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Comment: Re:Interconnected services (Score 2, Informative) 449

by Sanga (#15632110) Attached to: Google Launches PayPal Rival
Okay let us create an account B for GBuy; account M for GMail; account T for gtalk; O for orkut. That should work and be compartmentalised. Right?

No. Now OP receives GBuy email in B -- and has to login as B to see what is going on. Wants to hang out on orkut -- logout and login again.

Either do a lot of cookie-editor plugin dancing or just stick to having one GCompartment for all!!

Tom's Hardware Looks at Microsoft Vista Beta 338

Posted by timothy
from the no-not-the-vista dept.
RockClimbingFool writes "Tom's Hardware has a pretty good overview of what the current beta version of Microsoft Windows Vista has to offer. The article is written from an average user's perspective, specifically highlighting exactly which differences the average computer user can expect to see from Windows XP to Windows Vista. It covers everything from IE7, to the new Windows Aero interface, to brand new games." But if you'd like your eye candy open source and downloadable now, check out Lunapark6's review of the current version of Ubuntu Dapper, with "emphasis placed on helping someone set up the system for everyday desktop usage."
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Journal: PIOs in slashland

Journal by Sanga

Mostly a lurker in slashdot, I have taken up befriending "Persons of Indian origin".

To what greater end, I do not know. This is done as an effort to see who is out there.

Comments are enabled, please feel free to introduce yourselves and indicate others that I have missed.

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