what program d you use for that? it seems like it'd be useful
The "system monitor" built into Ubuntu, unfortunately.
Although I haven't tried it, this looks like it provides a distantly-similar thing in Windows:
GOOGLE CHROME! GOOGLE CHROME! NOTHING BEATS LIKE GOOGLE CHROME!
Though I did get 2 blue screens of death from Chrome once… -_-" **sigh**…
What browser did you use Locu? Firefox? 'Cause Dot.tech is loading real fast for me… by using GOOGLE CHROME!
Chrome isn't that bad, it's pretty fast anyways and security is not bad. :) Besides… I learned that Firefox was loosing its speed due to some unknown reason.
I like the seahorse picture. lol
BTW, dotTech loads faster with gears enabled (I just found out about that).
Although, technically, gears doesn't make it load it faster because it saves the pictures and stuff on your computer, but it does spend less time loading.
Actually the way that web browsers work they store the pictures on your computer. Until, of course, you close the browser. That's where Gears comes in: it saves the pictures (and scripts and CSS) over sessions.
What is this gears exactly? i use the same method for saving flash videos, i pinch it out of the cache before it disappears.
so, if i visit somewhere like facebook, and a friend has changed their picture, will this detect it and update the image?
No, Google Gears is:
Gears, formerly Google Gears,
is software offered by Google that "enables more powerful web applications,
by adding new features to your web browser."
Released under the BSD license,
Gears is free and open source software.
I have also experienced Dot.Tech loading faster than before.
It's almost like Dot.Tech updgraded itself with a Locutus said:
I used Firefox yes, but here's the thing:
This is about the server download speed, which has nothing to do with the browser it's in. So argument nulled.
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