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Discussion in 'General Technical Discussion' started by Ruff Draft, Sep 2, 2008.
So far I really like it. Faster than Firefox on my PC.
How does it render images Matthew? I find significantly poorer image quality with Firefox vs IE...
I liked what I saw and will certainly give it a try. Thanks.
I haven't seen any problems at all. The first thing I did was surf flickr for any problems.
You should look into one of the color space add-ons for Firefox. They work!
I've been using it a bit today - doesn't seem much faster so far, but plugins work nicely.
Google really is going to take over the world one day. I just hope it's after I get my degree and start working for them.
Take a look at this thread: https://www.nikoncafe.com/vforums/showthread.php?t=186730
No need for an add-in. Just need to 'enable' color management in Firefox 3:
As if their toolbar wasn't enough, now they want you to install a browser so they can keep track of every site you go to, what you do there, what links you click on, how long you are on it, and how much money you spent?
Nah, another time, thanks!
Pete I agree with you completely
Never though of it like this, but your probally right.
Maybe their name should have been GoogleSoft or MicroOogle? LOL.
I thought it seemed faster than FF and IE. I will use occasionally use it but for now I will stay with FF and wait for it to mature a little bit more.
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