I tried dl'ing this earlier but it was being a PITA and I had to go to work... so i'll give it a try later. :-P
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Oh just release it already will ya! If it is not going to be any major jump, but just an update like everything else they do then would it really matter! The only reason people are waiting for these new builds is in hopes that it will fix the issues that are buggin them!
I am currently using the SP1 evaluation Build 7601, and I dont really see any difference. My autoplay still does now like to have anything pluged in permenantly. Still everytime I start the computer, every user sees the WD external and tries to autoplay it and wont auto index it. Then it doesnt auto recognize the WiMAX until you have to open it. And their cool new DVD Maker still destroys the aspect ratio after a certain period when making DVD's.
If they really wanted to do something for thier customers then come out with a SSD toolbox, and make everything else work.... You Tools!:P
I haven't used IE for a few years and don't plan to anytime soon.
Yawn. I don't see any reason to give-up my Chrome.
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Ok Hot Hardware guys, I have downloaded this . And since then I am able to reply on the main page under the comments tab.
Yet, when I try and reply in the text editor it will not allow me to type text in the text box? I can select evrything else on the page, but it wont let me enter the text protion of the page?
I am pointing it to something dumb in the new IE9 interface. Any ideas?
Now I can say You SHOULD RUN AWAY!!!!
The only thing different is a dorky new GUI, and it actually makes it more annoying that the search bar is integrated into the address bar!
After trying the Betas of IE9 and SP1, I now know that they are solely designed to give someone else full control of your computer! the only thing I saw it do was collect information and make things stop working!
It is bad enough that companies have nothing better to develop than new ways to control what has already been developed. Now they are trying to get everyone to have everything from the TV to the microwave constantly connected to the Internet so they can monitor exactly what they want to. Then they are trying to get everyone to actually pay for online automatic backup websites. I mean seriously if you actually pay for a service to take all your computers info, banking numbers and stock portfolios, then you can never complain when all that stuff goes missing! Pretty soon they will have your toilet hooked up to an ISP so they can secretly monitor your stool to make sure you are eating right!
Now that I have removed both, everything is working better!
With Windows 7 style features it won't be coming to XP, thats OK though.
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