- adj. computing Tending to crash.
- From crash + -y. (Wiktionary)
“I find 9x too 'crashy' for my liking, and I had an awful time with ME.”
“Not much has changed from Safari 4 since we took you on a hands on look at Safari 4 beta — except for the fact that Safari 4 has hopefully lost the significant “crashy” aspect — which Apple has claimed is the case.”
“I wish someone would make one of these for Mac, of course maybe the crashy problems should be solved first. sickstick”
“While the beta was crashy (at least for Windows), it is leaner, meaner, and a bit more flashy than Firefox or Chrome.”
“And for some reason Adobe products get crashy when OO is open.”
“Of course, the warning on the Chrome Blog says to NOT DOWNLOAD THEM unless you like crashy and incomplete and unpredictable software.”
“Note: The software is very alpha and fairly crashy : So be warned.”
“Sure, on the one hand, they need this because the apps coming out now are a touch crashy, but going forward as the platform matures, that should happen less and less and now the lifespan of these games is expanded since they can get better over time.”
“I use Byline on iPhone not perfect - very crashy and quite slow because it integrates with Google Reader - I don't want to have to set up all those feeds again every time I try a new RSS reader.”
“That aside, my general experience with using Windows is that it's very crashy ... not just the operating system, but the programs, and using them ...”
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