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Feb 10th 2011 4:44PM Well, no spell check again. Guess this would hurt Office in some way? Just ran Futuremark on both this and Chrome on my machine. IE9 shows as IE7 scores 3092 pts, Chrome ver 9.0.597.4 scores 8742. html5test.com IE9 gets 116 vs Chrome 242.
May 20th 2010 2:13PM Um, Hulu is on that list, did Google make a deal with them???
May 19th 2010 3:17PM I agree, Windows Commander now Total Commander is the best by far. I cannot believe how many more clicks and windows it takes to do things without it. I've been using it from windows 95, and I still have my original floppy install disk, with all of the strange postage. People do not realize everything it can do until I show them by searching for a filetype, then sorting them all "wherever they may be" into multiple directories, then archiving and checking them, all with a few clicks. The ability to put your own commands in there is something that any admin or programmer should at least try.