I think you didnt understand the main point!
Firstly, Alcohol software isn't a freeware. People have to purchase it $$$.
(So, because of that, i expect from them to give end users support even if development team is very limited or not!!)
-> Device support patches is more attractive to NEW customers than end users who already purchased it. (Since end users should already had review the drive compatibility list before purchasing the software.).
-> Blacklistings updates should'nt have to wait up to 6 months before getting released.. At this speed, the game could easily become obsolete..
Finally, I think Alcohol team rely a little bit too much over the fact that customers could use freeware tools to compensate over their lack of updates..
So, instead we should maybe think to donate our money to freeware developers which seems to put even more effort to support than the commercial software...
What do you think ?
Originally posted by Lvsitano
Alcohol Soft releases device support patches from time to time. These patches add support for more new drives and may improve support for the existing ones.
As the Alcohol Soft development team is very limited in the number of coders, the work will not progress as fast as big companies like Ahead, but be sure they're doing the best they can.