Improved Windows task managers
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What use are the Frames? Where are the Apps Information Pages and most importantly, the download links? Why, at all, has the author presented this feature? Why to waste further time in knowing his Full Bio, following this experience?
With the exception of "lazyload" these slide shows are the most useless form of transmitting information that I know of.
Give us facts and a link to where we can confirm them!
These task managers look ok but there is no reference to what they are or how to download them or any description of them and what they do or don't do. If this is becoming the quality of info coming from tech republic then they are going downhill in quality.
Failure to prominently post a link to the full article is unacceptable.
Yes, we know that your editor made you do it.
But it reflects on you, the writer.
Try this link for full the article.
Gaah! Where's the usual link to the article version for those of us who prefer to actually learn something useful instead of flipping through shiny pictures?
I would appreciate a brief synopsis in text form, perhaps with hyperlinks to the vendor. Graphics may be seductive, but not always efficient. Thanks.