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Chrome OS: a look at Google's almost-ready operating system (Download Squad)

Nov 3rd 2010 9:23PM Awesome!

I want that download manager as part of the normal Chrome Browser.

Half of all companies will continue to use Windows XP after it retires in 2014 (Download Squad)

Nov 1st 2010 9:47PM It won't be "that good' when Microsoft is no longer providing security updates.

Google's Chrome OS may launch on November 11 (Download Squad)

Oct 14th 2010 3:45PM Um, why is the techcrunch link you posted from last year?

Minimalist Facebook extension de-crapifies Facebook's layout (Download Squad)

Aug 18th 2010 6:53PM This reminded me of Facebook Lite, and I was about ready to go check that out again, since it had been awhile, only to find out it's gone! Oh well, at least there's always scripts like this one.

Spotify streaming music app arrives on Linux, but still not in US (Download Squad)

Jul 12th 2010 6:18PM I long for the day when it's available in the US, but I guess I can wait, considering all the other countries are always locked out of stuff that we get here in the US (Netflix, Hulu, etc).

I suppose we'll have to let you guys have something first, for once :P

Facebook's American growth almost completely halts, primary demographic actually starts leaving (Download Squad)

Jul 7th 2010 8:56AM The 18-44 demographic leaving is interesting, but the overall lack of growth isn't surprising at all. I feel like Facebook has reached saturation. Probably just about everyone who is going to join, has by now. I know lots of people on there who I wouldn't think of as tech savvy, but there they are, logging into Facebook every day now, posting an update, or *shudder* playing crazy games like Farmville or whatever.

Mozilla releases interactive Firefox heat map illustrating just how often we hit the back button (Download Squad)

Jul 2nd 2010 6:47PM So, does Test Pilot monitor the keyboard as well? The copying and pasting is one thing, but I'm also wondering if there'd be a big change with the new tab button as well. On both firefox and chrome, I rarely use a button to open a new tab. Ctrl + T is so much easier, IMO.

What menu items get clicked in Firefox? Copy, paste, and bookmarks. (Download Squad)

Mar 31st 2010 12:57PM What about the tools menu? I use that a bunch in Firefox, mostly for options and addons.