Every successful software application can be defined by three primary questions
This is text is mainly courtesy of the website “Bring the Start Menu Back”, developed as a solution to back in the diabolical windows 7 days… when the start menu disappeared from the popular Windows OS.
Every successful software application can be defined by three primary questions:
1) Does it install easily?
2) Does it execute quickly?
3) Does it accurately satisfy user-desired objectives?
and yes there are more functional questions to ask, still you get the idea.
Our software reviews here are from a users perspective and as such punchy.
Basically if it is broken, then it should not have been released to the public.
A product that is still in BETA and not finished, and then user tested by paid users is unfortunately becoming commonplace.
This “early release cycle” methodology is a financial business decision, essentially to finish the product testing in the wild.
Sometimes this philosophy leads to unacceptable products being released well before they are actually ready.
Are there installation issues?
Does it open fast and the software just works?
Are there minor bugs in the operation and function of the offered product features?
These are the questions that Reviews herein are evaluated against, and marked out of TEN.