Do you update Nero every month?

vbimport

#1

It seems that Nero is updated almost every month.

Webmal


#2

I usually wait 4-5 days after the update comes out to get it.

Why do I wait 4-5 days? Because I usually can’t get more than 20-25kb/s download speed from Nero. After a few days torrents start popping up with the new version and I can download it in minutes instead of an hour. You also get to hear if there are any problems with the new version.


#3

I find an update that works good for a while then I stick with it until I feel froggy enough to try a newer version.If it fails or there are bugs,I go back to a reliable version.


#4

heck … i like new versions … :slight_smile:


#5

I don’t update very often. Maybe check ever 4 to 6 months unless I see a particularly good update comes out or something. The last new update I got and had some problems with the new Nero Vision Express 3. I eventually just went back to VE2 because it always works great for me.


#6

I think about upgrading every month, but bailed out of the last few 6.6 ones - still at the “maybe the next one will be ok” stage on that.

Back in the 5.5 days, I even used a mixed version, as the wave editor was broken in some updates, at least in Win98 - after finding which files needed swapping, I’d throw the next update in, and then if that didn’t bring it back, remix again!


#7

I’m upgrading every month at the moment - but only because I’m hoping every new version is fixing more bugs than it’s introducing.


#8

if aint broke, hope it stays that way and dont install 15 myriad updates.
just my 0.02cents :smiley:

Rich


#9

Depends if it improves what i need


#10

As with most software, I upgrade when a new verion comes out, sometimes I miss a version if there is nothing much new.

Ben :slight_smile:


#11

i don’t update unless necessary anymore, not worth screwing with my films.

It’s a work habit, i administer Solaris boxes, too frequent updating of so many different things and you make problems/ make problems worse when they happen. :rolleyes: