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13th Jan 2014 07:00am
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Goodbye Google Chrome

All good things must come to an end and no more so than Google's web browser, Chrome. Yes, this morning at 6:22am, I decided that I would have to say goodbye to what was once the best web browser without a doubt.

Goodbye Google Chrome

So why did I uninstall it?

Well when I first swapped to using Chrome the main thing that appealed to me was how quickly it loaded, didn't use much RAM and webpages loaded really quickly. Fast forward a few years and after every new release of Chrome, you could tell it was getting to heavy... [read more]

5th Jan 2014 07:55pm
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Sending Tweet... Stuck On Android Solution

If like myself earlier, you try sending a picture along with a tweet using the official Twitter app for Android and it sometimes doesn't send, but also doesn't give you a "Failed to send Tweet" error, you'll be familiar with "Sending Tweet..." being stuck on your dropdown thing.

Sending Tweet... Stuck On Android

Sadly, it doesn't disappear when you stop Twitter's process (in the "Running Services" option in your Settings) and you can't swipe it away (well, depends if your version of Android allows you or not) and this is a problem I have noticed all around the internet on... [read more]

15th Jul 2013 12:16pm
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avast! Will Not Uninstall

avast! FREE ANTIVIRUS

I never have and never will be a fan of anti-virus software (which is usually the cause as to why peoples computers run slow - because it's constantly monitoring every file that gets modified on your computer and with your paging file and other system files being accessed many times a second, it starts to hog your resources by the balls). However once in a blue moon I do like to quickly install an anti-virus piece of software to see if I have fluffed up somewhere, however I haven't... got a good track record when... [read more]

3rd Jun 2013 11:14pm
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YouTube Downloading A Page Called Frame?

YouTube Downloading A Page Called Frame

It seems a few people are experiencing a problem with YouTube, where in either Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox, it seems to keep downloading a file called "frame".

As Google doesn't seem to have sorted this problem - nor from what I can find out about it even addressed it - I have came across a cause and a solution for it. The solution will obviously have to be applied to both web browsers IF you're using both of them.

So, from what I can find out the cause of it is something to do... [read more]

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