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Craigslist Image Preview: Firefox extension to add images to Craigslist searches (Download Squad)

Mar 24th 2008 2:04PM Does this work in the personals section? :-D ***Ducks***

Complain and you shall receive: Sony drops $50 anti-crapware fee (Download Squad)

Mar 21st 2008 8:24PM Well that would be great if I wanted to actually use Windows Vista. I still prefer XP. It would be real nice if I could get the option in XP Pro.

Mozilla says Firefox 3 beta is ready for prime time, we beg to differ (Download Squad)

Mar 21st 2008 11:47AM Does it even come close to passing ACID3?

eM Client takes on Outlook, Thunderbird (Download Squad)

Mar 19th 2008 5:40PM Try running it in wine?

ProcX shows you which Windows services can be safely terminated (Download Squad)

Mar 13th 2008 8:26PM Yes, Process Explorer (formerly a Sysinternals product, which was bought by Microsoft) is way better. WAY BETTER.

Why Internet Explorer 8 might not pass the Acid2 test (Download Squad)

Mar 5th 2008 10:21PM I guess the real question is, why is the "standards mode" an ActiveX component in the first place. I like the idea that all ActiveX components require security to run, but I'm sorry, "standards mode" should be so fundamental to the browser, it should be impossible to disable it.

Asus and Microsoft working an Eee-targeted version of Windows 7? (Engadget)

Mar 5th 2008 8:16PM That's funny. I have a feeling that many people are going to want to upgrade to Windows 7 (from XP) instead of Vista due to how "minimal" it is.

Ask DLS: What do you think of Internet Explorer 8 beta 1? (Download Squad)

Mar 5th 2008 7:00PM I find it interesting how some people are able to go to the acid tests and pass them, yet when I do it, I see it obviously does not pass. WTF Microsoft?

Windows Home Server bug corrupts iTunes, Zune, lots of other apps (Engadget)

Feb 21st 2008 12:06PM The official knowledge base article at Microsoft has also been updated recently, meaning Microsoft have acknowledged the issue (again):