It's been 'a while' since I've posted here....
I've been using Awasu Pro (paid for of course!) daily for a couple of years and continue to think it's excellent / outstanding / superb thanks!
In May 2006, I upgraded to v2.2.1 Pro (& on Windows Vista for the past few months), and this is the version I am still using. I realize v2.2.1 was an interim release (beta/alpha?).
I would like to upgrade to a newer version, BUT, I've been putting it off because.... er, I'm scared! What of? I hear you ask. Well, the Awasu I have works pretty well and I'm a great believer in the old adage "if it isn’t broke, don't touch it!" and especially as I'm shorter than normal on time this year - something to do with having very small kids, I think!
My fear is heightened by the fact that I think interim releases (such as the latest available) contain both fixes AND new features. It's Catch-22 for me as, I don't really want the new features (albeit I might change my mind when I see them! ), but I DO want THE most stable version I can get my hands on.
My Question is this: Is there an up-to-date Pro version I can upgrade to that will give me something very stable (i.e. include as many bug fixes as possible) without putting me on the front line of testing?
Now, I realize this is far from the spirit of helping a great product become even greater and I apologize for that, but a) I am paying for it, and yes, do also regularly recommend Awasu to other folks b) If it's a trade-off between time helping Awasu evolve and time with our kids, the latter come first c) At least my guilt is lessened (a little) as I have contributed through feedback in the past d) Er, as soon as the kids have left home, I'll be back to my usual contributing self!
Final question then: What version should I upgrade to if I want maximum stability and least pain? I'm technically competent so, as long as I have some instructions, I don't mind following as many steps as it takes DURING the upgrade process, but, the following day, I'd like to be done with any tweaking and have it work at least as well as my current version.
Could you advise please? My fears may be completely unfounded of course!
Thanks very much.
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