this is a surprise. i feel weird running this on my machine. where am i?
i am interested to see the collections tool - but it's not in the mac stuff yet.
talking about old internets in the brexit thread, and i was remembering the IE for mac 'e' ticker/spinner thing while waiting for web pages to load over my 56k modem...
only acceptable microsoft products are outlook and excel. everything else is straight up trash.
outlook is shite, mate.
the damn app installs a daemon and constantly checks if it should update itself even when the app is not launched.
Same as Chrome. Canary doesn't however...
yeah, i've had that disabled for years now.
I'd only got Safari and Firefox installed but saw this...
Installed and tried it a couple of times now and seems quick, quicker than Safari.
Not a bad interface too, for MS. Though I notice (unless I'm missing something) you can only get Bing results searching in the address bar (atm)...
it's an early beta still. there needs to be more competitors to chrome. i think ms is now a fundamentally different company than the days when they told netscape that they owned the internet.
why can't apple get off their ass with safari - it's so frustrating.
Yes, I was only thinking before that MS might even be more trustworthy with our data (though I'm not sure if they too sell search data?) than Google.
Does anyone use Opera nowadays (here I mean)!?
opera was purchased recently by a chinese company.
Oh, I didn't know that. I can't imagine that's a good thing.