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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 … Continue reading
SeaMonkey has all the typical features of an all-in-one internet application suite that is the trademark of Mozilla, the House of designer Web Browser makers. Firefox, Thunderbird, Camino, Sunbird and Miro are some of the other famous browsers that are … Continue reading
Wine1.3.16 is released!,This is a bi-weekly snapshot in the 1.3 unstable series.
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.
Add-ons are useful if you want to add new functionality to Thunderbird or change its appearance. Today i chosed some nice add-ons that hope will be useful for you.
Mozilla launched today an update to firefox crash protection feature to extend the amount of time Firefox will wait before terminating unresponsive plugins.
Mozilla has released the version 3.1 of the Thunderbird mail client. This version comes with many improvements, the Message indexing is faster and provides users with faster search results, New Quick Filter Toolbar lets you filter against search terms, tags, … Continue reading
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 rawhide … Continue reading
Ubuntuzilla is an APT repository hosting the Mozilla builds of the latest official releases of Firefox, Thunderbird, and Seamonkey. This repository should also work on Linux distributions that are derivatives of Ubuntu, and probably also on any Debian derivative.
A new email client unveiled by Mozilla this week contains code from an unusual source — the French military, which decided the open source product was more secure than Microsoft`s rival Outlook. The story of how the French government became … Continue reading