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I Fun View

by moranacus / June 12, 2009 4:04 AM PDT

Does anyone know if the I Fun View program is safe????
I just my computer fixed and I really like this program
but I don't want to reinstall it if there are issues with it.

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It is listed at CNET.Download.com
by MarkFlax Forum moderator / June 12, 2009 5:48 AM PDT
In reply to: I Fun View
http://download.cnet.com/i-Fun-Viewer/3000-18488_4-47362.html?tag=mncol

And the CNET.Download team virus check all the software listed, so it will be virus free, but of course you would always check any downloaded installation file yourself for viruses before installing the software anyway.

There's no reviews, although 671 people have downloaded it. But it has been available since 2005, so I am not sure that could be considered popular.

Strangely, when I visited the software developer, http://www.xequte.com/, I can find no mention of this I Fun Viewer, but the site itself seems malware free.

It seems you have tried it before, (you said you really like it), so why not install it again?

One thing though, it is not marked as compatible with Vista. You don't say what OS you are using.

Mark
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Windows XP
by moranacus / June 12, 2009 5:54 AM PDT

Sorry!!!!
I'm using Windows XP.
THANKS FOR THE INFO!!!!

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Adding to MarkFlax's comment
by FrankQC / June 12, 2009 9:02 AM PDT
Strangely, when I visited the software developer, http://www.xequte.com/, I can find no mention of this I Fun Viewer, but the site itself seems malware free.

I visited the site and checked to buy something and they took the appropriate measures to secure the financial transaction between you and them. They used https, which provides safer communications through SSL.

The website does look promising but I still have my doubts.
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