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Speed kills and the race is on to cook up the most stable and fastest browser around. That situation means innovation abounds. Microsoft's Internet Explorer and Mozilla's Firefox are No. 1 and No. 2 in market share, but Apple's Safari and Google's Chrome are also pushing the field. Toss in smaller players like Opera, which does better on mobile platforms than the PC, and these are interesting times.
Mozilla is wrapping up work on its first version of Firefox for mobile phones, bringing the second most popular PC browser to an area where a rival project holds more influence.
A clean install of Ubuntu 9.04 on my old PC-under-the-desk led to a problem with the Firefox HTML validation tool HTML Validator by Marc Gueury.
Just a heads up: Since Firefox download sites are clogged today, you may be tempted to use an alternate URL you see posted somewhere on the web in order to get the latest version. Be careful, though, because I've seen at least one of these links lead to a purported spyware program instead of a browser.
Everex has teamed up with open source players to create a $198 PC (sans display). The Everex Green gPC TC2502 runs a Linux OS and is loaded with (or has links to) free applications, including Gmail, Google Docs & Spreadsheets, Google Calendar, Google Product Search, Google Blogger, Google YouTube, Google Maps, Google News, Meebo (instant messaging), GIMP (image editing), Firefox, Xing Movie Player, RhythmBox (iTunes substitute), Faqly (tech support), Facebook, Skype and OpenOffice.
SO Delete History is a perfect browser and PC history cleaning software that helps you to delete all the traces of Internet and computer...
Security experts at Determina show how a Vista PC can be compromised by exploiting a flaw in the way the operating system handles animated-cursor files. They've determined that Firefox users are at a higher risk than IE 7 users.
What's your favorite Firefox extensions? How does this help you get more out of your PC? Do you have different extensions for Firefox on the desktop and notebook or do you use the same ones both at your desk and when on the move?
Are you bored of your old Homepage ? Then get a new one right from your Mac OS X Dashboard. Choose one the most beautiful homepage's...
Let's face it, for the average PC user Internet Explorer is such a target for hackers and cyber-criminals that they can really do without it. Why do we still not have PCs targeted at average users that come with Firefox or Opera pre-installed?
A few ZDNet readers have asked me for my thoughts on Firefox 3.0a1 alpha (Gran Paradiso) that was made available for testing purposes.I downloaded it and installed it into XP Pro inside a VMware virtual PC (500MB RAM, 8GB hard drive) this morning and here are some initial thoughts.
It is possible to build a credible office PC out of Linux, Open Office and Firefox, but only if you're a sophisticated user. You lose access to content on proprietary platforms, you may have (or fear you may have) trouble communicating with business partners. It's a big risk.
Dell's Australian operation has ruled out following the lead of its British counterpart in the near future and shipping the Mozilla Firefox Web browser on computers. "There are currently no plans to ship Firefox on desktops or notebooks in Dell Asia Pacific at this time," a spokesperson for the PC manufacturer told ZDNet Australia yesterday.
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