___/ On Wednesday 24 August 2005 06:46, [[Anon] Anon User] wrote : \___
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> In <defat1$1e9f$1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> Roy Schestowitz
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>>_____/ On Monday 22 August 2005 17:12, [Roy Schestowitz] wrote : \_____
>>> Google Desktop 2 has been announced
>>> As you can see, mail, news, RSS and schedules are all on your desktop
>>> now. Google continue to move towards the desktop. Unfortunately, only
>>> Windows is catered for, which disappoints me as they made promises (what
>>> happened to the mantra?) and they are a hardcore *NIX corporation.
>>> Will a Google browser be ready by 2007? They have ties with the Mozilla
>>> Foundation... either way, this surprise application will probably shape
>>> the future of computing -- the future of a giant company at the least.
>>As a follow-up, Google are rumoured to have an instant messenger client
>>that might be announced tomorrow.
>>Prepare for talk.google.com (now points to "page not found"), which is
>>intended to challenge Microsoft on their own turf (Windows). As I said,
>>the idea of a Google browser is not far-fetched.
> Great. Just Great.
> That's all we need, ANOTHER form of Google Spyware.
> What I want to know, is there a 'Google killer'? something that will
> remove any and all traces of anything 'google' from a computer... short of
> a format.
Removing your Google cookie, setting your browser/s to reject cookies from
their domains and never installing Google software. I like Google so I
would never do it, but there you go...
Roy S. Schestowitz Useless fact: A dragonfly only lives for one day