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TimeBell< のgiveaway は 2011年6月25日
Windows XP/ Vista/ 7
This software is a solution in search of a problem. Scheduling file operations has been an in-built capability of Windows for as long as I can remember and is possible via Task Scheduler. Meanwhile there are a large number of freeware or low-cost scheduling tools available on the internet, like Google Calendar, Rainlendar (my personal favourite) or Stickies, each of which is capable of doing scheduled reminders and to-do lists (and with arguably more pleasing interfaces, depending on the choice you make). All this is doing is playing on the general ignorance of many computer users.
If you click on the link for evvasoft, McAffee Site Advisor comes up with a warning that this is a dangerous site and notes:
“When we tested http://www.evvasoft.com, it attempted to make unauthorized changes to our test computer by exploiting a browser security vulnerability. This is a serious security threat which could lead to an infection of your computer.”
Please be careful. I think that the developers should pop-in and give some explanation.
The fractured English on the Evvasoft website made me wonder where they are located. There is no contact info except for an email address on their site. A Dogpile search came up with a site in Kazahkstan by that name offering the same program. When I attempted to go there, Google Safe Browsing and Avast anti-virus both blocked it, warning of malware. Web Of Trust also warns against it. I think I'll pass on this offering.
Their website is almost completely un-functional. Most links go to an error page. What kind of firm is this?
You can do all of this in Microsoft Outlook, Windows Live mail or Mozilla thunderbird and any number of free programs.
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