When I sit here in front of my desktop and look at my Debian Menu for “Internet”, I see a myriad of icons. But not just a myriad of icons for all kinds of applications, but also a myriad of icons for web browsers. As Linux users, we really are rewarded with having so much […]
Just shortly Mozilla has released Firefox 9 according to its rapid release development oscillation. This rapid release has increased concerns about add-on compatibility and revamped interface that is confusing for consistent browser users. Mozilla has already been criticized for its rapid release program particularly in enterprise sector. Nevertheless, there are benefits of rapid release program […]
The Firefox 9 has just arrived and Mozilla claims that its latest browser is 36-percent faster than the older version. Along with the new release came patches to Firefox’s six issues and finally a fix to a two-year old security problem on Firefox 3.6. This new release is in line with the new release policy […]
Whether you are in or out, Chrome 15 establishes itself as the most popular browser, Worldwide as reported by the StatCounter, the website analytics company. Chrome 15 claims a 23.6% usage share of browsers in the market while IE 8 is down to 23.5%, throughout the last week of November (28TH November to 11th December).
The final build for Firefox 7.0 has been launched (for Linux, Windows, and Mac). This is a stable release that fixes a previous issue that made Mozilla Firefox run slow. The memory leak problem has disturbed Mozilla for years, and it has finally been resolved. Memory inconsistencies were addressed using MemShrink, an initiative that was […]
Have you ever wondered when would Chrome finally surpass the usage share of Microsoft Internet Explorer? Or when will Chrome exceed the usage share of Mozilla Firefox? At what instant of time will Chrome become the ultimate browser with (approx) 100% usage? When will Internet Explorer vanish from the browser market? In this post we […]
It is truly exciting to get an in depth experience and discover new projects.BrowserID though going beyond a project is poised to be the game changer in how you sign-into websites. Mozilla calls it the BrowserID and is a brand new way of signing up for website services.
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