Hi! Do you remember blogs? Well, this used to be one. Now it just serves as an archive for my multiple Twitter accounts.
I found out what crashes Abilon: displaying submenus. (That’ll teach them using personalized menus instead of respecting Windows UI themes.) If I only use keyboard shortcuts, no more crashes.
So I can go back to recommending it: it’s the best free aggregator for Windows — and it also happens to be better than all the shareware aggregators I tried. You’ll only have to know it’s incompatible with something I must have installed in the last two weeks. (But I don’t know what: I installed a lot of stuff lately, as I needed to toy around.)
P.S. Oh, yeah, there’s that thing I installed two weeks ago: the latest Matrox drivers. I discovered the “prevent menus from spanning multiple screens because it’s really inconvenient” option, checked it and thought it was great. Only, it crashes Abilon when submenus are displayed.
No wonder I was the only one having this problem, then.