[citation][nom]icepick314[/nom]instead of Mozilla working on the bugfix, Toms should learn how to use the spell check instead...[/citation]
Tom's is Wlready trying to learn how to spell check...oh danmit, not again.
yes, yes, mispellings... firefox, ie, blah blah blah.. yadda yadda yadda, ok, so anyway,
buy shoes at some SPAM website
buy jackets at some spam website
buy gucci shirts at some spam website
really? "jordan air max oakland raiders $34-$39"? wtf does that even mean? is that one particular style? did Michael Jordan play for the oakland Raiders for a season after his year in baseball and i missed something?
did i mention I HATE SPAM?
account name "sdfsdfsdfghfgh": do you REALLY think I'm going to click on your stupid a$$ website after you spam the forums? he!! naw
[citation][nom]zatanus[/nom]Ok, cool. But is yet too crashy. Almost all days I turn on my HTPC TV Screen and found a crash report with the restar firefox option...[/citation]
Did you update your graphics drivers? And maybe do a Firefox fresh install mine hasn't crashed at all. But I haven't used it that much. I'm waiting for the final release
[citation][nom]gnookergi[/nom]OMG typo! It's the end of the world as we know it! OMG GAIS run for the hills!...[/citation]
Nobody cares that someone makes a typo. All of us do every now and then and chances are there are a few typos in this very post, given English is my third language.
However, Tom's Hardware and related sites claim to be professional sites with paid staff members. That gives us, the customers, the right to expect a basic grasp of proper journalism. Sensational headlines and typos don't really qualify as good journalism.
Plus, in an era of spell checking, such basic typos are unacceptable in a news article.