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    media tools professional 5 1
  • License:
    Freeware
  • Language:
    English
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  • Updated:
    22/2/2012
  • Publisher:
    Isaac1974
  • Platform:
    Win XP/Vista/7/8, Linux, Mac
  • File size:
    12 Mb
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by Junior1977 on September 03, 2013, 14:39 download media tools professional 5 1 User reviews

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really? version 15? what's new? more malware? more spying? 0/5
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by Eugene1974 on August 03, 2013, 05:20 download media tools professional 5 1 User reviews

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i had heard some of the features coming into office 2013, but was just sort of stunned when i actually got it.it would not install on my xp machine at all (bummer). but i'm replacing that last xp machine with a new win 7 pro 64 bit one soon, but i wonder how many corporations would want to abandon that xp infrastructure just yet. i think they still have downgrade rights to xp till 2020 or something like that.anyway, the interface changes confused me very much. but to be fair, i have never gotten the hang of the ribbon changes anyway.the skydrive thing kind of freaked me out. i want everything stored locally. nothing on the web. i don't want to expose my stuff to possible scrutiny or have to fit my content under a "terms of use" for the skydrive. i'm not a paranoid guy, but as you can see with megaupload and some of the hammers being put down on cyber-lockers, when they can scan the contents of these cloud options looking for content / key words, it's just a recipe for trouble.but what it came down to was that i don't think i could be productive on that new office 2013 without a lot of retraining. personally done on my own or paid for by a company. i'm a keyboard centric guy, and i can get things done fast with a normal menu system. not even close to that with win 8 or office 13 and probably not for a long time, if ever.so, there's libreoffice and openoffice (apache has it now) and for me, that's what i'm going to focus on. unless i'm forced to use that product because a client demands it, i hope to never opt for another microsoft office suite for the rest of my pre-retirement life.i just don't see the benefit of following where they want to lead me. myself and many of the places i have worked for / contracted with got burned badly by the whole frontpage debacle, and i don't feel like i want to let them stab me in the back as a customer again.
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by Herbert1971 on October 14, 2013, 04:06 download media tools professional 5 1 User reviews

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well, looks like microsoft is leaving the pc in the dust with their newest os. yes, you will be able to access the desktop, but have to do some different things to get to it. this so reminds me of the ubuntu/unity snafu that shook up the linux community. guess change is inevitable.
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by Titus1981 on June 05, 2013, 12:32 download media tools professional 5 1 User reviews

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the best one. my default pdf viewer.first of all it needs like other programs virus free computer. then there are no errors.yes, i agree that for some specific purpose there is better pdf x-change viewer, free (export to jpeg or png is fine). or for quick preview of simple pdf sumatra. but for me adobe pdf reader is number one for many years.
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by Eleazar1983 on August 07, 2013, 08:29 download media tools professional 5 1 User reviews

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really? version 15? what's new? more malware? more spying? 0/5