What was that, the first video ever uploaded to the internet?
No wonder your browser is slow with all that shit.
Pretty much every Firefox extension exists for Chrome. uBlock and FlashControl are all I use.
Chrome also supports 50/60 fps playback.
Where was this answer when Microsoft was bundling IE with Windows and Slashdot was foaming for an AT&T style break up?
Better video chat and social media sharing? Just what I'm lacking in a web browser. Ditched the Palemoon build long ago for Chrome and couldn't be happier.
If you can be beaten in your "eSport" by a random 12 year old kid then its not a sport. Oh and show me a game where someone had a million viewers.
There is no such thing as "eSports". Playing games is not a real sport and will never be.
Don't trust the feds one bit. Especially when they say "The pattern of attacks raises serious questions about the glaring vulnerability of critical Internet infrastructure". In other words they want more funding and more control over backbones. These saboteurs will never be caught.
How about the SGI SkyWriter?
Yes. Sounds like a bargain to me.
Oh the pain from your comment...
No its a broken design and it shows from all the feedback Microsoft has received.
Their start screen which uses the whole display is bullshit. I literally had no idea you could swipe and see more icons. Nothing indicates that is even possible. No scroll bars or even arrows to show there might be more in another direction. To access the options for the Metro apps you have to swipe the right side of the screen ONLY WHEN ITS LOADING. Seriously, what the fuck?
You don't "brick" software. You "brick" hardware to the point where it is unresponsive to user input and requires intervention at the firmware level.
Hey janitors that run this site, don't link to Wikipedia or anything to tell us what "force touch" is.