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profess
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filehippo.com

Post by profess » 2014 Jan 04, 17:00

maybe i've not seen the site for a couple weeks or so, but filehippo.com has made some changes.
haven't used it much, but seems like ads are now really easy to see and centre stage :)
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Re: filehippo.com

Post by FrizzleFry » 2014 Jan 04, 19:41

Looks like they are using some Windows 8 style icons now...

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Post by Tuxman » 2014 Jan 05, 14:58

profess wrote:ads are now really easy to see and centre stage :)
Now that's surely an improvement.
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Re: filehippo.com

Post by Kilmatead » 2014 Jan 05, 16:37

I think he meant "ads for stuff he might actually be interested in" rather than the usual "ads for normal junkware". Then again, one never knows.

At least these hippo kids haven't gone the CNET route of forcing prepackaged wrapper-malware on downloads. :shrug:

Yet. :evil:

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Re: filehippo.com

Post by profess » 2014 Jan 07, 04:35

I was being sarcastic. Who wants to see ads these days? And plus I don't shop at Asda (which is an ad that was displayed).

Yea the Cnet wrapper packages are crap & not necessary. But everyone gotta make that money.

All comes down to £££££
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