Well, this could be.....
The Register has teamed up with Betanews.com, the US online tech publication, to launch our very own software downloads channel at http://downloads.theregister.co.uk. We trust you will find it useful. Readers with long memories may recall that we had a downloads channel once before. This was popular at first, but the guys …
I'll check it out to see if there's a patch to keep my Wundows 7 RC operational!
I was all set to make some witty but flippant comment about a Reg pr0n download service but thought I'd best check out the site beforehand...
...only to find that "today's hot files" are headed by ... wait for it ... iTunes. For Windows. Apparently the Mac version is actually quite usable in comparison to the PC alternative but really ... iTunes?
I mean, seriously...
Pearoast for the photocomp of the week? (B3ta...)
I see only Windows or Mac
Glad to see this back - thank you. Already sorted out one problem for me.
No Linux section. No mobile device section (of any O/S).
> I see only Windows or Mac
Well I went to 'Browse all files' and then selected 'Linux' from the operating system drop-down.
As for a mobile device section, with all the AppStore's popping up, it seems a little pointless. I'm actually surprised they have a Linux section, since the repositories tend to provide most of what people need.
Good work El'Reg.
Well, there is ubuntu up there now. However, dem-as-wot-no clearly are aware that apple and microsfoft need a lot of help to catch up with the rest of us.
Be nice if there was some indication on the front page of the cost of the software...
Freeware, Nag, Crippleware, 30 day full, £30... You get the idea
Are we going to be able to get the extreme pr0n now?
Three links to it in four paragraphs puts this article in the 'shameless self-promotion' category.
Apple wants you to think PCs are slow and clunky.
Apple writes free software for PC.
What better way to make PC slow and clunky?
How else could those, ahem, reports get 'leaked'.
Have a nice day!
Bit alarmed that the Mac only software selection offers a Keylogger. That's something I never want to come into contact with - even in a professional capacity...
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