Trustware Offers Facebook Fans a 5 Day Sneak Peek of BufferZone Pro v.4.00

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  1. Trustware

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    Trustware is launching its new BufferZone Pro Facebook page and we are giving our new Facebook fans an option to enjoy an early release of BufferZone Pro v. 4.00.

    The Facebook promotion registration begins at 9am PST, December 15, 2011 and ends at 9am PST, December 16, 2011. Upon the end of the registration period, Trustware will release BufferZone Pro v.4.00 for a 5 day sneak peek to all registered Facebook fans.

    For registration and additional information, please visit the BufferZone Pro Official Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/#!/BufferZonePro
     
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    :thumb: thanks
     
  4. aigle

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    5 days sneak peak? what does it mean?
     
  5. jaodsvuda

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    Hopefully not : " Curiosity killed the cat ! " ... :p
    Just kidding,I do like BZ ( at some points even more than SBIE),but " No FB 4 this guy" . Ever.
     
  6. waters

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    Seems heavier than last version.May switch back.
     
  7. Chuck57

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    No problem with slowdowns here. It's as fast as the last beta I had on board. I am really liking this latest BZ Pro.

    Refurbished Dell Dimension 3000, XP Pro sp3, ancient Pentium 4 processor and 1G RAM.
     
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    I also gave it a try and it slowed browsing down considerably. Already took it off.
     
  9. Chuck57

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    Well, spoke too soon. Bluescreens began the evening after my last post. Had another one today.

    There are only two possibilities. Bufferzone or Google Chrome. I took BZ off and went back to Sandboxie and we'll see what happens. I can't imagine it's Google Chrome.
     
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    Hi Chuck57,

    We will appreciate it if you will be able to provide us some more information about your system.

    On 32bit OS:
    Under Program Files\Bufferzone you will find a file called "SysDump.exe", double click on that file and it will create a "report.zip" file.

    On 64bit OS:
    Under Program Files\Bufferzone you will find a file called "SysDump64.exe", double click on that file and it will create a "report.zip" file.

    Please send us this file to support@trustware.com.

    Re-checking the date of your post, if your are using the 5 days "Sneak a Peek" version i suggest you to try the latest version of BufferZone Pro 4.00
    from our website, it contain some fixes for stability issues.

    Regards,
     
    Last edited: Dec 22, 2011
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    glad to see trustware support in this forum:thumb: :thumb:
     
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    Thank you, Shahar. I will download immediately and try it. I've been a BZ fan for a long time and never had an issue before. An excellent product.
     
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    Hi Chuck57,

    Thank you, We have recieved the report file you sent, it sound like a compatibility issue.


    Did you try Bufferzone Pro 4.00-363?

    We will check the file and update you.

    Best Regards,
     
  15. acr1965

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    Anyone know if BZ 4 will be freeware or will there be a paid and free version?
     
  16. nikanthpromod

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    @shahar , i also sent a report.zip... i had explorer crash while right clicking an image in bufferzone...
     
  17. Trustware

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    Hi acr1965,

    BufferZone Pro is Free.


    Best Regards,

    Efrat Schneider
    Marketing Manager

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  18. Chuck57

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    Downloaded the latest version and, so far, flawless performance. No trouble at all, and no slowing down of system. It's a great product.

    I have the bufferzone set to empty every 10 days. Previously, I emptied it nightly. The problem began with the old version the next day, after emptying. I just want to wait and see what happens in a couple of days. I wouldn't think emptying the bufferzone would cause a BSOD.
     
  19. CoolWebSearch

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    I had the same problem yesterday, I did not want to risk the bsod, so I quickly reseted, and uninstalled Bufferzone in the safe mode.
     
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