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This review is from: Intel EXPI9301CTBLK Network Adapter 10/ 100/ 1000Mbps PCI-Express 1 x RJ45
Pros: Read other users review about plug-n-play. Not so with my version of XP anyway.
Downloaded drivers from Intel website. MANY drivers available. XP 32bit worked great.
Cons: noneREAD FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Microsoft Expression Studio 4 Web Professional
Pros: * Cheap (Compared to more expensive alternative)
* Does good CSS / HTML w/ Standards
* Comes with other useful software
* This program is easier to learn than many others
* Will probably buy another copy
Cons: * Wish it were a bit cheaper and I'd buy it for all my machines right now
* Due to its low user base (as a some-what new kid on the block software), the user content like tutorials for learning it are scarce.
Other Thoughts: * I've tried at least a dozen or more free web editors and as far as GUI editing, I like this. Hard-coding I like my freebie for color-coding only.
* I've been using it on Win XP Pro. No problems there. Considering uninstalling it there to move to Win 7 Pro 64bit, but after reading some reviews here, seems like problems may arise.
* I still code PHP in another free editor (Hapedit). I really only use it for code-highlighting and I've found no other web-dev software on par with its highlighting.
* After making some extra money, I bought (expensive brand) and felt I had wasted my money. I learned (expensive brand) in college, but still prefer the affordability and streamline feel of Expression. I felt I was lacking power in Expression, but came back to (expensive brand) code I consider more heavy and less unique since almost everyone uses it. I don't like cookie-cutter websites (unless they're rare cookies with exotic nuts and colors!)
Pros: I've had this for a few months now... I keep my laptop powerpack, battery rechargers (with extension adapters), and other charging adapters... Now I don't have to switch them in and out of walls PLUS don't waste electricity leaving them plugged in while in use. Totally digging this thing.
Cons: Switches are on wrong side for me... So power packs block the light allowing me to see what's plugged in. This is just due to my angle though. For this price and considering I've had no problems- this doesn't deserve an egg off.READ FULL REVIEW
Display Name: David R.
Date Joined: 08/31/06
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