Member since: Sep 24th, 2005
Apr 14th 2011 4:57AM This really is a shame. I've been a reader of this site since it started and it's introduced me to many incredibly useful pieces of software.Good luck to you all - you created and grew something amazing, of which you can all be proud.
Nov 10th 2010 3:09PM Wow - I just tried this and Firefox is WAY faster. It'd been taking up to 5 seconds just to open the app, and then it would be sluggish. I switched to Chrome as a result - and the faster rendering - but really miss the apps; they're not as advanced in Chrome.I really might switch back now - going to experiment some more.Is there a non-software way to do this in Chrome? Our company IT policies prevent this sort of thing (running 3rd party software).Great tip danielkza - +1
Sep 17th 2010 7:20AM Microsoft Office products have had this for ages, no? Including Outlook.I always paste in their apps using CTRL + ALT + V, which kicks in the Paste Special box, with a load of paste options, including "unformatted text".
Sep 11th 2007 8:59AM Anyone know if there's a UK version? The carriers listed are all US
Sep 24th 2005 9:22AM I've always disliked IrfanView and ACDSee - I find them clunky and they don't support all the files I want.
I've found the free XnView to be an excellent alternative and it's now my browser of choice.
Save your tabs and Panorama tab groups in Firefox 4
Amazon Appstore for Android hands-on review: Android Market is in trouble