I installed Onfolio 2.0 the other day and the program messed up my system.
Onfolio 2.0 is advertised as a cohesive research assistant akin to Furl It and another big selling point for the program is an embedded RSS reader. 


Onfolio 2.0 is supposed to be a ground-breaking way to store and manage
information.
It is not.
Onfolio 2.0 does not work with my standard Firefox 1.03 installation.
Onfolio hangs my brand-new machine.
The Onfolio 2.0 RSS feeds take forever to load at the default
installation setting. When I uninstalled Onfolio 2.0 and re-booted my
machine I was given a Windows XP corruption notice concerning my
Registry.

Luckily Windows XP was able to self-repair the damage. I have
used my Qosmio computer for several months without incident and I never had a Registry corruption until I installed Onfolio 2.0.
Remember, there’s no such thing as a coincidence.
I’m sticking with Furl It.

8 Comments

  1. I’ve been using Onfolio since version 1.0 and it’s a must have app for me. No problem ever, even in betas.
    Anyway, you are loosing the best rss reader in the market right now.
    Greetings from Spain

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