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Firefox, What I Would Like To See

Firefox is my default web browser, which can be mainly attributed to its amazing add-on support and customization options. But other browsers have emerged (Chrome) or improved to a point that Firefox […]

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Google Chrome Dev Hits Version 7

The Chromium developers have really redefined versioning at least when it comes to their web browser. The browser that made its first appearance in 2008 has now reached version 7 in the […]

Google Chrome Extensions Gallery Gets Developer Signup Fee

A recent post on the Chromium blog revealed two changes coming to the Google Chrome Extensions Gallery. Both changes are introduced to increase the efforts made so far to protect Chrome users […]

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Enable Side Tabs In Google Chrome

All the talking about sidebar tabs today in Firefox reminded me that I wanted to write about a similar feature in Google Chrome, to be more precise in the Google Chrome dev […]

Re-conquer Konqueror with Rekonq

How many browsers does an operating system really need? If you are looking from the outside in at the Linux operating system you would think it needed plenty of browsers. Firefox, Opera, […]

Add these handy bash aliases for efficiency

"In the beginning was the command line" is not the just name of a great book by Neil Stephensen (read the text here), but a way of life for many Linux users. […]

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Google Chrome Web Apps, What Are They?

If you follow popular tech blogs like Techcrunch or Download Squad you may have noticed teaser posts about Google Chrome Web Apps, a new feature that the Chromium and Google Chrome developers […]

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Plugin Security Changes Coming To Google Chrome

Integration of the Flash plugin and a native PDF reader in Google Chrome has been a controversial move. Some users liked the idea as it allowed them to access contents without having […]

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Google Chrome Dev Gets Native PDF Plugin

The Google Chrome developers integrated a native Flash plugin in the web browser less than three months ago. This internal plugin improved the traditional browser plugin model. Most noteworthy from a user's […]

Google Chrome Dev Channel Gets VP8 WebM Support

If you have followed the development of web browsers in the past months you probably noticed that a fight for the HTML5 video format broke out between big players. Both Microsoft and […]

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Google Chrome 5 Stable Released

Up until today three versions of Google Chrome were available for download. Google Chrome 4 was the stable channel that was offered to all visitors who wanted to download the Google browser. […]

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WebM Video

Google yesterday officially announced the release of the Open Source, royalty free video format WebM making it a third contender for the HTML5 video crown after H.264 and Theora. WebM video might […]

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No More Http In Google Chrome

Many Internet users load websites by entering the prefix http:// and then the url (actual address) of the domain in the address bar of the web browser they are using. This is […]

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Make Gmail The Default Email Client In Google Chrome

The Google Chrome browser and its open source counterpart Chromium do not have options currently to configure default programs. Firefox, Opera and Internet Explorer ship with configuration options to set default programs […]

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Google Integrates Adobe Flash Into Chrome

One of the first things that many users do after installing a web browser is to install Adobe Flash as it is needed to display many websites and most of the hosted […]

WinPenPack Free Software Packages For USB Sticks

WinPenPack is a free software solution comprised of portable applications that are grouped into suites for easy selection. It can be very beneficial to store some applications on external USB sticks, Flash […]

Google Chrome To Allow Extensions In Incognito Mode

Google added several new features to its Chrome web browser lately. We reviewed the new autofill and taskbar thumbnail features already that Google added to the latest developer release version of the […]

Opera Backup

Opera Backup is a free program for Windows devices that you may use to back up or restore Opera browser data. Backups should be an important part of every computer user's disaster […]