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3.1.1 (Apr 17, 2008)
Ok If you this is a great browser, you live in the fantasy world. Its mozilla code turned upside down. Crappy font display...hey Apple ever hear of Cleartype...and I agree its bloatware at its best. Good thing they don't charge for this like their overpriced hardware.
I'll stick to Firefox and FF3 looks like the killer browser we could hope for.
Beta 1 (Oct 4, 2007)
For the naysayers out there, you seem to miss the point that this is a BETA. IBM is looking for feedback, I'm betting anyway, so when a final version does get released it will have an improved loader, uninstaller, import features, etc. So be patient and we very well see a very capable office suite. The UI is much more friendly than 2007. Microsoft could learn a few things here for sure. So let's hope IBM gets this right and we can be happy, overall patience all it could be worth the wait.
12.00.5130 Beta 3 (Sep 21, 2007)
Quote: "tc better? give me one good reason why the tc is better? "
Can you say "same functionality at a better price and free updates"* plus if you look closer at TC its quite customizable to meet your personal needs. Ok so thats two.
SC looks to be quite good, but I'll stay with TC for the price I've already paid and the developers continuing development.
I'll give it a four just because of the price.
*Edit: I noticed TC has been upped in price since I purchased. But the free updates out does a $18 upgrade everytime a major version comes out.
12.00.5130 Beta 3 (Jun 13, 2011 - 11:16 AM)
"Valid point. But the Windows world has dozens of much better solutions. One excellent such solution is Windows Live Mesh which will sync any folder (incl personal music/video/images) across multiple PCs and the cloud (upto 5GB on the cloud)."
But that's the point of ChromeOS and their cloud. You don't have to sync 2 computers. You work on the Chromebook and then you can go to another PC and just log into your google account and grab the files. No sync needed and you know schools won't allow syncing just because of security issues.
12.00.5130 Beta 3 (Jun 6, 2011 - 9:38 PM)
OK by your statement 3-4 years, Apple updates about once every year (small service updates not counted as they don't charge for it), at $30 per update that calculates to $90-$120 versus $129 for upgrade or over $200 for full version. Think about what you are stating before writing.
12.00.5130 Beta 3 (Jan 13, 2011 - 10:30 PM)
"...little developement recently"? Do you follow pc development trends? The new Intel Sandy Core processors are screamers for starters. DDR development is still ongoing. Graphic card companies in fact are using DDR5 ram now. So it will be a matter of time before that hits the PC market.
So 2011 could be a very interesting year in the making. I haven't started on case development and cooling. For the record I stick to my PC for stationary work and my Macbook Pro for mobile work. And, oh I have the B and N Nook, guess what, it works well for mobile web and e-books. ;)