50 thoughts on “Windows Media Player Plus! 2.10 with serial keys

  1. Every version of this program has a mouse/keystroke monitor embeded in it. As soon as you start the prog, ZoneAlarm throws up a warning message. I do not trust this program – especially as it keeps trying to access the internet as well when it has no need to!

  2. Refused to run USPS downlaod in Vista. Removed and reinstalled version 9 and no more problems.

  3. I have tried and tried and tried with this company to register my paid copy of the MP3 Pro which also includes the sound editor, but it’s like lights are on, but nobody’s home. Not once have they replied, which makes me think they are out of business.

  4. A crappy program – all conversions limited to 1 minute, unless you pay. Is this what they call free downloads?

  5. Far too expensive. Corel PhotoPaint has far better anti-aliasing. Paint Shop Pro is way better value and just as good in many ways

  6. Doesn’t create a title screen to choose among multiple files.
    Requires temporary storage twice the DVD size.
    Fails without a meaningful explanation if the space isn’t available.

  7. When I tried to recover the partition, it showed an error message saying to read the help file. However the help file is not much useful

  8. Could do with a line or two about what each tick box clears in a hint box, some of the more obvious ones are ok like Temporary Internet Files but there is some obscure ones like Shell BagMRU, ComDlg32 recent that may confuse people.

  9. Video playback is now a pain. Flash gets into a mood and because it runs as a system driver or service, you can’t just restart the browser. You have to reboot or figure out how to reset it. It has persistent hidden cookies to track you.

  10. I had a lot of difficulty getting this product to work, tried two different modems – both of which are “voice enabled.” I tried one inexpensive Broadcom internal PCI V.92 modem that shipped with my Dell XPS) and one top of the line SOHO modem (Hayes External V.90 56K – [H08-02892] Business Modem). The BCM modem would only record for around 60 seconds before dropping and the Advanced Phone Recorder software did not recognize the Hayes modem at all. Note: the Hayes modem worked with some of other modem recording software packages. Tech support was quick in responding and although we were unable to resolve my issue, they promptly refunded my purchase price.

  11. The most horrible User Interface I’ve ever seen on a professional graphics program. Tiny, black-on-gray (only slightly adjustable) U.I. is almost unreadable for those with older eyes.

  12. For the price it’s actually very advanced in terms of features but extremely easy to use. The latest version has all sorts of lessons build in and the Loopbuilder feature is pretty amazing.

  13. The only con that I could say about the program is some of the photos it recovered were not viewable and once I restored them were not able to be opened.

  14. Won’t allow you to select a drive to analyze, just sits there with a locked out ‘start’ button.

  15. The technician I connected to was so very polite and helpful with a 68 year old who is a beginner in computers. I will come back to iyogi for sure.

  16. I received an email stating that I would receive a registration code within 12 hours. Over a week later, no code was sent and the company refuses to answer emails. Don’t fall for the scam, just download the free version and install as required.

  17. Very bulky program. (Alternatives like VLC, GOMPlayer, KMPlayer do not have extra codec packs.)
    Both this version and previous version leave garbage behind when uninstalled.

  18. Constantly crashes and unresponsive. I sometimes wonder if Adobe ever read the reviews of users!!

  19. Do not buy the standard edition, use the freeware version instead because it provides all the options the professional edition has but extracts only 50 Emails at a time. If you use MS Outlook and you want to buy it, make sure you buy the professional edition because the standard edition doesn’t work with MS Outlook. Upgrading from standard to professional is more costly then buying the professional edition.

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