...with a proxy run on some other place, like people do to get access to US only content and such. But that is generally a hassle.
Know as in know if there are too many new game problems, like the activation problems, crashes, DRM issues and whatever.
I personally wait until the game has been on the market for a while until buying them, that way I have a better understanding of what I am buying. (and often they also have come down in price as a bonus)
if you had read the original text including "and the second is that 64-bit Firefox is finally coming to Windows" you might have gotten the context.
Firefox is not available on Windows as 64 bit except as nighty build of questionable stability. Waterfox is a stable 64bit Firefox based browser for Windows.
Bookmarks are just such a clumsy interface overall and in many cases cause multiple extra actions to get to the thing you need like logins or such. A lot of websites are programmed by idiots.
It depends a lot on how you use things. If you just open one tab and browse in it, then Firefox is likely to use more memory.
But as you open more and more tabs the overhead of the extra processes in chrome make it use way more memory fast.
I use all the google services on chrome and everything else in waterfox as google is just so bad at programming that their products are just too annoying to use on other things.
Well, I currently have 11 windows open with a total of about 230 tabs, Firefox was fine until it went over 3 gigs and then it just stopped, with every action taking 30+ seconds to do.
Waterfox runs fine now at about 4.5 gigs total memory use.
It is too bad that chrome is unusable due to the multi process architecture causing so much overhead.
I tried opening all the windows and tabs I have open in waterfox at 4.5 gigs used memory for fun in chrome and had to stop when the total memory use went over 50 gigs as everything was kind of slow at that point...
So I am hoping that same problem will not happen in firefox 64 bit when it comes out.
Yes, it is too bad that developers often want to do new shiny things instead of usable things.
Waterfox 64 bit seems to work fine, have been using it for a while now as Firefox memory limits were just too annoying.
It really depends on who you target your product to if public bug database is a good or bad thing.
If you target people like developers they are more likely to view a public list as a very good thing and you will likely get more positive reaction than if you do not have such. If you target other types of people, then indeed public bug list will scare away potential customers way too often due to lack of understanding to be a good thing.
As you are in ERP I would say hide it is more likely harmful than beneficial. So, yes I would say make it nonpublic in general.
But as it is a good thing to help developers I would keep it visible to resellers and to any customer who wants to see it (maybe make a simple customer portal where they can log in and access it)
Very true. Most of the new high level content is kind of "bleh" and there is no end game in DDO currently.
But most of the earlier, lower level adventures are a blast of fun. Also there is some hope, as the newest update had a high level quest "Study in Sable" that is definitely a classic D&D adventure.
The character customization options in terms of the different builds are amazing. (13 classes, where you can mix and match up to 3 of them, 8+4 races with racial abilities, 21 skills, 2-4 enchantment trees/class+1/race, dozens and dozens of feats to chose from..)
To add to the fun they have a Reincarnation system where you can after running through the fun parts of the game (reaching level 20), you can "Recycle" your character and start again at level 1, with (slightly) more power. And for those of us who are addicted, that process can be repeated again and again, each time gaining bit more power.
The growing number of places you need a password on just to access some content is a sure cause for increased password reuse.
Humans are simply not suited to remembering random enough password to cover all the sites on internet.
The save password option on the browser might help...
but more and more sites use the "no not save passwords" option.. forcing people back to reusing passwords.
Well, personally I just use fairly random passwords and "rememberpass" extension on firefox to force saving password even when the site does not want you to do that.. as the lesser of the evils.
If corporations want the rights, they should also have the responsibilities.
So if an employee is killed through negligence for example the corporation would have everything they own held (as in all factories stopped from producing and such) for the duration of the prison sentence that a natural person would get for the same thing....
The same thing for any other crime that a corporation does. If they do not want that then they should not have the rights either.
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