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    (Original post by Red Fox)
    Fine I'll make the switch:rolleyes:. But even this took consideration, maybe I was in love with IE.
    Can you even get Themes with IE?!
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    I really wish I could do AS German. My school only offers Spanish at GCSE. Well they did offer French but only 1 guy picked it. My school offers no languages at A-Level either.
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    Feel a bit cool being able to post on a year 12 thread now
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    (Original post by Bude8)
    Can you even get Themes with IE?!
    Highly doubt it but now I'll have to log back in to every single website I use on my new browser.
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    (Original post by Mr.Nor)
    If it was cheaper/had the money I'd get it remarked...
    I can't be bothered- I don't think it will change for me._.


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    Highly doubt it but now I'll have to log back in to every single website I use on my new browser.
    Well if you already have Chrome, I think you can transfer bookmarks etc over. I'd be surprised if IE had Themes, that technology is too advanced for them :holmes:. I believe the whole point of a PC is in the name; personal computer, you should be able to customise as much as you can until it's perfect for you :3
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    I keep on changing my desktop's looks around, but here's what it looks like now :3
    I'd enable the "slide show desktop background" feature but it could cause my dying laptop to die faster ;(
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    Enrolled at my new sixth form today... It's starting to get real
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    I need to go jogging soon
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    Any of you guys starting sixth form at cchs?
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    This whole Chrome discussion made me think of this video.

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    (Original post by harrybithell196)
    This whole Chrome discussion made me think of this video.

    Thankfully I don't have Windows 8, I love Windows 7 :3
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    (Original post by Elm Tree)
    Enrolled at my new sixth form today... It's starting to get real
    I did it yesterday, feels unreal that it's 13 days :shock:
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    (Original post by Elm Tree)
    Enrolled at my new sixth form today... It's starting to get real
    Business wear or no business wear :holmes:
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    (Original post by Bude8)
    Well if you already have Chrome, I think you can transfer bookmarks etc over. I'd be surprised if IE had Themes, that technology is too advanced for them :holmes:. I believe the whole point of a PC is in the name; personal computer, you should be able to customise as much as you can until it's perfect for you :3
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    I keep on changing my desktop's looks around, but here's what it looks like now :3
    I'd enable the "slide show desktop background" feature but it could cause my dying laptop to die faster ;(
    I guess I'm the only one with a Maxthon browser. :emo:
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    (Original post by The Financier)
    I guess I'm the only one with a Maxthon browser. :emo:
    Chrome or gtfo
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    (Original post by Bude8)
    Thankfully I don't have Windows 8, I love Windows 7 :3
    Me too!

    In spite of this there is some part of me which really wants a Chromebook..
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    Chrome or gtfo
    I use both. But primarily Maxthon. I use Chrome for browsing Youtube videos (Adblock installed) and auto-translating non-english websites, and Maxthon for everything else. It's got lots of handy features.
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    (Original post by kmiab)
    Feel a bit cool being able to post on a year 12 thread now
    I feel kind of fancy too now oooo!^-^


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    Me too!

    In spite of this there is some part of me which really wants a Chromebook..
    oh lord, I would never get a Chromebook. Although it's true the first thing most (cool) people do when they turn on their computer is open Google Chrome, you'll soon want to do something that a Chromebook can't do.
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    Hmm, I'm starting to get back into rock/metal instrumentals :holmes:

    Demetori ftw
 
 
 
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