Member since: Aug 14th, 2009
Feb 2nd 2011 11:07AM "You make my browser compatible with your format, I'll make your browser compatible with my format!"
Oct 27th 2010 9:44AM How long until it considers everything malicious, just like a few months ago on my computer?
Sep 20th 2010 3:53PM I can imagine those 596 owners being pissed off at paying who knows how much on a rusting emblem...
Sep 18th 2010 3:41PM Well, messenger seems to have at least some dependency on IE, so it's possible other windows live stuff also uses some parts of IE.
Aug 31st 2010 6:32AM Mostly people who have 3 toolbars for each bloatware they've installed over the years, on IE6.
Aug 17th 2010 11:55AM @smover You can build one yourself for that much, with the advantage of being easily expandable in the future. It's well worth the cash if you look at what it offers
Jul 23rd 2010 8:13AM Now here's something useful. Most OEM systems come with something like this, but I've been missing this after reinstalling Windows or with custom rigs
Jul 15th 2010 6:09AM @Xoy Everyone should have at least two, even if the "backup" machine is some kind of Pentium 3 running Windows 2000. It's good enough to google stuff with.Of course, 2.5 computers per capita is always the bets solution
Jul 13th 2010 4:07PM It would depend on the Service Pack. XP SP2 or Vista SP1 are things you want ASAP, but if the main selling point of 7 SP1 is host-based rendering I'll wait for the final build
Jul 12th 2010 8:57AM @spin cycle Unfortunately, that seems to be the trend with desktop graphics these days. Maybe next year we'll see cards that require THREE six-pin connectors...
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