Opera is huge. Primarily Facebook. Awesome browser, but I just got sick of site problems. I've now upgraded Iron from my backup browser to primary, and Firefox is my new backup.
  13. Hosts File Update

    MVPS updated 06-15-11
  14. CCleaner for Android OS

    I've used this one for a long time: CacheMate. It clears unnecessary stuff from the OS and hundreds of other apps. Excellent app. There's also a free version you can try.
  15. Opera and Flash 10.3.181.22

    Thanks all. I've uninstalled both versions of Flash completely (IE and non-IE) and re-installed after downloading fresh from FileHippo. Hazel, I too was able to watch that entire video. The first couple YouTube videos I watch play fine, but after watching 2 or 3, the problem begins. When the problem happens, CPU on opera.exe is maxed out at 99-100% until I manually close that tab. I've tried going to Flash settings in Control Panel and clearing all data, but the problem persists. As far as I can tell, it's unique to Flash 10.3.181.22 and Opera 11.11. With the previous version of Flash, YouTube played fine in Opera 11.11, and the latest version of Flash plays fine in Iron and IE. It doesn't seem to be OS dependent as it happens on both XP and 7. This problem may not specifically be Opera's fault, but nevertheless it only occurs in Opera. I also have other strange issues with Opera, like hitting the back button doesn't return me to the part of the page I was on (this issue is very obvious on Wikipedia). All these things combined and I'm seriously considering dumping it for good. That would be a shame, because it's still my overall favorite. Anyway, sorry for the rant.
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