Yeah! Google Chrome is finally getting with the program. Well, part of it anyway. A blog post announced that Google Chrome beta is getting a built-in PDF reader. That means that I will no longer have to have a temporary directory to download PDF files
I’ve mentioned before that I have a habit of not reading the manual or help files that come with most software. Generally, this isn’t really much of an issue for me since I have been working with computers at a high level for years. Unless
I can’t help but wonder, considering the number of websites and web developers who insist on ensuring that their websites are still fully compliant with Internet Explorer 6, which was rendered obsolete long ago, should other non-standard browser configurations be considered as well? Has anyone
I usually don’t like to post stubs or preliminary articles like this, but I went all reviewer on Mozilla.org this morning and, of course, ended up writing a review of my favorite Firefox add-on of all time, Speed Dial. As that review got longer I
These Chrome features are at the top of my wishlist for the next update of Firefox.
Even if everyone else seems to be ready to jump to Chrome, for this user, there are too many critical things missing, and I’m not talking about cutsie little add-ons.