Gradually all the data from our desktops is moving into the cloud on the web. We seek to accomplish most of our day-to-day jobs (and rather trivial jobs) from preparation of document, presentations and spreadsheets to computation, media conversion, minor photo editing etc. via web-apps. As the web becomes the center of our daily computing, […]
Mozilla has officially released Firefox 5, only 3 months after the releases of Firefox 4 following the rapid release strategy of Google Chrome. The idea behind is to bring about changes in the browser as soon as possible and keep the browser up-to-date by creating different development channels. But we see that there are no […]
In the Pwn2Own contest 2011, Safari was the first browser to be hacked, Followed by Internet Explorer 8. Firefox and Chrome web-browsers remained unhacked! Firefox, one of the most popular browsers is secure and ensures sufficient privacy and security for the users, yet the security can be enhanced by number of add-ons, freely available. In this post, I have gathered […]
For about last 1 month I have been investigating about internet browsers and if not every day, twice a week there is a headline about any browser, claiming to have added new functions. At the start of March, the internet was flooded with news about the to-be-released browsers. On 11th March Microsoft’s Internet explorer was […]
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 […]
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%.
How to install this firefox 3.6.2 on fedroa . with yum methode there is no actual 3.6.2 First check if the firefox exist on rawhide develoippment directory [root@localhost ~]# yum –enablerepo=rawhide list firefox Installed Packagesfirefox.i686 3.5.8-1.fc12 @updatesAvailable Packagesfirefox.i686 3.6.1-2.fc14 ...