Google chrome has a new flatter and for me a less attractive logo. Google has significanlty improved its web-broswer since its first release in 2008. In a statement they say the change in logo depicts the enhancements coming to the relatively new browser.”Chrome has improved significantly since it was first released in 2008. We’re working […]
For open source web developers, here is an advanced new kid on the bloc, the Dragonfly debugger, the beta of which was recently launched by Opera. Opera is one of the top three web browsers and is differently-abled from the regular browsers. However, Dragonfly is a first for Opera in more than one sense. They […]
Bigger the number attached with softwares, greater do they impress us – fact that we cannot deny! Great numbers associated to softwares gives impression of maturity and addition of advance feature. Firefox 4, though still in its beta & yet feature rich, is competitive to its so called mature browsers out in the market but the […]
Chrome takes up 10 % of worldwide browser share by end of January 2011. The chrome extension gallery features over hundreds of extensions that facilitate the chrome users by extending the browser’s functionality. You might have already installed and enjoyed extensions such as Google Mail Checker, IE Tab, StumbleUpon, Blog This!,Diggo Bookmark, Fitter Flicker, Orkut […]
Today, I installed Firefox 4 beta. My very first impression when the new browser opened was “How much like Chrome!” On exploring Firefox 4 beta I found the design and functionality has incredible likeness with Google’s browser Chrome. In this post we will deem at the new features of Firefox and comment on how they […]
Mozilla released Firefox 4 Beta 10. According to a post in Mozilla.dev.planing google Group, Firefox Beta11 is expected before the end of this month (Probably the 31th of this month), while the final release will come before the end of February.
Firefox overtook Microsoft’s Internet Explorer (IE) to become the number one browser in Europe in December 2010 according to StatCounter, the free website analytics company. The firm’s research arm StatCounter Global Stats reports that in December, Firefox took 38.11% of European market share, compared to IE’s 37.52%.
Opear11 is released, the new release is 30 per cent lighter than the previous version, and comes with many new features.The new release allows tab stacking, which means you can drag one tab on top of another to create a stack.