I've got to say that my experience with SurfSaver 1.1 was such that I wouldn't
install version 2 if they paid ME to do it.
Screwing around with the wankey shareware protection and passwords and crap just
isn't worth the trouble. It would appear that they're more worried about
preventing people from using their software without paying for it, than they are
about allowing the people who PAID to use it without trouble.
I haven't been able to upgrade my web browser without reinstalling SurfSaver--
and reinstalling SurfSaver has been a battle with passwords, and usernames, and
hide and seek with that stupid unmovable software dongle, every time.
Words cannot express my frustration with a program that requires a call to tech
support each time I want/need to change something about the installation.
This is a classic case of what could be a handy little program made nearly
useless by unnecessarily paranoid security "features."