Wow, did this seriously happen? SMH
Up-mod for Armageddon reference had I the points!!
But, agreed, I could definitely devote a career and life's work to studying space, astrophysics and cosmology more precisely, heh.
I'm simply waiting for extension support, and I'll be using Vivaldi (weekly-snapshot or otherwise) full-time! Was so happy to have run across it on the ChrOpera forums. Rejoice! For pre-chromium Opera lives on in spirit!
Agreed. It'll be interesting to try it out once it's stable enough. Totally not wanting a redo of the nightmare that happened at the beginning of KDE4
Agreed, still in love with and using KDE4 Oxygen atm, heh.
Thank you so much for piquing my interest in Kerbal! So buying this game!
Weird...really odd. I had the exact opposite experience. Arch has been super stable for me when Fedora was garbage, Manjaro and Antergos wouldn't install and Ubuntu was too resource heavy. Glad you found something that works for you though.
Exactly, I've had a similar experience, on more than a couple different laptops. My current laptop is about a year in...never have I had Arch itself take a dump on me. Stupid stuff I did caused issues, but not because of a simple update...odd that OP's comment was up-voted so much.
I never noticed...uBlock must do it's job VERY well.
This...this is amazing!
This post...is so awesome.
Was just going to post this. It's so annoying that they're hidden by default. Like, why? How does it help even the no-savvy user?
Yes, something that I do. Found it funny that the title is "Too much exercise...", then goes on to cite a study about pretty specific types of JOGGING. Sensationalism?
Yeahhh, I've been using this for a few months now, just as good as ABP as far as blocking ads. Can't speak much to the performance differences as they've been negligible on my "beefy" hardware, but the lack of special whitelists for ad makers is a huge plus.
Even more specifically, Presto needs to be open sourced!
Yes, they're referring to the layout engines (Webkit and Blink); that's the partiality of each respective browser in regards to 'open source'