11 thoughts on “Dashlane 6.2048.0 free

  1. You must have Gmail open to use it, it is not a “stand alone” product like Outlook.

    This will not give you a pop-up window where you can write you email and send it, it instead saves a draft to your draft folder with the proper recipient address which you then have to open Gmail and retreive.

  2. Tried to just cut a short piece off a video. Realized it doesnt work with Windows 8. Should have been told that from beginning.

  3. About half the time I copy a movie there is a problem with the new disc. But the biggest problem with this is that I don’t always no until half-way into watching the film. What you get from this software is a crap-shoot, and you never know what the real outcome is going to be. I have tried different setting over the last 11 months, on several different burners and players, all with the same results. And forget about their inept and callous tech support staff in Asia.

    Here’s the bottom line. If you want to buy a bunch of DVD’s and use them as drink coasters, this is the product for you. If you want useable copies of your DVD’s… forget it. Here are some of the bad copies you’ll get: The first chapter won’t play, but the rest work fine. The disc isn’t recognized by any DVD player. The audio is out of sync, either through all or only part of the movie. Cloner can’t break the encryption. Scenes are missing. And the list goes on and on…

  4. Where to begin! Tech support is off-shore in India and is ONLY there. There is no escalation, no additional help and if you call, expect to be on the phone for 2-3 hours EACH TIME. The software is really buggy and will often stop responding. It also will hang your server if you try to reboot it, making maintenance of my servers even harder. You cannot use the VMWare backup if you use anything other than standard VMWare stuff – I am using HP VSAN and I have to back up each server individually – if I wanted to do that, I would have stuck with BackupExec. You cannot create a simultaneous multi-location backup, even though they say you can. I have two places I want to back stuff up – to a DAS on my backup server and a portable hard drive for off-site DR. If I want this, I have to create two completely separate backups and hit my network twice to get it done, even though I was led to believe otherwise that it allowed for multi-location backups. It just means you can span your backup. Sigh.

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