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I'm on there, too. It says over 2000 downloads...nobody's buying, though. LOL
Also: Weird, the price is listed as $37.14 rather than the $29.95 I set on Amazon.
Noit the first time I've seen that. Depending on which computer I use, I'll either see the real price, or something totally bizarre with no explanation. I think it's being converted to/from a different currency and not translating well, but I don't know if it's Amazon doing it or what.
We won't sit down.
We won't shut up.
We won't go quietly away.
Softpedia cnet and the like are old software listing sites, which don't really promote your software. You get some exposure but don't expect too much
there are sites like bitsdujour that give you a platform for a 1-day 50% sale, which will give you some income and an audience for a time. There are also some 100% giveaway of the day kind of sites, but my experience with them was dismal. But it could work for you
I am in the market for a new notebook - for a number of reasons, but mostly because I want to be able to display the video from my XBox360 on my notebook, something that I cannot do because I have given up on using my old solution of a VBox2 Advanced dongle (that used to work), and my current notebook does not have HDMI input (which I could use to display the HDMI output of the XBox360) - and would like to be able to narrow down my choices of which ones have the features I want (with being able to accept HDMI video being the most important), rather than look at an endless list of systems and go through the features for each one. I had thought that TigerDirect had a good system for doing this comparison, but I don't see anything there about selecting for HDMI input.
On this same note, TigerDirect does have a selection for the video system, and thus perhaps I should look at what video systems have HDMI input, and then use that as a "reference &" for having HDMI input, but then I would need to familiarize myself with the plethora of such systems.
Also, I am looking into somehow just playing the XBox360 directly on the notebook via Windows 10 - or through something called "Xenia", although when trying to do this, I got the message that I need "Vulkan" video compatibility, which I am trying to work out with my system by downloading a new driver for my Radeon R5 video, but that seems to have screwed up my system even more as now I am getting this stupid message "Your hardware settings have changed. Please reboot your computer for these changes to take effect" even after I reboot . There is also the Dolphin emulator that I have yet to try, but I have a feeling that I will get issues with that as well. Any advice here would be helpful as well.
I took a look at that site and it looks like it _could_ be interesting.
I don't even mind ads. But that site has so many ads you almost cannot even see the actual content.
I even get the idea that they are providing the reviews for free so I might have to view some ads, but that site is over-the-top ridiculous. Thanks though.
Testing a Widget, started to work on Friday with serial (via 485) now testing IP, and the blessed thing won't thing won't talk, person I usually go and see in this situation is off Bird Watching... so it looks like I might have to play with Python...