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  • 2.0 stars

    "Nice, but kept crashing"

    February 23, 2009  |   By jojoquacks


    I liked the overall features, ability to customize views, subscribe to various feed types and podcasts.


    Crashed almost every time I used it. No uninstall - just had to delete program & app data folders. Probably made a giant mess of my registry.


    I would have liked to keep using FeedReader, but it crashed so often I just became too frustrated. I am always amazed - and ANNOYED - when developers don't bother to include a simple "uninstall" feature with any program. How ridiculous is it for the publisher to explain in their online FAQ how to delete the program & user data files, when they could have simply put in an uninstall feature?

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