Google Chrome is a great internet browser. It provides its users with wonderful speed and awesome functionality while using the minimum resources possible of our computer. However like all other leading browsers (such as Firefox) there are areas in Chrome which have a considerable room for improvement.
With such an impressive array of browsers to choose from nowadays, it is not uncommon to work with multiple internet browsers on our computers. The biggest challenge a user faces in switching back and forth from web browsers is to export and import the settings. By settings, we mainly mean bookmarks (or favorites, if you are an Internet Explorer user).
Bloggers know that while reviewing sites, screenshots are highly useful in giving references. Instead of typing “click on the little OK button towards the top right of the screen” one can easily take a screenshot and show the readers what exactly is being written about. If you’re a professional blogger or have a similar job that requires you to take screenshots all the type, then the traditional method of pressing the ‘Print Screen’ key and then pasting the image in MsPaint might not suit you best.
I’ve seen a lot of “ads” on websites asking you to shift to Firefox. But, it isn’t often that you see an ad asking you to shift to IE. But, today while checking my Yahoo!
Let us suppose that you are a Firefox user and have posted a response in a thread on a popular internet forum. You want to be able to read the new post in that thread as soon as it happens. Of course you can keep clicking the Refresh button or keep pressing the F5 key every now and then.
Firefox users seldom move on to the next web browser. Due to its remarkable stability, simple user interface and superior speed, Firefox is one web browser one can’t leave behind. But there’s another feature of Firefox that keeps the browser fresh and its users interested – add-ons.
Add-ons are a strong reason why an increasing number of internet users are moving over to Firefox. Apart from its solidly stable functioning, Firefox is a browser for which add-ons are available for almost anything! The add-on we explore today, Tabberwocky, takes Firefox’s functionality to the next level by providing the user with more ways to work with the tabs.
First, a short disclaimer: This post merely shows you a method. You alone are entirely responsible for what you use it for. There are times when we need to grab media like images, audio and sometimes even embedded video files from various sites.
One of the reasons why I use and prefer Firefox is because of their FireFox add-on collection. I’m currently using a few social media add-ons along with some basic online editing, capturing images, saving text and ,converting Youtube Videos to Mp3 and stuff like that. Recently I have discovered another Firefox add on that is specially designed for those of you who use Facebook everyday and would like to download a complete Image Gallery without needing a third party software.
FoxLingo is considered is your all in one Language tool that offers great features such as Web Page Translation, Translated Search, Auto Translation, Text Translation, Language Resources and Learning Languages. FoxLingo helps you translate webpage in over 1,500 different language pairs and allows you to search foeign pages using terms written in your language. Furthermore it automatically translates websites by recognizing their domain and translates text entered in the search box or any selected webpage for that matter.
Micrsoft has just released the Internet Explorer 8 Language pack for Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008. This pack allows you to install specific resource files which will users to view the user interface of IE8 in various supported languages. Individual language packs are available in the following languages, Arabic, Bosnian (Cyrillic), Bosnian (Latin), Bulgarian, Catalan, Chinese (Traditional), Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Hong Kong), Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hindi, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latvian, Lithuanian, Macedonian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese (Portugal), Portuguese (Brazil), Romanian, Russian, Serbian (Cyrillic), Serbian (Latin), Slovakian, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Turkish, Ukrainian, Vietnamese.
Youtube is officially my favorite website to enjoy music videos and listening to Mp3. I had been using a few websites to download these tracks from Youtube. Recently I’ve discovered one that not only helps you convert Youtube videos to Mp3 in an instant but it also reduces the size of the actual file big times.