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Regular readers will know the trials and tribulations of my house and its leak. It has been a right pain in the arse, and should be nearing completion, but I don't want to complain about that as obviously some on here have real reason to complain about water and houses at the moment.
On to the point, I live in a small house, in June (I think) we had a new living room carpet. Obviously to have this done everything had to be removed from the room, for the first time in the 10 years we have lived there. This was no small operation and involved a phenomenal amount of crap. Much of which was thrown, other stuff consigned to the garage or loft.
After the new carpet was fitted we rejoiced in the new found space and lack of clutter.
Today we are having another new carpet fitted, so last night and this morning before work I removed everything from the room and removed the old new carpet.
My word but there was a massive amount of shite worked its way back into that room.
Every man can tell how many goats or sheep he possesses, but not how many friends.
The latest non-dev release has the options to "Relaunch in Windows8 mode" and "Relaunch in desktop mode".
I have to wonder though, how much more bloat can they shove into the browser becomes things become severely broken. After all, pre 23 appeared to work fine in both modes, Starting from the tiles opened in Win8 mode, starting from a desktop shortcut or taskbar shortcut opened in desktop mode.
Was this a change for the sake of change, or are there other benefits to this change that I'm overlooking?