Flip through the News with Google’s Fast Flip 0 GoogleLabs has a cool interface called fastflip that allows you to see articles pulled into your browser quickly. Allowing you to hit the left or right arrow keys on your keyboard, you can flip through the articles as though you were reading a newspaper. Give it a try (you simply pick your topic area and double click or do a search on a topic you want to know more about)
(The search below for ‘computers’ returns computer articles. Once you double click on the articles, use your Left <-
or right arrow keys ->)
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Why of course they do….I like using original material and often read other blogs and give full credit to the blogger or webmaster. When I read this article, I felt the way most of the other individuals who had commented. Go over and read the article and comments. Link
Over the years, the commercial guys have missed something. I don’t know what it is but I see more viruses on ‘up-to-date’ commercial antivirus software and I have to use the ‘free’ utilities to remove the viruses or malware. The computer is also strained under the bloated software. Before I purchase software from a commercial vendor, they will have to make significant improvements on computer resources and the detection of real world viruses outside of a lab. When you read about commercial antivirus products, they detect 98% to 99% of viruses. In the real world, I receive computers to be repaired with these products and I have to remove their product and use tools to remove malware and viruses.
If you feel commercial antivirus is bloated (resource hog) and freeware works better; please comment.