Member since: Nov 5th, 2009
Jan 24th 2011 7:40PM Couldnt you just block third party cookies?
Nov 15th 2010 8:59AM I've already been sandboxing plugins in Chrome using the "--safe-plugins" switch. I wonder if this new method will provide any benefit.
Nov 10th 2010 7:08PM I've been doing this since I got an SSD to reduce small writes. You can also set your Windows temp folders to the RAMdisk as well. This will help speed up your program installation times. Dataram ramdisk can save the image every time you shutdown your system but depending on the size of the RAMdisk you create, this can prolong your shutdown times quite a bit. Since most of you use this for cache purposes, you probably don't need to save it.
Oct 13th 2010 8:57AM Accelerated 2D canvas is just one facet of GPU acceleration. I suppose most of it just isn't ready yet.2D Canvas, for example, does nothing but crash here on Canary and Chromium builds since the switch was made available. At least on my system it does.
Oct 12th 2010 6:50PM 8.0.552.0 Canary here and no AppsAccelerated 2D Canvas is available via about:labs now though. Still crashes here unfortunately.
Sep 16th 2010 6:42PM I get the blue sad face crash screen a lot with the --enable-accelerated-2d-canvas switch a lot in both Canary and Chrome. I don't know about anyone else
Sep 11th 2010 9:00AM It's based on MPC-HC afaik.I gave this a try and don't like the fact you can't configure filters and renderers. I couldn't find a way to do it. There are very few options.The interface is nice at least.
Sep 10th 2010 2:34PM I'll give SPlayer a try. I've been using Daum PotPlayer. It's not what it sounds like. It's developed by the same guy who coded KMPlayer before he sold it. You can find an English translated build off doom9.And i wouldn't worry about whether the players have built in hard decoding and such. You're typically better off going with ffdshow tryouts or other filters anyway
Sep 3rd 2010 10:13AM That would be the Chromium build icon
Aug 9th 2010 8:57AM @ChrisChrome doesn't bring up UAC because it installs itself into user space (i.e C:\Users\xxx]Appdata) whereas Firefox installs into C:\Program Files.
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