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I haven't bothered searching for versiontracker related posts on CNET yet since I've only recently discovered the purchase of it by CNET. The reason I'm looking for anything related to versiontracker is that it's been an awesome resource for a while (almost a decade?). All I've found on the newly purchased site is a list of software divided by the 100 different versions of windows XP/ME/7/Business/Home/Corporate/YouNameIt and 1, literally 1 piece of software of OS X 10.6. This search results in logging me out of the site. Am I completely off base here or can someone clear this up for me?

Just another example of outrage against corporate buy_this-buy-that mentality. Thanks, versiontracker for selling out. Or should I say thanks for not making sure anybody followed through with the purchase.

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