Firefox

Heavy Internet users are most likely to often have multiple tabs open simultaneously. You can secure your active tabs against any crashes as well as synchronize them among your various work places. We would l ike to share few tips on how to manage your open tabs effectively in various browsers. We have reviewed TagCloud that allows you to save open tabs in the cloud via Google and lets you use again your saved tabs from any PC or other web browsers. You do not have to keep open multiple browser windows and tabs all the time on PC to work. Just save them via Google and close all the tabs and windows. Next time when you use firefox or chrome, you can easily open all tabs from cloud. We have some more extensions to recommend that allow you to manage you open tabs.

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Web browser tabs can prioritize the usage and reading preference for different web pages and you can leave other pages opened to process or view later. If FireFox closes unexpectedly, you can restore previous session of browser tabs. It even asks you to restore previous windows session on restart. While its safe but it keeps user and the computer lazy as user always thinks that the opened websites will not be lost and he can retrieve those later. But opened tabs require a lot of computer’s memory. Also what about accessing those tabs from different locations on different computers? You can access your browser tabs from your own PC but what about when you want to access your opened tabs from anywhere else? If we can get this feature then won’t it give us some more freedom in accessing our favorite online pages all the time? Firefox has got built-in ‘tabs save and restore feature’ but Chrome has not got it at a good level. Sometimes Chrome lets me restore previous opened tabs but most of the time it does not. You can also open same browser tabs in Google Chrome, that are opened in FireFox. So here is the solution to save and restore FireFox and chrome tabs from anywhere on any PC. It is a great way to backup open tabs.

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In many cases you web browser proxy settings can be changed. Web browsers including Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Opera, Google Chrome are vulnerable to proxy setting changes if malware like Trojan-Banker.Win32.Capper enters in PC. This malware adds a special URL to the ‘Use automatic configuration script’ option in the Internet connection settings. The CapperKiller utility is a free portable software that will eliminate this malware from infected PC and fix the proxy settings for all web browsers. If your PC is not infected by above mentioned malware but your browsers proxy settings have been changed, still you can use this guide and software recommendation within to fix your PC.

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Microsoft Internet Explorer usage has dropped from 46% to 37% with time, even when it comes with the most distributed OS package by default. Google Chrome and Firefox have been struggling to capture internet users. See stats. Ever changing Firefox has never stopped updating to meet needs of its loyal users. Firefox is innovative, excellent and future browser that meets needs of users whether they use internet on tablet PC, desktop computer or laptop. It always offers a complete fulfilling internet browsing experience for all. Firefox has been recently updated and you can download 10.0.2 stable version or Firefox Beta version 11.0b3 from here.

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by on June 25th, 2011

Firefox 5.0 is released that promises even more speed, performance, stability, security and privacy improvements. Firefox 5 comes with support for CSS animations, improved JavaScript, memory and networking performance, and improved standards support for HTML 5, XHR, MathML, SMIL and Canvas. ‘Do not track’ privacy option that tell websites to do not track browsing habits and history. This option is accessible from the “Privacy” menu instead of buried in the “Advanced” options. Firefox 5 becomes the first to offer ‘Do Not Track’ on multiple platforms. This Firefox update is not better in speed and performance as Google Chrome but still Firefox is getting even better.

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You do not need to install the portable software in the PC. That enables you to copy the software into your pen drive and take it with you anywhere you want and use it at any PC. If you like accessibility in computer and use on-screen board or magnifying glass (to have a closer look at design/development or any other other element) then here are three great softwares that are available in portable form.

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Take your Firefox anywhere. Firefox 4 for Android and Maemo is built on the same technology platform as Firefox 4 for desktop computers, just optimized for browsing on a mobile device. Check out the new and improved features, known issues, and frequently-asked questions. With Firefox 4 final and Firefox 4.2 alpha desktop release, Mozilla also has released Firefox 4 RC for Android and Maemo mobile devices which can be downloaded through the links below.

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by on March 29th, 2011

Recently Mozilla released Firefox version 4 final, which hit a record more than 6 million downloads within 24 hours of its launch. Firefox 4.2 Alpha release is out which you can download through link below.

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