Member since: Sep 11th, 2008
Feb 24th 2009 11:20AM I'm now using the Safari 4 beta for Windows. I have to say it looks more like a Windows application now, as opposed to the Mac-look of version 3. And there are definitely similarities to Chrome.I agree with ryaninc in saying that the tab dragging feature is cool. But what I want to find out is whether this version is more stable than the last. I had problems with Safari 3.2.1 crashing during practically every session, though I never did bother to try 3.2.2 and instead reverted back to 3.1.2. Hopefully 4.0 brings back the wonderful experience I've enjoyed since making this my primary surfing browser.
Feb 23rd 2009 11:25AM If I'm not mistaken, BitDefender 10 Free Edition does not offer real-time scanning/protection. The same is said on the product's Web page, though I haven't verified by installing. As an on-demand scanner it might be good, but there will be users hoping for/needing real-time protection.
Aug 30th 2008 10:34AM It's not exactly ask anything. I tried asking about what kind of doctor to see for sleeping problems and miamia gave the response: "Thank you for your question. MiaMia is not qualified to give medical advice."
Save your tabs and Panorama tab groups in Firefox 4
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