Let me start out by saying that I have nothing personal against Internet Explorer 6. I just feel that it’s time everyone moved on and upgraded either to a more upto date version of Internet Explorer or moved onto a better browser (in my opinion), FireFox. So here are my top 5 reasons as to why you should upgrade from IE6.
We’ve all heard of Wikipedia – for a whole load of students, it has been the go-to site for project work and reference material. It’s great strength lies in the multitude of collaborators – writers, proofreaders et al associated with the site doing what they do out of a general sense of altruism and trying to spread knowledge. Of course, Wikipedia is available in a number of languages, so it isn’t restricted to English although that is by far the most developed section of the site.
I have just stumbled upon a very cool web application that allows you to use word processor with in your web browser. Shutterbrog lets you edit your documents online totally free of charge. It offers a very user friendly interface and makes every thing easy for you.
Firefox is not only limited to your Pcs. There is a huge demand of Firefox in the world of cell phones as well. Recently, Firefox has started a new project under the name of “Fennec” which is totally dedicated to mobile phones.
It’s a browser for mobile phones which will be similar to Firefox. It will provide Mozillaâ€™s standards-based open-source browser engine, optimized for mobile, that can be embedded by device manufacturers and others.
Firefox Mobile is already in Alpha 2 status while the first alpha release only works with Nokia N800/N810 internet tablet. On the other hand, Mozilla says that the first beta version of Fennec for Windows Mobile and HTC touch pro has made great progress andÂ is planned to be released soon.’
I earlier wrote about the Top 5 To-Do List Managers for Mac Os X which can help you keep everything in order. For those of you who are looking for an online To-Do list manager that offers almost the same features as any desktop software would then you should give Checkvist a try. It’s an excellent online web service that allows you to simplify the task of making a to-do list by enabling keyboard shortcuts and supporting sub-lists.
So you’re a web developer. Your job requires you to constantly upload and download files to and from your server. You can easily use the file manager that comes inbuilt with your control panel, but over time you realize it is a painful experience.
To shorten your lengthy URLs, there are tons of websites out there to help you out. People usually shorten these urls to provide a shorter link thatâ€™s easier to remember and share. There are a ton of options out there, and most have something unique to offer.
If you’re located in a place like me where I have a host of wifi and LAN connections to choose from. In such a situation, I’m constantly required to change my IP settings and other settings whenever I jump networks. I normally don’t need to use to a tool for this, as practice does speeds up this process.
Google launched their brand new ISP which provides free in-home broadband via wifi. The ISP is called TiSP. Read the official press release or find out how to go about getting it.
Almost everyone who has SSH access to their accounts will be well aware of PuTTY which is a free Telnet and SSH Client. PuTTY has saved tonnes of time because using shell is a definite time saver over most other methods. If you have just one site to manage, then it isn’t a problem.