Member since: Mar 26th, 2009
Jun 15th 2010 6:45AM I know this sounds ridiculous in the age of Windows 7 etc. but I still use a program called MWSnap (designed for Win 98 - possibly even 95)...sad...I know...
Jun 12th 2010 6:32AM good idea - unfortunately the average user doesn't read Download Squad and will probably never use it (shame)...
Jun 12th 2010 6:31AM bye bye skype
Jun 11th 2010 3:10PM Spicebird actually looks promising - http://www.spicebird.com/
Jun 11th 2010 3:58AM No. 1 - You obviously haven't used Windows 7. No. 2 - Not everyone on Earth is an Adobe fanboy (I also prefer Corel)No. 3 - The amount of bloat that has accumulated with Adobe software over the years has become ridiculousNo. 4 - For the average user Adobe software is WAY over the top
Jun 9th 2010 2:44AM Very wrong! This kind of steam-roller approach is exactly why big companies like Facebook & Apple get so much stick from open source communities. Doesn't Apple have Tthe time to send 1 (just one) email and say "Hey, we're gonna 'borrow' some code!"No...let alone consider working with the developer! Just to high and mighty for that...money warps just about all businesses eventually...
Jun 7th 2010 12:47PM fanboy
Jun 7th 2010 11:05AM If you do not know what "mounting a network drive means" then1. You wouldn't be able to install Ubuntu Netbook Edition (or know what Ubuntu was) in the first place2. If you were able to install Netbook Edition or ever wanted to use it, the ability to easily mount a network drive would be a good thing3. Wouldn't be reading Download Squad anyway...So, I don't see your point
Jun 7th 2010 6:41AM That's funny...but I think Apple should be allowed to push Safari, Google & Microsoft (okay not Mozilla) do it. Google put links to Chrome of the homepage and Microsoft does their best to force IE onto just about anyone.I just think trying to force Safari onto the kind of user checking out an HTML5 demo is a bit wrong. Most people checking out an HTML5 demo are just going to get angry when they try and do that.
Mar 18th 2010 11:17PM To be honest this is a dumb graph, we are talking in BITS of a second. I mean I use is.gd and I live in South Africa and to be honest by the time I have blinked twice the URL is usually open AND how much of this time is related to the URL shortner and how much to the URLs it is opening? Did they test all of these using exactly the same URLs? Otherwise it could be a very skewed (and wrong) comparison.
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