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Monitor(s) Displays Asus 27" LED LCD/VE278Q Screen Resolution 1920-1080 or 1280-720 HDMI Keyboard Das 4 Professional Mouse Logitech M705 PSU Corsair AX-860i Platinum Case Phanteks Enthoo Primo/4 case 140mm fans Cooling Right, tabs on top might confuse some users ("Breaks Consistency/Familiarity - Moving things confuses existing users."). Just click on a picture and then try to figure out how to close it! Like when I search google, I control-click on every link on like the first 2 pages of results and let them all open in tabs, then go through the tabs to Check This Out

And if in FF4 the statusbar will be removed, the target uri of links will be shown in the location bar. Aside from the speed and security, this is the key feature that draws people to Firefox. It seems like it is just another piece of eye-candy. Anyway, if you don't know how I can fix this explorer problem I'll just persevere with things and eventually reinstall everything, that's what the reinstallation disks are for.

If you're not satisfied...try a Mac. Our Window's productivity takes place on...believe it or not, a 2010 MacPro with it's own 'partition', which is actually one of four HDDs in the rig itself. Jen Roan Says: August 5th, 2013 at 4:12 pm My windows 8 laptop won't let me pin to start menu, I follow the instructions and right click from the all apps

Got it? It will certainly look appealing to regular Firefox users. long and incomplete boot Current Temperatures New quiet and cool system? When I open IE, the location of the links toolbar appears as per the initial defualt settings (whereas I always prefer to have the links toolbar just below the menu bar).

Riddance. Left part can be long enough to show page title. Where are the Win rigs with Intel's new iGPUs? One of Microsoft's worst screw-ups in history (along side of selling a product they didn't own, forcing IE onto everyone, etc.) was making Windows 8 have a touch screen interface for

With tabs on top, you have a merged tab/address bar so that it cuts down on space used by the browser, which is great for space. Bring it to the shop or ship it to Apple. Microsoft hopes that with the name change, fresh design, smarter features and improved performance, Edge will be enough to convince people to set aside whatever negative impressions they may have had I tried a while back to get to the bottom of some malware that keeps duplicating files in some internet explorer folder but failed after trying everything, or nearly everything up

Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums--revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended. I think that one of Firefox's strengths is its ability to be customized/configured to each persons taste. Now they want me to upgrade for their free windows 10 which is not a OS at all but more like malware for microsoft. Internet Explorer acting funny - placement of "Links" toolbar This is a discussion on Internet Explorer acting funny - placement of "Links" toolbar within the Internet Explorer & Edge Forum forums,

It's a baby. Good. No bloat, just incredibly productive software. If not, tabs on top all the way!!!

Reply With Quote 10-10-2007,08:32 AM #2 ua549 View Profile View Forum Posts Great White Shark Join Date Nov 2000 Posts 21,595 After setting up the tool bars the way you want, My System Specs System Manufacturer/Model Number SONY VAIO PCG-81312M OS Windows 7 Home Premium 64 CPU Intel Core i7-2630QM Memory 4GB Graphics Card NVidia GeForce with Cuda Hard Drives Hitachi 500GB Other weird things that have been happening is when I click on the sound icon to change the volume with my mouse it disappears and i have to drag it back I'm currently invested in developing a full web based iOS app, using iScroll as the core scrolling handler.

Add-ons similar in function to this will have to change their interface. My worst mistake was login setting up a MS ID- mispelling my own email for the id which set up verifying and login problems that ONLY could be corrected by resetting It has a few images of titlebar misuse.

Maybe consider sniffing user-agent strings for capable in order to optimize the layout without breaking the experience in other browsers.

Drag n drop between WinXP, 7, Vista, 8.1, Ubuntu...doesn't matter! Help? :( shed Says: June 13th, 2013 at 8:38 am If you are old school, and you need the start button, all programs, simply download classic 8 and install. Also, notice that the bookmarks button from A version is missing in B version. --Ponzonik 23:55, 27 July 2009 (UTC) How about address-bar-on-top? It just gets in the way of what I'm trying to get done.

Otherwise, it's invisible. @namespace url(; #PersonalToolbar { visibility: collapse !important; } .toolbox-top:hover > #PersonalToolbar { visibility: visible!important; } —joezim007 23:07, 29 June 2010 (UTC) At first I thought that the collapsed Mobile CSS Fixed Positioning Support Mobile Safari - iOS5 and after has strong support for fixed positioning. If you're unfamiliar Google Terminal. In this way I would get rid of the title bar and optimize at maximum the space and still maintain Firefox feeling.--Andygongea 12:59, 28 July 2009 (UTC) >>> Pixelwiz 9:07 A.M.

how do I get it back to what it was before? I am VERY focused on ergonomic design and tabs relate highly to the content. To get back where they came from, users will have to switch back to the Bing app. I clicked it by mistake.

It's really strange and it's the first time I'm encountering this problem. Kept laughing in '08 when Google dropped Android in our laps.


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