scobleizer wrote:Apple now is stuck with Intel too. So, do tell me how Apple is going to get more battery life out of this than we are?
By rapidly fluctuating the intensity of the RDF in an Argon matrix.
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blatzcoder wrote:Why is it that M$ advertising always seems to miss? Either its the dinosaur "upgrade your software so we can make some more $$" type ads or this. It's like the origami site. At first, I said "wtf" and it's the same with this site. It doesn't pique my interest...it makes me think "why bother"?
You'd think they'd make Explorer views simple to implement, I mean, you can emulate all 5 Explorer views (Thumbnails, Large Icons, Small Icons, Details, List) with a little bit of CSS with XML in a few minutes.
I believe he lag is there to give time to people that think you're supposed to double click on links to do so without side effects from the 2nd click.
Why they don't just absorb the 2nd click like IE does I don't know, but it's why I turned off the single click feature for file icons in Windows Explorer within 5 minutes of first excitedly trying it out back in Windows 98. I was quicker with double click than with "single click and wait".
Strangely it doesn't seem to bug me in the task panes of XP, so I leave them on.