Will your next browser be missing the URL bar? Google Chrome will have an option for that

JohnMHoyt Android, Apple, broadband, Computer Service, Connectivity, Fun Stuff, Homeland Secure IT, Linux, Microsoft, Technology Leave a Comment

Found an interesting article titled “Google Is Serious: You Can Kill Chrome’s URL Bar” which gives a glimpse of what may be around the corner; The ability to hide the URL bar by default. What is the purpose? Smaller desktops, such as those found on netbooks could benefit from gaining a few pixels of real estate on the screen. However, …

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Our Seneca Data Nexlink SP Series Notebooks Mean Business! Intel i3, i5, i7, Microsoft Windows 7 Pro & More!

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When buying a new or replacement notebook for your business, you may turn to Dell, HP, Lenovo, or Toshiba for trusted and reliable products, that is why we are partners with and offer these fine brands! However, there are some outstanding alternatives which may be of interest to your company. First, let’s discuss the difference between a computer designed for …

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Planning on purchasing a new notebook? Have you considered an SSD instead of an HDD?

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If you were told you have an “SSD”, you might think you would need a round of antibiotics to clear that up, but in reality, it is a good thing! SSDs, or Solid State Drives are becoming common place, though they have been around for a while. The price has been what has held back sales since the beginning, but …

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