How about using less invasive adds, don't auto play video and audio, pop-ups, stealth malware installers, don't let the meat upwards of half of the sites interface, etc. ; that would be a great start .
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Yes please, there is so little on theses days that i miss the content that SCI-FI used to have (thats right i intentionally spelled it that way) before the dumbing down of the programs. Just like when G4 bought TechTV. Seems that theses days everything is pointed at the lowest common denominator. I would gladly py a couple extra dollars a month if it meat having some thing decent to watch again. Sigh......
I had to revert back to 195.62 driver because the 196.21 was causing my system to randomly lock up, even more so when i was playing games such as Star Trek Online. Boy am I Glad I didn't see the newer one. I will tell you this however, these last to driver revs from Nvidia are sure starting to make look more closely at ATI again.