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12/15/2009 5:20:48 AM (5 years ago)
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lowjoel
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    244244                    <h2>Eraser 6 Stable released!</h2> 
    245245                    <div class="posted">Posted by: Joel, 15<sup>th</sup> December 2009, 10:15 am +800GMT</div> 
    246                     <p>Eraser 6 stable has been released after being for  2 years in development. Eraser 6 sports a completely revamped user interface, and Windows XP/Vista/7 support out of the box. <a href="20090706.html">See the full announcement</a></p> 
     246                    <p>Eraser 6 stable has been released after being for  2 years in development. Eraser 6 sports a completely revamped user interface, and Windows XP/Vista/7 support out of the box. <a href="20091215.html">See the full announcement</a></p> 
    247247                    <h2>Eraser 5.8.8 released!</h2> 
    248248                    <div class="posted">Posted by: Joel, 15<sup>th</sup> December 2009, 10:15 am +800GMT</div> 
    249                     <p>Eraser 5.8.8 is released. This release is mainly meant to fix the disk corruption which results from running a first/last 2KB erase on a sparse file as well as&nbsp;to fix the context menu causing Explorer to hang when&nbsp;installed with certain software which also inserts a context menu item. <a href="20090611.html">See the full announcement.</a></p> 
     249                    <p>Eraser 5.8.8 is released. This release is mainly meant to fix the disk corruption which results from running a first/last 2KB erase on a sparse file as well as&nbsp;to fix the context menu causing Explorer to hang when&nbsp;installed with certain software which also inserts a context menu item. <a href="20091215.html">See the full announcement.</a></p> 
    250250                    <h2>Eraser 6-rc5 released!</h2> 
    251251                    <div class="posted">Posted by: Joel, 10 June 2009, 7.00pm, +800 GMT</div> 
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