Quote: Originally Posted by mr pc
as a regular user of chrome plus by any chance are you running into issues with extensions/addons?
I have it installed on a seperate drive but it keeps giving me a package is invalid error referencing my c drive
i don't use that many extensions, but so far i haven't run into any problems with the few that i do find useful. chrome bookmarklets work fine too. i don't believe that chromeplus differs from vanilla in the way it handles extensions, as far as i know.
Quote: Originally Posted by Badawy
Quote: Originally Posted by mickey megabyte
1 - source code is not open - have they put in any other hidden extras? the same can be said of most software...
What's source code?
simply put: the source-code is basically the human-readable programming instructions that makes the software work. with open-source applications, programmers skilled at reading code can tell exactly what the software does, and can detect if it's doing anything 'sneaky'.
wikipedia source-code entry.
it has nothing to do with sending people back in time (or to parallel realities) to stop a train from blowing up, like in the recent entertaining movie