Few days back, Mozilla introduced a social API for Firefox which lets users use social sites and services inside Firefox, without having to keep them open in a separate browser tab. Firefox Social API, unlike browser add-ons, is a service which is available by default in Firefox 17.0, so you don’t have to install new [...]
If you are a Firefox user, you can now open PDF files right from your browser without installing any Adobe or Foxit plugin. Mozilla’s recently released version Firefox 15 has a PDF reader built-in just like Google Chrome. This interesting feature has to be turned on; this is not enabled by default.
FavBackup is a free portable utility that helps you backup browsers like Firefox, Chrome, Internet Explorer, Safari and Flock. The backup can be restored or moved to a different computer for transferring customized browser environment.
First off, there is no way anyone can remove Facebook timeline profile layout. There is no permanent fix to this as once you have agreed to use Facebook timeline profile, it is irreversible. You can’t switch to older Facebook profile and get rid of timeline from Facebook. I hate Facebook timelines. My initial expression was “Wow, [...]
Both Google Chrome and Firefox have a built in feature to re-open the tabs which you were last working on. This feature, in some ways, is limited only to the tabs and webpages which you were last working on and can’t be used to create custom browsing sessions in Firefox or Google Chrome. Saving a [...]
There are dozens of websites which you use on a daily basis. You have email accounts, social profiles, blogs, RSS reader, YouTube and so many different websites to use but the biggest problem with all these websites is that you have to remember a different username and password for each of them. Sure, there are [...]
The other day I ran into a very strange problem. Whenever I restarted my computer, the web browser would open automatically and a particular group of websites would start loading on their own. Regardless of whether I used Internet Explorer, Google Chrome or Firefox, these pages would load and open multiple pop-up windows bombarded with [...]
While surfing at Google.com, you might have noticed that Google has introduced a black navigation bar on top of every page at Google.com. Whether you are using Google reader, Google Buzz, Gmail or Google Translate, this black navigation bar stays and looks a little ugly to some people. We have previously discussed a Greasemonkey script [...]
From the past couple of weeks, Google has been experimenting a major design overhaul of search result pages on Google.com. The design changes were randomly tested on different users and it appears that Google has finally implemented the newer design on Google.com. Here is how the new design of Google.com looks like: There is a [...]
A browser is often the center point of malicious activities and hack attempts. Many studies reveal that the security of a person’s email, social or other online accounts depend on how secure their browser is. There are a lot of third-party websites who try to take advantage of your browser’s old configuration and outdated plugins, [...]
When it comes to the privacy and security of your online profiles, email, social accounts or your website – the first thing to take note is your browser. Since every other web activity is performed on the browser, it is really important to configure your browser for maximum security so that you don’t end up giving away [...]
Here are some tips which will help you format a webpage for easier reading by removing advertisements, widgets, plugins, subscription boxes and other unnecessary UI elements.
Adobe Flash 10.3 now lets you delete flash files and cookies from your computer, directly from the browsing history page of Internet Explorer, Firefox or Google Chrome
Firefox 4 is one of the best browsers you can use. Its customization features and usability make it second to none in the world of internet clients. The major complaint is that it is not as fast as Google Chrome. One simple trick you can do to make Firefox 4 faster is to disable the tab animations.
Anyone who does any sort of regular blogging knows that there are benefits to using a piece of blogging software. The ability to work on a post without being restricted to your site’s back end give you the freedom to check references and take screenshots easily. Windows Live Writer is always a favorite of bloggers, but what if you are looking for something that is cross platform? If you are, then you should take a look at a browser plugin known as ScribeFire.