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  • 71.
    Most of these are normal desktop machines with domestic broadband internet. Distributed community processing ensures O/S and browser diversity, but it makes quality assurance much harder.
  • 72.
    Problems per day
  • 73.
    %(duplicated_count)d duplicated browsers found, %(updated_count)d browser updated, %(remaining_count)d remaining browsers removed.
  • 74.
    Are you sure to remove factory "%(name)s" from your account ?
  • 75.
    The following problems were reported manually.
  • 76.
    Some browsers on certain OS are in short and in urgent need of new installations. <a href="/browsers">Click here to see a full list.</a>
  • 77.
    Not everybody has a farm of legacy machines with older OSes and browsers. There are online services that offer screenshots of websites in different browsers for considerable fees. For the hobbyist and for open source projects, these fees may be prohibitive.
  • 78.
    The response did not contain a Location header.
  • 79.
    This is the one feature that sets this project apart from similar online services. The screenshots are made on distributed computers that are run by volunteers. You can see a list of <a href="/factories">active screenshot factories</a>.
  • 80.
    Expire in 60 minutes for Priority Users
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