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8.4.0 (Feb 27, 2012)
since the last 2 or so versions of K-Lite, playing RMVB has been glitchy if you click to fast forward or to fast backward. The graphics will sometimes freeze up, and/or the audio will either be just static or no sound at all.
8.1.5 Build 2012-01-10 (Jan 10, 2012)
thanks. I can indeed confirm the newest update fixes it.
8.1.4 Build 2012-01-09 (Jan 9, 2012)
this update will make some of my flv files crash. reverting it back to 8.1.0 resolved it. first time this happened to me for k-lite.
5.0.307.1 Beta (Feb 1, 2010)
meh..had high hopes for Chrome, but they keep adding new stuff they think that they want, instead of looking at the biggest user complaints and requests and fixing those.
Starting to not pay attention to it anymore. I guess still Firefox (at work) and Maxthon (at home) for me for the forseeable future.
4.0.295.0 Beta (Jan 15, 2010)
Google has come a long way ever since it started supporting extensions.
I would give it a 5 star rating AND use it as my primary browser were it not for the fact that for "security purposes", they disable extensions on blank tabs, a lot of https pages, and other pages that I can't remember off the top of my head. That alone makes me go back to Maxthon and Firefox, since if I can't use an extension consistently across all web pages, I'm not going to use it at all.
4.0.295.0 Beta (Aug 1, 2011 - 1:56 PM)
iPhone crushing the society with its mass base of retarded cult-like followers
4.0.295.0 Beta (Jun 6, 2011 - 3:36 PM)
what do you mean "copy"? Apple INVENTED EVERYTHING! /sarcasm
4.0.295.0 Beta (May 18, 2011 - 4:00 PM)
knowing Apple, they'll probably try to blame it on your electrical outlet
(this took less than 10 sec after posting to get thumbs down from an Apple fan)
4.0.295.0 Beta (May 11, 2011 - 6:51 PM)
i fully agree with you. I was like "WTF?" when they opened it up to everyone and their dog (yes, it's true) to have a facebook account.
4.0.295.0 Beta (Mar 23, 2011 - 12:00 PM)
rjparker1, the title is "Firefox 4 takes back the web from IE9", which is flat out not true unless you are comparing it on systems where you can ACTUALLY get IE9. Of course, IE9 taking the web in the first place isn't true either, since you would need to look at absolute numbers (platform independent) in this case.
The first sentence in the article pretty much proves that Joe is manipulating numbers. "Suddenly Internet Explorer 9's 2.35 million downloads in 24 hours doesn't look so impressive". 2.35 million downloads out of how many Vista/Win 7 users? That's like saying the localized release of 3DS selling numbers on first day isn't impressive compared to a worldwide release of some other handheld console when it comes out. You can only have a valid comparison IF all other conditions stay the same.