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Buy or not to buy 3D Video Card?

If you still doubt to buy, take a look on www.picajet.com.

PicaJet Photo Album use hardware acceleration for viewing digital photos. Amazing!

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Beware that cookie dropping website.

In reply to: Buy or not to buy 3D Video Card?

PicaJet instantly was added to the firewall at the office because of it's insistance to drop cookies for no good reason.

I see no reason to look at or review this one.


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Re: Beware that cookie dropping website.

In reply to: Beware that cookie dropping website.

The same I can tell about cnet.com and most sites in internet Happy

Any site puts cookies to a greater or lesser extent.

Info about cookie puts to my computer from cnet.com:

Expire:26.08.2004 23:28:51
Modified:26.08.2004 11:28:51

If want to be anonymus: "Tools>Internet options>Privacy"
and move slider to top position.

P.S. Dont be supresed when you return to any site and this site recognize you.

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