I do, when it's a big enough feature and performance upgrade to do so. Otherwise, no. I don't have money to burn on incremental "we had to get something out this month" upgrades.
answered Jun 06 '10 at 09:19
No i do not because i dont see any point in updating, i can use the software without having to update and have to learn how to use the new things that have been updated :)
answered Jun 06 '10 at 09:22