Member since: Nov 17th, 2007
Sep 30th 2009 1:49PM I've had great luck with drivers and Windows x64.The one thing i really wish for is for Adobe Flash to work in 64-bit mode, how hard could it really be?
Jul 13th 2009 10:17AM Excuse me, what?Yes the ribbon is not "customizable", but at the same time, neither is your drop-down menu. The tool tips are, but that's not what we're comparing.Your second point? Yes. Different features are on different tabs. This is no different than the drop-down. This is as ridiculous as me complaining that I can't use "cut" from my File Menu. This is not an issue. It's a basic design principle.The size of the drop down bar wasn't decided by you either. At this rate, neither was the size of your desktop icons. This is just nitpicking to try and find a fault.Define "Narrow screen" for me, please. I use Office 2007 at work, on a 15 inch 4:3 monitor. It has zero issues "scaling". Hell, for that argument, I've used Office 2007 on my netbook with the screen rotated 90 degrees. Still, zero issues.Given your weak argument, the ribbon interface does not take away any functionality, and your complaint about the tabbing is absolutely asinine.
Jul 13th 2009 9:17AM The ribbon IS a good idea. It's actually user intuitive.Everyone who complains about it sounds like an old person, who can't accept change. Oh what was that? Oh I can wait here, Grandmom. It's fine, go watch that episode of Matlock.
Jul 3rd 2009 12:24AM Panda is, and has always been incredibly intrusive, and a complete pain to uninstall. Why in the world would you ever want to use this?
Mar 31st 2009 9:58PM @BryantNo, sadly. There are only a few DVD drives that can properly read the Wii Discs.
Mar 26th 2009 1:58PM Seems like a pretty nice giveaway
Mar 24th 2009 2:35PM I was looking at one of these a while ago
Mar 23rd 2009 4:18PM Those look like some mighty fine speakers...
Mar 15th 2009 6:56PM I don't think you understand how the screen works...
Feb 9th 2009 4:34PM Oh wow, My Saitek just broke (or rather, my fiance decided to cut the usb cable, I'm still trying to figure that one out) and I was looking at one of these.
Save your tabs and Panorama tab groups in Firefox 4
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