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Google Chrome (BETA) for Windows Commented on: 6 years ago (September 3, 2008) I think Mike's right about the dangers, although I suspect Google will have fixed this by the time it's out of Beta, they just want as many people to try out the beta as possible. The danger of...
It's real: Google to launch Web browser tomorrow Commented on: 6 years ago (September 2, 2008) mikegalos said: >>Replacing a general purpose ECMA Scripting (JavaScript/JScript/LiveScript) engine with one optimized for large, relatively static AJAX apps is the likely place where this would fit...
Microsoft SkyLine, SkyMarket and SkyBox Commented on: 6 years ago (August 31, 2008) I thought SkyDrive was a good name, but if "Sky" is the new "Live" it will loose it's appeal. Why does Microsoft have to be so inconsistent with their product naming. What does SkyDrive have to do...
Windows Updates Downloader Commented on: 6 years ago (July 22, 2008) Ocean, Windows Update Downloader and Paul's pick from last week were both featured first on Lifehacker....
Windows Vista tip of the week: Forcing windows to remember their sizes, locations, and customizations Commented on: 6 years ago (July 21, 2008) The instructions on this page:...
Windows Vista tip of the week: Keyboard shortcuts Commented on: 6 years ago (July 15, 2008) The annoying thing is there's no way to override these built in shortcuts if you want to use them for something else.
More reasons to switch to Firefox? Commented on: 6 years ago (July 7, 2008) "FireFox add-ins are based on XUL which runs in a scripting language and have the same permissions as javascript (safer). A potential bad FireFox add-in can do less damage than ActiveX malware." Not...
Vista tip of the week: Change file type associations on the fly Commented on: 6 years ago (July 7, 2008) You don't need to hold down shift when you right-click. The Open With option is always available.
Randall Stross jumps the shark Commented on: 6 years ago (June 29, 2008) If you're going to reference XKCD at least provide the link: http://xkcd.com/386/
Microsoft reveals nothing about Windows 7 ... Read all about it!!! Commented on: 6 years ago (May 27, 2008) A nothing story about three nothing stories. This must be the writer's equivalent of inspecting your own navel.
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