Aug 15, 2006
Aug 10, 2006
Our blog is 5 days old. For this anniversary we got a present frÐ¾m Microsoft â€“ today the beta version of Windows Live Writer was announced.
- While installing, it adds Onfolio toolbar to IE (optional) making it work with tabs (supports old IE versions) But the toolbar needs to be updated at once.
- Is considered to be a default client for Windows Live Spaces â€“ has anybody an idea why? – but also compatible with other weblogs (Blogger, LiveJournal, TypePad, WordPress). Semi-automatic Ñonfiguring â€“ just point URL, login and password.
- Easy photo and map publishing
- Works via proxy servers
- Lack of text formatting features, in spite of WYSIWYG authoring. If you are used to Semagic, Zoundry Blog Writer or BlogJet, youâ€™ll be missing them.
Wish to get the most out of Live Writer? Tweak its API, as we do right now. Launching FDM blog, we had concerns about each piece of blog client software we tried. Frankly, we still use no client. At the moment we are testing the toolkit by Microsoft.
Now after FDM became social we are preparing to a massive FDM Blogging Buzz that will start on August 16. If you have a weblog or personal space, you can prejoin here.
Aug 09, 2006
FDM developers have never been at a standstill. During the whole period of the program existence FDM Team has constantly been enriching the software with new features making it still more attractive to millions of users all over the world.
But now, with the new 2.1 version, FDM Team is offering you something really special. Free Download Manager 2.1 is not only the perfect downloader, but also social software designed to make surfing and downloading a safer and more rewarding experience. FDM 2.1 users get a new, exciting opportunity – to request the opinion of other community members on the file they are going to download right from the download window. In this way users will secure themselves from useless or malicious files. Read more about this opportunity on our Community Features page.
Today we launch our blog. Here we will place notes about Free Download Manager development process and upcoming features, best downloads we find in the Internet and also information about our FDM Blogging buzz.