firefox

Wed
11
Apr
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'Optimizing Firefox', and 'Gcpuid'

Optimizing Firefox Optimizing Firefox is a collection of best picks shortcuts, speedups, and extensions for Mozilla's Firefox web browser. http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/optimizing-firefox/ Gcpuid GCPUid is a program that can detect what CPU you have, ... the CPU speed, Multiplier and bus speeds, what revision the CPU is, and what manufacturing process was used to create that specific processor. GCPUid also has support for motherboard monitoring (if you have Motherboard Monitor 5 installed), and also includes some OS and system information. http://www.thecoolest.zerobrains.com/apps/ (view more)

Tue
27
Mar
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'Set Firefox To Allow 10 Simultaneous Downloads', and 'Remote Desktop Connector'

Set Firefox To Allow 10 Simultaneous Downloads Just like Internet Explorer, Firefox has a default to only allow you to download only 2 items at the same time. Changing this, is not as simple as going into your Preferences and changing a setting. ... http://www.fixmyxp.com/content/view/203/129/ Remote Desktop Connector Connect remote machines with IP address using a Google desktop gadget (requires Google Desktop). http://desktop.google.com/plugins/i/remotedesktop.html?hl=en (view more)

Thu
07
Dec
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Novell Partners Again; This Time with Red Hat and Mozilla

It started with just Novell and Microsoft. If you haven't been reading along, the two companies recently joined forces in order to root out the many programming issues lying between Linux and Microsoft Windows. And although that relationship has had ... some rocky moments (mostly as a result of MS' patent infringement allegations), Novell is bridging out once, again. This time it's joining forces with Red Hat and Mozilla programmers in an attempt to avoid problematic technical boundaries between Firefox and Linux. Some Red Hat programmers have gone so far as to refer to the stability of Linux as ... (view more)

Wed
06
Dec
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Googlefirefox Yahooie7

Patronizing is everywhere in the business world. It can happen between any two companies at any time, but there's always one reason behind it: money. Recently, the two competing Internet browsers from Microsoft and Mozilla were released to web users ... across the world. In the weeks since, two of the most popular search engines have "chosen" their favorites, with Yahoo recommending Internet Explorer 7 and Google pushing Firefox 2. The most recent finding is Yahoo's encouragement that searchers use IE7 over the competition. If a user decides to follow the engine's advice, he or she will find that ... (view more)

Wed
06
Dec
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Google=Firefox, Yahoo=IE7?

Patronizing is everywhere in the business world. It can happen between any two companies at any time, but there's always one reason behind it: money. Recently, the two competing Internet browsers from Microsoft and Mozilla were released to web users ... across the world. In the weeks since, two of the most popular search engines have "chosen" their favorites, with Yahoo recommending Internet Explorer 7 and Google pushing Firefox 2. The most recent finding is Yahoo's encouragement that searchers use IE7 over the competition. If a user decides to follow the engine's advice, he or she will find that ... (view more)

Wed
29
Nov
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'Moz Backup', and 'Mozilla - Firefox Accessibility Extension'

Moz Backup MozBackup is a simple utility for creating backups of Mozilla Firefox, Mozilla Thunderbird, SeaMonkey, Mozilla Suite and Netscape profiles. It allows you to backup and restore bookmarks, mail, contacts, history, extensions, cache etc. ... It's easy way to do Firefox backup, Thunderbird backup. http://mozbackup.jasnapaka.com/ Mozilla - Firefox Accessibility Extension The Mozilla - Firefox Accessibility Extension makes it easier for people with disabilities to view and navigate web content. A toolbar provides easy access to navigation, styling, and keyboard enhancement functionality. ... (view more)

Fri
24
Nov
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Firefox 2, IE7 Login Exploit

The whole point of releasing Mozilla's Firefox 2 and Microsoft's Internet Explorer 7, aside from some flashy buttons and a few bucks for the makers, was to upgrade the security of each browser. And although the first Firefox was heralded as a ... divinely secure gift from the web surfing Gods (in the wake of IE6's massive loopholes), both Firefox 2 and Internet Explorer 7 are reportedly susceptible to a new and potent login spoof, which gives hackers the ability to easily swipe passwords and other sensitive information. Like Taking Candy From A Baby According to security guru Robert Chapin, web ... (view more)

Fri
24
Nov
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'Firefox 2', and 'Thunderbird'

Firefox 2 The award-winning Web browser is now faster, more secure, and fully customizable to your online life. Try Firefox 2, with added powerful new features that make your online experience even better. http://www.mozilla.com/firefox/ Thunderbird ... From the people who brought you Firefox. Enjoy safe, fast, and easy email, with intelligent spam filters, quick message search, and customizable views. Thunderbird makes email better. http://www.mozilla.org/projects/thunderbird/ (view more)

Tue
24
Oct
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Mozilla To Unveil Firefox 2.0 Today

With last week's release of Internet Explorer 7, Mozilla refuses to let Microsoft take centre stage for long. The company recently announced that it will be rolling out Firefox 2.0, the newest version of the popular web browser. The scheduled date ... for the release is set for Tuesday, October 24th. Mozilla's Vice President of Products, Christopher Beard, has said that Firefox 2.0 will be available for download free of charge from the company's website, mozilla.org. (Source: pcworld.com ) Firefox 2.0 promises improved features and functionality, and asserts its superiority not only over its ... (view more)

Wed
27
Sep
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Study Suggests Firefox More Vulnerable Than IE

In the tech world, conventional sentiment has always been that Mozilla's Firefox browser is safer and more secure than Microsoft Internet Explorer (IE). Now, antivirus and security company Symantec (Norton) is strongly challenging that notion. A ... recent study by Symantec indicates that 25 confirmed security holes were discovered in Firefox during the first half of 2005 -- "the most of any browser studied," according to the authors of the research. Out of those 25 security defects, 18 were identified as high-risk. Internet Explorer, on the other hand, contained 8 high-level security risks out ... (view more)

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