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Google Earth 6.2 Released

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MANEMAN

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Unbelievably, it's now 7 years since the first release of Google Earth.

Read about the latest roll-out on Digital Trends.


Here: http://www.digitaltr...net-a-makeover/

And here at the Google Blogspot: (download available at this URL)

http://googleblog.bl...+Google+Blog%29



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Strange - I opened Google Earth - Help - About to see my version was 6.1.501 so I clicked on "Check for updates"

It told me that no updates were available.

So I went onto the Google website, downloaded from the link and version 6.2 was downloaded.

But I see it is a Beta.

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What do you want for free you moanin' old bugger ! :lol: :lol: :lol:

Have you noticed Alan that if you look at my address in street view I have two vehicles. If I move on a couple of steps in street view I lose a Mazda Bongo !!!!!!!!

And the picture is now about three years out of date.

Try this shortened link and see what your beloved WOT says about it. :)


http://alturl.com/3xwx4


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All yer links WOT doesn't like, MANEMAN. Have you finally gone over to the other side (or have I just realized)? :ph34r:
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I know it's the shortened URLs.

Edited by bludgard, 29 January 2012 - 01:21.


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All yer links WOT doesn't like

Basically it is a dangerous thing to click on links that are not clearly visible and that redirect to an unknown site.

Much better to post direct links like http://www.google.com/earth/index.html even though the link may get shortened by the forum editor.

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