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Radsoft software has received honourable mention and continues to be top downloads at Beverly Hills, DOWNLOAD.COM, File Mine, Freeware 32, SHAREWARE.COM, WinAppsList, Windows Magazine, Winfiles, Winsite and countless other software archives worldwide.
Beverly Hills Software
Beverly Hills Software was long the #1 Windows NTx resource center on the Internet.
Beverly Hills Software awarded CIP the prestigious '5 Palms' and named it 'Application of the Week'.
Since early 1998 a Radsoft product was always amongst the top ten downloads at Beverly Hills Software. During a five week period in the fall of the same year, when Internet Explorer 4, Diskeeper 4, and WinZip 7 were released, all four Radsoft products available at Beverly Hills stayed in the top ten together, Extreme Power Tools holding onto the coveted number one spot. The trend continued for several years until the site's demise.
Radsoft products at DOWNLOAD.COM continue to be consistently top downloads.
j.ello | report
j.ello | report writes:
'There are few utility suites out there that can compare with the superior services provided by this download. I could write a lot and not do this package justice. It offers the widest breadth of any utility suite I can think of, giving you all those little items you want, but are just too lazy to go hunt for. Get it and enjoy!'
Radsoft have the singular distinction of being 'gnomed' twice. Lockergnome writes:
'Look no further - this is the Swiss army knife of shareware downloads. In such a small amount of space, you'll find over 30 different programs with 30 different functions: memory monitor, process manager, system status viewers, resource monitor, screen magnifier, performance monitor... and that's just the beginning.'
Note: When Lockergnome's Chris Pirillo wrote his review in April 1998 there were over 30 (close to 40) programs in Extreme Power Tools; today the number of tools is close to 150.
NONAGS awarded five duckies to both Extreme Power Tools and CIP.
TUCOWS awarded five cows to Spike.
Note: For reasons unrelated to this award, we recommend you do not download Radsoft or anyone else's products from TUCOWS. Among other things, it has been shown that TUCOWS raids the archives of Simtel for their updates. Radsoft products at TUCOWS today are placed there without permission from Radsoft and represent significantly outdated software.
Web Attack gave both CIP and Spike the golden Editor's Pick Award.
Windows Magazine rates Extreme Power Tools 'Top Ten' in their August 1999 issue.
ZDNet gave Extreme Power Tools the Editor's Pick Award.