Firefox Plug-ins that Destroy Your Browsing Experience and How to Avoid Them

by May 19, 2011

Firefox is a very popular browser, and that is not surprising considering it works well on Apple, Windows and just about any smartphone platform. Unfortunately, you will find some of the plug-ins that promise a lot, actually harm your SEO experience. Before you recommend them to your potential customers, you should make sure they are…Continue Reading

Delete Flash Cookies in Internet Explorer with Flash 10.3

May 10, 2011 2 Comments

A little over a week ago, we announced that Chrome had implemented the ability to delete flash cookies within the browser, shortly after Adobe released the update for Flash Player 10.3, and now we’re starting to see this expand to other browsers. Now Microsoft is announcing that Flash cookies will now be deleted in both…Continue Reading

How to Surf the Web Securely With Your Browser

May 06, 2011 3 Comments

The most popular browsers currently are Mozilla Firefox and Microsoft Internet Explorer, however Google Chrome is another that proves to be one of the best. Regardless of which browser you use, you always want to ensure that your web surfing is safe and secure at all times. Regardless of the amount of plug-ins on the…Continue Reading

Internet Explorer 9 Enjoys Almost 10% Share in Windows 7

May 04, 2011 No Comments

With the advancements of browsers like IE9, Firefox and Chrome, it’s a wonder why anyone still uses IE6 and IE7. Sure, businesses have the excuse of “all of our software only works with IE6” or “it’s too expensive to switch”. When in the end, it’s really going to cost them more money in productivity and…Continue Reading

Microsoft Previews Internet Explorer 10’s HTML 5 Features

Apr 20, 2011 No Comments

The Internet is expanding every day in terms of users and websites, but it’s really the browsers that help start these expansions. New advances in web architecture take time and effort to make everything work properly, which is why Microsoft is giving you a preview of what’s to come in Internet Explorer 10.  The IE10…Continue Reading

How to Enable the Favorites Bar in Internet Explorer 9

Apr 05, 2011 No Comments

If you are new to Internet Explorer 9, chances are that the new look and design probably shocked you because of the differences between this version and previous versions. If you are a fan of the bookmarks bar you will notice that this is one of the options that is disabled by default to conserve…Continue Reading

Use Background Apps in Chrome to Declutter Your Tabs

Feb 28, 2011 No Comments

Google Chrome is a powerhouse for apps and extensions and is used by a wide variety of people. A lot of people also have many tabs and apps open at the same time, which can be cumbersome if you’re trying to switch between them. If apps and extension tabs fill up your browsers’ window, then…Continue Reading

New Bing Bar, ‘Engineered from the ground up’, Available for Download

Feb 22, 2011 1 Comment

Bing has now released a completely revamped Bing Bar, which has been “Engineered from the ground up”. The new Bing Bar is supposed to make everyday tasks much easier and faster to accomplish. It was designed with the user in mind keeping present the pros and cons of previous versions. Let’s take a look at some…Continue Reading

New Chrome Beta Has 66% Performance Increase

Feb 21, 2011 1 Comment

The latest release of Chrome Beta is revealing quite the speed performance in JavaScript. V8 Benchmarks are seeing a 66% increase for intense JavaScript applications over the current version of Chrome. New features like new password sync to go right along with the completely redesigned browser settings. With the newly added benefits of GPU-acceleration for…Continue Reading

Internet Explorer 9 RC Now Available Through Automatic Updates

Feb 16, 2011 No Comments

Internet Explorer 9 Beta has been out for a while now and Microsoft has decided to make the newly updated IE9 Release Candidate available for download and Automatic Update. Like any other update, IE9 Beta users will be greeted with the bubble update notification. The process won’t rollout to every right away and should be…Continue Reading

Google Docs Gets a Copy and Paste Facelift

Feb 02, 2011 1 Comment

If you use Google Chrome for your browsing needs you can now upgrade to the latest version of the Web Clipboard extension for Chrome. Google released an update for this extension today, which gives improved copy and paste features. Nearly a year ago, Google released the original extension and has seen a few updates. The…Continue Reading

How to Disable the Built-in PDF Viewer in Chrome

Jan 25, 2011 3 Comments

When I reported that Google brought a built-in PDF reader to the Chrome browser I was really excited about not having to load Adobe Reader each time I opened a PDF, but after using it for a couple of months I find that it is not as great as I thought it would be. If…Continue Reading

How to Set Multiple Homepages in Safari

Jan 24, 2011 No Comments

One of the biggest problems I had when I tried to switch from Chrome to Safari is the inability to quickly setup multiple websites as a homepage when I open a new browser window. In Chrome you simply set open tabs (all the tabs you wish to add to homepage must be open) as homepage…Continue Reading