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Comment added by lyko on March 03, 2011 01:39 PST(5 years ago):
awesome! this exactly answered my issue. thanks!

Comment added by Cirque Du Soleil Ovo Chicago on March 03, 2011 02:38 PST(5 years ago):
A bookmarklet is an applet, a small computer application, stored as the URL of a bookmark in a web browser or as a hyperlink on a web page. The term is a portmanteau of the terms bookmark and applet. Whether bookmarklet utilities are stored as bookmarks or hyperlinks, they are designed to add one-click functionality to a browser or web page. When clicked, a bookmarklet performs some function, one of a wide variety such as a search query or data extraction. Usually the applet is a JavaScript program.Thanks for this post.

Comment added by detox diet on March 03, 2011 05:27 PST(5 years ago):
Google chorome is most fast browser than any browser.

Comment added by detox diet on March 03, 2011 07:59 PST(5 years ago):
It was such a pain to fix all the problems.

Comment added by rudraksha on March 05, 2011 03:16 PST(5 years ago):
The export feature is very nice and usable. good chrome.

Comment added by Free Traffic Mogul on March 06, 2011 14:32 PST(5 years ago):
I love to use Google Chrome and wait for long time for its plugin. Thanks a lot to share these helpful plugins with us.

Comment added by ulises on March 07, 2011 09:37 PST(5 years ago):
i really love google chrome.

Comment added by hadinata tjaw on March 09, 2011 06:48 PST(5 years ago):
hadinata tjaw . nice game

Comment added by Andrew on March 10, 2011 07:54 PST(5 years ago):
The uninstaller didn't work here, even after uninstalling Chrome AND running the uninstaller you liked to.

After re-installing Chrome, flash player was still there.

Comment added by Samudra Nanyasi on March 11, 2011 02:51 PST(5 years ago):

This is the first site I got the download of Google Chrome OS. I am downloading it & I will share my experience about it soon.

Thank you

Samudra Nanyasi

Comment added by jyothi on March 13, 2011 01:33 PST(5 years ago):
thankyou james&elaine....... its working.....

Comment added by luis on March 13, 2011 13:29 PDT(5 years ago):
hey it wasnt working for me either so i looked at comment #208 and it worked

Comment added by Deepak on March 14, 2011 14:08 PDT(5 years ago):
finally i got it Google OS, thanks.

Google = simple & secure way.

Comment added by rosetta stone sale on March 16, 2011 02:07 PDT(5 years ago):
it's an extension for Firefox, Thunderbird, and several other applications with the primary goal of removing advertisements.

Comment added by Vibram Five Fingers KSO on March 16, 2011 02:07 PDT(5 years ago):
it's an extension for Firefox, Thunderbird, and several other applications with the primary goal of removing advertisements.

Comment added by Dr Dre Beats Ferrari on March 16, 2011 02:09 PDT(5 years ago):
you wouldn't leave the door to your home unlocked because it is too much of a hassle to unlock it before you open the door, would you? A weak password is the same thing.

Comment added by PsyFox on March 18, 2011 00:51 PDT(5 years ago):
Thanks James&Elaine. Great way to get the original

Comment added by Nick (Doccus) Ettema on March 19, 2011 15:26 PDT(5 years ago):
I'm looking forward to it too.. i wonder how many people even realize how
HUGE this really is.. there's only a few major milestones over tthe short history of the PC.. let's see.. you've got the first personal computers (Apple wins that round!) the release and widespread adoption of windows (i'm not sure which of the two, w31 or w95 was the milestone, however)..
The day that Tim Berners-Lee switched on the world wide web..
and the day that the PC as we know it became obsolete.. which would be... right about now!
I'm not sure whether the complete 'thin client' approach of ChromeOS, or the iPad approach, where the apps are stored on the device but re-downloadable whenever needed,.. will win out.. but...
I AM sure that within a few years there's going to be web based OS's from every major player..
M$ must *surely* be paying CLOSE attention, as this was the total focus of their attempts in 1998 with the 'active desktop' and 'Internet Explorer' and 'Explorer' being (ideally) one and the same.. they were trying to have more and more of the apps everyone would use online at a central server, and less local apps...
There is just Soo much positive that can be said about this (chromeOS's) approach.. no need anymore for slow resource hogging SV's .. you might still need one for real-time detection, but no more massive hard drive indexing and scanning..
I'm not entirely sure what percentage of the app (say a text editig app) runs under the memory of the local computer, but essentially.. the responsibility for running the app would fall to the remote computer (correct me if i'm wrong)..
Floods? Fire? nah.. you might lose your house but not your ripped video collection..
... Now there's two sides to everything, though...Which brings me to a final question..
Who supplies the storage medium if all your stuff is out in the virtual etherkingdom.. and..
What happens if you don't pay.. or if they wanna 'Get' you..
OK so that's two questions ;-)

Doccus Rockus Maximus

Comment added by magrelo on March 19, 2011 19:15 PDT(5 years ago):
Quando estou dando o boot o sistema solicita a senha e password linux,alguuém pode me ajudar?

Comment added by magrelo on March 19, 2011 19:16 PDT(5 years ago):
quando dou boot o sistemapede senha linux,alguém pode me ajudar?

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