Tag Archives: Firefox

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Easy Software Installation Online

Ninite is my favorite service on the entire internet. Essentially, it is a software installation service, but in reality, it is so much more. For some reason, the auto-update feature of many software programs fails from time to time. On my computer, the number one

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Firefox Calls Out Slow Loading Add-ons

One of the things that makes Mozilla’s Firefox browser so versatile is the wide array of add-ons and plugins users can use to customize exactly how the browser looks, works and feels. Plenty of addons, like Firebug, add functionality that goes above and beyond what

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Google Chrome Built-In PDF Viewer

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

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Google Webmaster Tool Error Spreading

What was once a nuisance on only one of my computers and on only one of my browsers appears to be spreading to my other systems and web browsers. I’ve been getting an error about how a redirection will never complete on my Google Chrome

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Support for NoScript JavaScript Disabled Browsers

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