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October 1, 2015

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There was a time when the web was ruled by Netscape Navigator and Microsoft Internet Explorer. Those days are greatly becoming ancient history thanks to the amazing selection of browsers out there catering to everybody’s needs

Typically, browsers are free and offer a similar experience because they find websites and provide them as quick as possible. In addition to the routine choices of Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome and Opera there are lots of brand-new browsers prepared to bring brand-new viewpoint consisting of Torch, Tor, Web Freer and various others. That’s before you even bring Microsoft’s new Edge browser into play. Read more here.

With all the security problems and annoying user-unfriendly problems related to Microsoft’s Internet Explorer, more and more individuals are trying to find options. Web internet users seeking new web browser options have a couple of good selections to think about, and fortunately, all the browsers in this classification boast favorable attributes and cool functions that can make any individual’s browsing experience a good one. In the end, it’s up to you to select one that fits your particular requirements, as everybody looks for something various in a browser. However something’s for sure– you’ll never go back to IE.

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    Have you tattooed PCs?

    I just found this system because during comrades have such PCs and can not install Linux. This principle (which dates from 2005 apparently) that the BIOS and the hard drive of the PC have a common identifier. Therefore it is impossible for the owner:

    installing a second operating system on their computer even if there is another version of windows (multiboot);
    to launch a Live CD or System Restore CD (like Ghost);
    to change the original disk (tattooed) with another hard drive (not tattooed).

    It is simply amazing that such machines have been put up for sale! I hope it is no longer done.

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    Creating a web page layout with CSS - 2

    @font-face CSS2 is a property that allows use on a website a font not present on the computer of the user. The browser downloads it on a server Web and applies it automatically. Well aware that this property is available in the latest WebKit nightlys, we can assume that the next major version Safari and Konqueror will integrate this feature. Rumors also speak of a future support @ font-face by Opera. As for Internet Explorer, since it already supports long (95?) this property but only for fonts in a Microsoft format. For Firefox gives is different, version 3 (planned for early 2008 approximately) will not support @font-face and there is no specific date for future versions.

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    Mozilla plans for the mobile web

    Mike Schroepfer, "vice-president of engineering" at Mozilla has recently published a post titled Mozilla plans for the mobile web. It is learned that the next platform Mozilla2 (which will be the basis of Firefox 4) adapted to be between other mobile web, implying architectural changes to adapt the mobile terminals (little available memory, limited bandwidth, etc.). Hopefully Firefox also benefit (especially memory consumption level). Christian Sejersen, formerly the head of Openwave (company strongly involved in Web browsers mobile, WAP, WML, etc.) has recently been hired by Mozilla. He will be responsible for a R center Mozilla longstanding also join this team. The long-term goal is proposed Mobile version of Firefox extensions that can run existing and allow to program in XUL OPUR of mobile phones applications. Minimo, the mobile browser project based on Mozilla will no longer be developed. As against the development of Joey, the extension that allows you to send web content (images, videos, RSS feeds, etc.) on mobile phones will remain active!

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    Hidden preferences in Firefox but no comprehensive documentation

    There are many hidden preferences in Firefox but no comprehensive documentation, much less French. This is normal as this represents a huge amount of work and in addition, many of these preferences have no reason to be changed therefore be known. The purpose of this article is to present some preferences that may interest you.

    To understand this article, you must know Change advanced Firefox preferences.

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    What is the user.js file?

    Options for Linux), there are other hidden potential, as well as Firefox and Thunderbird Mozilla Suite.

    Preference is a value or a program of behavior that can be changed. Preferences changed via the user interface (via the Options panel) generally take effect immediately and are stored in the prefs.js file in your profile. However it is strongly recommended to edit this file, use the file user.js prefer

    The user.js file is located in your profile folder, as prefs.js but it is not created by default. If it does not exist, simply create a text file with a text editor such as Notepad, emacs or vi, and save it under the name user.js Make sure it is in the same folder as the file prefs.js.

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