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Google is taking over the world.

 

Chrome just feels faster too. Loading sites, scrolling down pages, it all just has a better feel. I basically just need to learn how to customize it and tweak it to my liking (if possible). I'm still getting used to the placement of toolbars and things (I had modified Firefox to be more old school, don't know how to do that with Chrome yet). Also, there are security measures like AdBlock and NoScript for Firefox that I don't have on Chrome (not even sure if I need the latter, but ads were a rude awakening - forgot they existed lol).

 

Now that I think about there quite a few extensions I'll need to try to add to Chrome. One is FlashGet, which lets you download flash video embedded in sites. Because I'm on fairly slow DSL internet, I can't really stream anything, so if I want to watch video from the web I have to be able to download it first.

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I think this one doesn'ty need any explanations :)And I use it not because I'm greedy but because sometimes it's the last resort when I'm trying to find certain software or media content.

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Program title : Medieval CUE Splitter

Area of application : Music Decoder for PC

Recommended because: Turns CD Audio or single audio files into track separation or FLAC for PC use and preservation of the CD/Audio

Download from: http://www.medieval.it/cuesplitter-pc/menu-id-71.html 

Cost: Freeware

Known drawbacks / limitation: N/A

 

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Here's a freeware program that I recommend which optimizes PCs and keeps them clean and fast; it is safe for SETA as well as Solid State Drives. Pick it up in the following link, it's called Diskmax. Because it cleans out Windows Temp files, Sacred 2 will require three attempts before launching after using DiskMax.

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Don't laugh: most used last weeks was a self written one. We adapted a blue tooth interface for an ancient knitting machine and did a GUI for it using  python for designing clothes. Computer classes at school for our third needed a project ;)

Funny that people ask where the pullovers were bought...

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if I say I downloaded Itunes... will people here throw stuff at me

:tomato:

gogo

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1 hour ago, gogoblender said:

if I say I downloaded Itunes... will people here throw stuff at me

:tomato:

gogo

*throws a pair of high-quality earbuds*

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2 hours ago, gogoblender said:

if I say I downloaded Itunes... will people here throw stuff at me

:tomato:

gogo

Throws a huge amplifier at you! :4rofl:

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