Yes it’s true when you click close on the main window of Chrome, it closes all the opened tabs without intimating/notifying the user.
When compare to IE and Firefox which will give a warning/notification/confirmation window asking user to click Ok or Cancel to close all the opened tabs.But i observed in the Chrome that closing all the tabs with out user confirmation.
Here are the screenshot of comparision:
Google Chrome:Finally when it comes to new Google Chrome without asking user confirmation to close the tabs, Chrome closing all the opened tabs.
Internet Explorer: When you observe the IE there [...]
Even careful PC users can fall prey to the sticky fingers of evil malware. Loading an innocent looking file from a USB stick, clicking the wrong link in search results, cancelling a suspect alert box – all these actions could mark the beginning of a malware infection.
And let’s not be coy – if your internet activities include downloading torrents or using pirated software, you’re even more likely to fall prey to worms, spyware and trojans.
In some ways, discovering that your computer is virally infected is worse than realising that it’s been compromised mechanically. [...]
The idea, according to the simple, multilingual marketing spiel on the front of the Orbit Trackball box, is ‘comfort meeting control’.
Having only ever used a trackball in abortive attempts to enjoy the odd Missile Command cabinet, I wasn’t entirely sure what to expect, but I’ve actually been pleasantly surprised.
Now I’m not about to ditch my wireless li’l Sidewinder for this glossy-balled pretender, but I was far more comfortable using the Orbit than I expected. It’s responsive and the optical sensors are set at a high enough dpi rating that even on [...]
Vista has the new feature shows thumbnail that appears on your screen when you move the mouse over a button on the Taskbar. The thumbnails will not moved until the mouse pointer is moved away from it, if you don’t want this feature you can disable it.
Right click on the Taskbar and select the “Properties” context command. Once the “Taskbar” and “Start Menu Properties” dialog box appears, go to the “Taskbar” tab and disable the “Display Thumbnail Previews” option. Confirm by “OK”, the change will effective immediately. [...]