And any answer you offer does not justify your purchase because
Peter Nielson conned OS/2 users into buying his PMView 0.xx
by telling them they would receive a lifetime license to all future
And like the fool you show yourself to be, you bent over, spread
your cheeks and said "let me pay for the screw" and you did just
that so you could get the latest greatest gift from a con artist. You
walk funny and we all know why.
Stupid people do stupid things.
People have become so blinded by the unethical business tactics
ingrained in so many by Microsoft that they "bend right over" when
a vendor baits them with false advertising then turns around
and claims 'I lied. Here's what Im really offering..". In America we
call that the good old "bait and switch". Mustang did it as did SPG,
Stardock, Serenity and now Nielsen. There is no faster way to
kill a 'niche' product then to lie to 'niche' customers.
If you like getting screwed then continue to support this kind of
'standard Microsoft business behavior'. It's your money. Pour
it down the gutter if doing so makes you believe your farts don't
PMView Pro has problems whereas PMView does not despite
those who claim otherwise. I advise people to stick with PMView
and let Peter stew in his PMViewPro problems and false advertising.
Tim Martin, The OS/2 Guy
Warp City Web Site - http://www.yqcomputer.com/
From his Warp 4.53 ThinkPad T40 w/2GIG of RAM,
80GIG of Hard Disk and IBM's Web Browser for OS/2