Need an Old Version of a Software?

Posted by Kaya Kupferschmidt • Sunday, January 15. 2006 • Category: General
By chance I stumbeled over a very useful website offering old versions of programs for download. You might ask why some people might prefer not to use the latest sotware? Well, not every version upgrade automatically means better software. Plus modern software tends to be heavywight with tons of options and unnecessary bloat - while earlier versions of the same program were fast, easy to use and small.

And especially web-designers might want to take a look at that site, because there are tons of old browsers available. These form an important tool for all HTML-people in order to verify that their pages can be viewed not only on a broad base of different browsers, but also on different versions of the same browser.

So, here is the link: to that important site.


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