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Unfortunately, you'll have to figure out another way to get your shits and giggles.
When one of those is downloaded, it looks like a lit match with a flame shooting out across the screen.
Do you have any system hacks installed, like Input Managers (mentioned above by others) or Application Enhancers? It seems like Input Managers are causing most of the problems, from what I hear. It's pretty clear there's something in your system not getting along with Safari 4 - if you can figure it out, give Safari another try - it is FAST.
I didn't have the beta, so it's all new to me. I'm glad they don't put the tabs at the top, but it would be okay as an option. The great: It's FAST. On my 1.8GHz iMac G5 with Tiger, it smokes. It's not even in the same area code as Safari 3, Firefox, or anything else I've tried. The good: 1. You don't have to deal with "top sites" - it appears you can ignore it altogether, and never see them, though apparently you can't turn it off totally. 2. You can separate the "add...
With Apple's gross margin being around 36%, that's still a lot of moolah, over $150 million a year.If Dell sold $440 million worth of its low-cost, low-margin computers, its profit would be about $10.
Don't forget that North Carolina gave Dell and (I believe) IBM tax breaks that were north of $200 million or so. I don't know how those deals worked out for the state. I'm curious as to why Apple wouldn't want to go to a colder place for a huge server farm. Google has some in the Pacific Northwest.
How 'bout them Seahawks! Great year they had.
I don't understand this statement - In Tiger's Energy Saver Preference I can set the screen to dim in 10 minutes, and the computer to sleep in 45 minutes. Since I have it set to require a password to wake from sleep, it does exactly what the article says you can't do. Is this different in Leopard?
They're still pretty ugly to me - the color is not great, and I wish they'd go back to angled folders (like Tiger) instead of flat ones (they wouldn't have to be as bright as Tiger folders).
Steve Jobs is a very private person. As in, NOBODY KNOWS how much of a philanthropist he is. As in most things, he's the opposite of Bill Gates, who wants everyone to know exactly how much money he's donating. And there's nothing wrong with either approach. I applaud Gates for his foundation and his philanthropy (though it may be mostly his wife's doing). Except when he donates money for technology to schools, and insists on it being used only for windows...
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