How to Make Firefox Tabs Smaller and Fit the Screen

How to Make Firefox Tabs Smaller and Fit the Screen

Given the variety of computer and laptop types existing these days, it’s sometimes difficult for browsers to adapt to each and every screen size. When we think of laptops with low resolution screens or small netbooks and ultrabooks, it becomes obvious why the size of the browser tabs matters. Thinking of tablets and smartphones, this turns into a bigger concern. […]

     
 
 

What’s New in Mozilla Firefox 24 [Download]

What’s New in Mozilla Firefox 24 [Download]

One of the reasons why Mozilla’s Firefox browser is still among the best in the world is that there are frequent updates being applied to it. The agressive update cycle of the Firefox keeps regular users and developers happy. While Windows 8 users will have to wait until January or February next year to use a Firefox browser suitable for Microsoft’s […]

     
 
 

OneTab Reduces Google Chrome’s RAM Usage With up to 95%

OneTab Reduces Google Chrome’s RAM Usage With up to 95%

Many people are used to having lots of tabs opened simultaneously while browsing, a habit which tends to consume a lot of resources. Not long ago, Google Chrome was the best choice for those who were looking for a fast browser, even for the computers with low RAM amounts. Now, these computers can find themselves in a little struggle with […]

     
 
 

How to Stop Shockwave Flash from Crashing

How to Stop Shockwave Flash from Crashing

Shockwave Flash, the invention that changed our online experiences almost a decade ago, has grown into such a mess, that several companies have chosen to completely abandon the software and users grow to become less needy, each day. While HTML5, the technology which is bound to replace it, is still seeing difficulties in adoption, people like me and you need […]

     
 
 

Firefox 16 is Available for Download

Firefox 16 is Available for Download

Mozilla has already made a habit out of often updating its Firefox browser. Not even two months ago, we were writing about the 15th version of Firefox and here we are with Firefox 16, already available for download. Mozilla should soon make the announcement official on their blog, but if you can’t wait, just scroll down and find the download […]

     
 
 

Firefox 15 Available for Download, Comes with Major Fixes & Tweaks

Firefox 15 Available for Download, Comes with Major Fixes & Tweaks

Every Mozilla Firefox fan out there, here is a great news for you. Firefox 15 is ready for download, for Windows, Mac, Linux and Android! Don’t expect any major changes with respect to the look and feel (UI), but there are some important fixes and tweaks which should drastically improve the performance. So, what does Firefox 15 bring to the […]

     
 
 

Firefox OS in Pictures, Release Date Set in Q1 2013

Firefox OS in Pictures, Release Date Set in Q1 2013

Since April, Firefox has made official its plans of developing a mobile operating system which it wants to swirl other competitors, but a release interval was not available until the moment. Just recently, we’ve found that Firefox OS, codenamed Boot2Gecko, will be indeed launched in early 2013 in Latin America and shortly after in Europe, just as we were expecting. So, starting […]

     
 
 

Can Firefox OS Survive Only on HTML 5?

Can Firefox OS Survive Only on HTML 5?

Monopoly or oligopoly in technology is bad, it divides the success only to a few players and only they get to benefit from the breakthroughs. The world can’t be full of BMW’s, Mercedes or Ferrari cars just like it can’t be full only with Apple, Google or Microsoft products. But in some cases, certain markets are divided only between a […]

     
 
 

Open Email Links Directly in Gmail on Chrome & Other Browsers

Open Email Links Directly in Gmail on Chrome & Other Browsers

Gmail is continuously adding new important features to make it compelling enough for users who have stayed with native email clients to start using web apps like Gmail. The latest one is a small but important feature that enables users to set Gmail as their default email client in their browsers. So, the next time you open Gmail on Chrome, […]

     
 
 

Microsoft Must do Something Radical with Internet Explorer

Microsoft Must do Something Radical with Internet Explorer

Earlier today, Tyler Holman posted an intriguing article on Neowin about how Perception is killing Internet Explorer. Tyler claims that IE9, the latest version of the web browser is as good as its competitors like Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Opera, but the horrible perception of IE being low on quality has resulted in continuous depletion of IE’s market share. […]