Voluntary Upgrade Fee

January 16th, 2009 | Tags: ,

Back at the end of August, MenuMaster came out with a new version, though noted it would be free, made the following plea:

If you’ve bought Menu Master around three years ago and have never paid for it again (we’ve not charged for an update of Menu Master) we kindly ask if you wouldn’t mind paying a voluntary upgrade fee. This fee is completely voluntary, is not required, and Menu Master itself has no knowledge of whether you have volunteered or not. There are no perks to volunteer and we only ask that only registered users volunteer.

I wouldn’t have minded the request so much, if they had done a better job with this version. There was only one major new feature in this version: “Added support for Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard v10.5”. Yeah, support for the operating system that was released 10 months before. You want me to support software that is only available for half of the time I will be using the current operating system? Yeah, right.

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