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May 18th 2010 11:13AM Just wanted to also note that according to Paul Thurrott the rollout for the new Hotmail should begin soon: "The new Hotmail will begin rolling out to customers around the time of the consumer release of Office 2010, June 15, because of the related release of the SkyDrive-based Office Web Apps. I don't have a firm release date per se, but my understanding is that it will occur over time and should begin by June 15."
Jan 13th 2010 1:21PM This actually looks like an amazing product. It would provide some good arsenal against my mac using friends as well :) A decent backup solution is always a great thing. I'd gladly like to receive a copy and I'll be sure to recommend it!
Jan 12th 2010 11:11AM Sorry for the hasty assumptions based on the title. I was speaking more out the frustrations of seeing Retweets in my feed promoting the garbage that BSN was reporting. Comments about bad reporting completely refracted! Apologies again. You guys are still the best. Keep up the good work!
Jan 12th 2010 10:50AM Typically you guys are on the ball with this stuff. But check your facts next time. Tom Warren of Neowin.net has just blown this story out of the water. http://www.neowin.net/news/main/10/01/12/windows-mobile-7-delayed-till-2011-umm-noBad reporting is bad.
Dec 22nd 2009 10:12AM I feel like the title bar should have an option to be hidden as well. Based on the image on the UI developer website, the difference in screen real-estate is barely noticeable. *Note* in the screenshot he shows, the FF3.5 screenshot has the bookmarks bar turned on, while the other does not. If Firefox is adapting the Chrome-Look, then they should at least lose the title-bar as well (or give the option to hide it) so that they can adapt the functional positives of the Chrome UI as opposed to just playing catchup visually. Style is great, but without function its pointless in my opinion.
Dec 11th 2009 1:08PM Did Immunet convince you to switch from Panda on your main machines? I'm just curious. Thanks
Oct 27th 2009 10:32AM Any idea as to whether or not they support x64 systems yet? Last I checked (admittedly a while ago), they still did not. Just curious if that has changed.
Jul 30th 2009 6:54PM If you're interested in some better looking themes, I would recommend checking out www.chromeplugins.org , Here is a link to a great looking "Grey" theme, which I found on their site. http://www.chromeplugins.org/google/chrome-themes/gr4y-theme-7942.html It installs just like the themes listed above do, and no messing around with the "default.dll" files as Lee mentioned.
Oct 21st 2008 9:50AM Hey Lee I was just curious what theme you were using for Firefox in that screen?
Sep 19th 2008 12:44AM @Lee MathewsOut of curiosity which Linux distro are you trying to switch to?
Save your tabs and Panorama tab groups in Firefox 4
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