Member since: Apr 21st, 2007
Feb 23rd 2011 4:33PM Yea I had several updates along with SP1 to install. So i did them first, rebooted and then did SP1 and everything was fine.. This was on two PCs..
Nov 17th 2010 1:35AM We wait this long and they purposely exclude iPod Touch users? Its obviously been proven you don't need a phone to use GV.. Who's to blame, Apple or Google? sighhh
Nov 17th 2010 1:33AM We wait this long and they purposely exclude iPod Touch users? Its obviously been proven you don't need a phone to use GV.. Who's to blame, Apple or Google? sighhh
Sep 5th 2010 12:26AM I never seemed to have a problem getting it to stop opening on startup. Its just an option inside the actual Eraser client..
Aug 23rd 2010 10:25PM The LastPass bug that keeps it from logging in or reports a bad password has already been fixed. It just hasn't worked its way to a stable version yet. Its definitely in the nightly's and its definitely in the newest Canary build. You just have to wait for it to filter down into a beta build if its not there already and you use them or wait for a stable release. If you look at the version number the bug showed up at 495 and was fixed by 498. But I dont know how the stable release version numbers work.Thats all I know..
Feb 8th 2010 9:50AM The fact of the matter is... You can't just ditch Flash, at least not a member of hulu or any other video site and want to stay one.
Nov 19th 2009 8:28AM Well considering IE9 will be the only browser to have hardware accelerated rendering.. I think IE9 will beable to compete just fine especially since the speed of IE9's JS engine with only 3 weeks of work on it is in line with Firefox 3.6beta. Couple that with the HTML5 and CSS3 additions. IE9 will be a competitor again..
Nov 8th 2009 12:13AM Well I was just late in posting the comment. I typed it up a few hours ago. So apparently someone else said the exact thing I did already. The reason why no one knows what WLM is, is because no one actually calls it WLM, they still call it MSN. Also I was mainly talking about the title of the article.. As I said, they learned the name of MSN because it was called MSN. If MS would stop letting people use the actual MSN messenger. The name would disappear.
Nov 7th 2009 11:54PM There hasn't been a new version of MSN Messenger released since Aug 2005. Everyone learned that MSN was MSN so they can learn that WLM is WLM. Microsoft needs to stop letting MSN Messenger connect to the network like Yahoo did. Yahoo recently cut off access to the network from v7.5 or older, users of Windows older than XP will just have to live with it or use Windows Messenger. Then maybe the name MSN Messenger will finally die off. I'm not trying troll here, I just think WLM deserves to be called what it really is and has been for 4 years now.
Oct 21st 2009 2:30PM It actually took Adobe longer than I thought it would to knock off Microsoft Expression Web's SuperPreview and Im glad to see they half assed it by making it out of flash and not a full fledged app.
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