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    "The best hits back!!!"

    October 14, 2005  |   By Syed Fahim Inaam


    Finally, one of the worlds best programs has received its well deserved and long overdue accolades from our favorite site Download.com

    For the last two years of observing the rating system that all of us maintain the users of this software voted and voted but never saw the all favored blessed by the now famous red five star of this site. But I guess the software has come through with its ever growing fan club around the world and can now boast to be the leader in the pack. Purists would perhaps smirk over the long awaited seal of approval from the download editors. If you have not tried this software - I think its high time you should. With the optimization utilities out there, you will be pleasantly surprized how user friendly the interface really is. Furthermore, very few in this catagory really do prevent and maintain the system. As far as I am concerned this is truly the leader in the pack.


    The english 2006 version was released almost 3 weeks after the german, dutch and french versions. Hope the developers are better prepared for it next year.

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  • Reply by Zeppo on January 24, 2006

    Well, the company that created this program appears to be a German one, as their copy right notice within the software reads: 1996-2005 TuneUp Software GmbH

    The GmbH is german. I know because I use ChessBase, a chess database program that also is german made. BTW, german programmers make some of the BEST software products.

    Anyway, this would why the german, dutch and french versions came out first. We americans should realize the world does not revolve around us - we are only a part of it.

  • Reply by wkeith01 on November 3, 2005

    Have you tried contacting support, webmaster, sales or press, if you have you will know they do not exist as knobdy opens the mail. As for the program, it is very unstable and parts of styler will only turn your computer off it also corrupts Windows so the welcome screen dissapears after uninstilation.

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