it's basically just chrome with extra addons,
-you get the option to choose "apps" which sit on the left hand side of the screen (in a little sidebar) and show you when there's any new stories posted
-on the right hand side in a little sidebar as well is your facebook chat list so you have the option to chat with friends without being on facebook
-up near the top where the tabs are is your basic facebook notification system so friend requests, messages and notifications can be checked from there
-importing bookmarks from all the major browsers
-and last but not least a "quiet" option that hides all of the above if you're trying to study.
So um, I still come around. Rarely, but I do. Just thought I'd drop in again. I'm going away to college in 4 days which is really weird. I think I'm just going to randomly drop in as I've been doing probably forever. So yea. Good luck to everyone in whatever you're all doing these days!
I would also like to wish generally good luck upon those of you for whom luck is lacking. May you be successful in your endeavors and triumphantly crush your enemies beneath your boots and/or wheels, such as the case may be. Alternatively, may those who dare stand against your superior luck be subjugated utterly and become nothing but tools to reach your ends, ensuring further luck and superiority in whatever it is you're doing. This comes from the heart, people. From the heart.
Say, speaking of wheels that crush, I managed to find a factory service manual online for my Jeep. I'm pretty happy about that, considering a printed copy costs $135 and is just as destructible as any other book. The factory service manual is like the Bible for your particular car; after flipping through it, I can't believe I ever wasted money on those repair books they sell at auto parts stores.
^Took me a while to spot the difference. Surprisingly so, cause I knew what I was looking for.
Good luck on those power windows. Have absolutely no idea how one could turn handle turned windows into an electric one. Are there any kits for this kind of stuff?