I prefer the original revision though, gives more freedom to the licensee.
How recently? Have you seen how much the just release 7.0 cuts memory usage 10-30% overall and in some cases up-to 50%? Right now I have palemoon 6.0 and FF7 open at the same time my memory usage is as follows Palemoon with one tab - 160 MB - 1 tab running idle for 20 mins (classic Google homepage) Firefox 7 with 6 tabs open to multiple sites running for about 30 mins - 190 MB and closing tabs will now free MORE memory.
They also do this with the WNR3500L, which surprised me also considering that this is available at your consumer grade hardware sellers.
A retail grocer, for example, must have a stock of groceries and other merchandise to sell to customers. The grocer must also have wrapping supplies and store equipment to serve customers properly and efficiently. Besides these, a supply of cash must be on hand for making change and paying expenses. This property is called the assets of the business. A business owner often obtains some of these assets by purchasing them on credit and promising to pay for them at some future date. The persons to whom these debts are owed are called the creditors of the business. They have claims against the assets until the debts are paid. The creditors’ claims are called liabilities of the business. If the assets are owned free of debt, the proprietor may claim their entire value. If there are liabilities, the proprietor can claim only the value that remains after deducting the liabilities from the as- sets. This claim against the assets is called a proprietorship or capital.
My favorite codec (for my psp) 64kbps ATRACplus3 MP3 128kps
sv_libertarian writes 'A panicked person in Kirkland, WA called local police on Wednesday, claiming they saw someone walking down the street with an AK-47. It was actually a Bungie employee carrying an overgrown model of a Halo sniper rifle, which resembles an AK-47 as much as a Volkswagen resembles a Formula 1 racer.' Halo 3: ODST is set to launch on September 22nd, and fans got some new details and early looks at the game during PAX.
Dan Jones writes "As the Linux community looks forward to another kernel release, the kernel hackers have been working on improving the memory management so that the X desktop responsiveness is doubled under high memory pressure. The result is an improved desktop experience. Benchmarks on memory-tight desktops show clock time and major faults reduced by 50 per cent, and pswpin numbers (memory reads from disk) are reduced to about one-third. Another improvement coming with 2.6.31 is kernel mode-setting support for ATI Radeon graphics cards, enabling faster user switching and a more seamless startup experience. Peripheral developments that will also improve the Linux desktop experience include support for the new USB 3.0 specification and a new Firewire stack. Even minor Linux releases have heaps of new features these days!"
Upgrading Ubuntu from 8.04 to 9.04 is like Windows Vista to 7 except its free! Take that Mac and Windows!
This is how we fix things.... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OIh78GiTqrE