Member since: Jul 12th, 2009
Nov 10th 2010 3:18PM @danielkza: Actually no, you don't.This is what I thought first, and I couldn't understand who would want a non-persistent cache. But it seems the program Sebastian used will save the content of the RAM drive to disk when you reboot and reload it when Windows restarts (at least, that's what their website says).
Oct 28th 2010 3:28PM Has a contenst of the most stupid comment just been opened ? Is there anything to win ?
Oct 27th 2010 12:04PM Yeah... It was also on DLS 10 days ago: http://www.downloadsquad.com/2010/10/14/skype-5-windows-facebook-integration-group-video-calls/
Sep 30th 2010 5:54PM Nice, a new picture format that we will be able to use in 10 years, when everybody has upgraded to Internet Explorer 11.Use PNG
Jul 26th 2010 10:59AM Again ?!Seriously, after the "one post a day about a collaborative editor" serie is it going to be the "online apps to annotate websites" now ?Why not group all those articles about apps that mainly do the same thing together, instead of duplicating the same pointless article that sounds like a dumb useless commercial endless times...
Jul 22nd 2010 12:58AM @jed: Because it's full of F***ing retards...
Jun 25th 2010 5:41PM > Left hand side stacked (and grouped)Meh.... WTF is that ?!?I'm happy to know the Firefox UI team has been working on Tabs on top + Application tabs + Tab Candy for Firefox 4, and not on such solutions instead.
Jun 24th 2010 12:10PM @sonnyjimba: Nowadays, one of the safest ways to browse the Web, is to use Internet Explorer 8 on Windows 7.Welcome to the 21st century...
Jun 4th 2010 9:18PM They locked it for a good purpose: those demos do NOT showcase web standards. Their CSS is full of '-webkit-something' proprietary rules that do not correspond to any existing standard.When browser vendors use vendor prefixes to do something like "border-radius" it is OK. But when Apple add "box reflections" rules that do not correspond to any standard, it's not.So what now ? Tomorrow MSIE 9 will be released with its own set of "-msie-something" proprietary CSS extensions, and making web pages will be about juggling between "webkit" and "msie" rules ? Welcome back to the 20th century.
May 22nd 2010 10:34AM "To use it, you'll have to drop your data into Google Storage for Developers"Very, very bad thing....
Save your tabs and Panorama tab groups in Firefox 4
Amazon Appstore for Android hands-on review: Android Market is in trouble