Incredibly useful software, it makes a great number of applications easy to save to a flash drive, then share them with users, be it via email, or on the web. It also does not just save flash based running image, but active links and shortcuts to web applications. Which is nice, because it allows me to use old saved items on web platforms that do not allow save methods.
With the number changes, comes an unexplainable flash dropout. The units that I have in the respective boxes, are not the same as those at the top of the boxes. But I always save about a dozen anyhow. The extra money from donwloading it, is worth it, because your money is being used to create downloadable content for the software. I paid for the additional benefits, and I like them.
It brought me back to Java, it seems to use a lot of resources. Now, I am not complaining, because I love Java, and love flash. This application seems to bust my Java memory just fine. But all in all, I just re-learned how to be mindful of memory usage in Java, because flash was busy, and I was not.
The ever annoying as well as informative notifications emerge occasionally, and making files that act entirely like flash files is price worthy. I will say, that in some cases, the software takes a long time, to save a simple pdf file. Other than that, it is above average.
When the software started to nag me, for it to repeatedly pop up, with the cost being brought in every time I ran flash, it made me leery, as I did not know who else may use it, or what other applications they had. The software was free, and the nagging was never disconcerting, it just made me think that if I were to not pay, it would force me to go elsewhere to get my information.
So, I thought, \"I wonder if this man has the product so I can order some.\" And, he mentioned he'd send me a codeword to get my serial number which, even though I was not prepared, I managed to pull out my phone and enter into the mobile payment field. 7211a4ac4a