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How to synchronize your tabs with Firefox

Firefox 29 running in Windows 8.1

Firefox just released version 29 and I’ve got to say this is Mozilla’s magnum opus. Firefox has managed to subjugate woeful web developers with its crispy Firebug plugin and sweeping CSS3 support.  Many coders concur that Firefox is sublime. Sure it isn’t

Posted in Mozilla Firefox, Web Browsers, Windows, Windows 8.1 Tagged with: ,

Should I install a 64-bit browser?

Just because you have a 64-bit version of Windows doesn’t necessarily mean you have a 64-bit browser.  Moreover, just because you have a 64-bit browser doesn’t necessarily mean you’ll see a dramatic performance boost either but that’s still not a

Posted in Google Chrome, How To, Internet Explorer 10, Internet Explorer 9, Mozilla Firefox, Opera, Safari, Web Browsers, Windows 7 Tagged with:

How to disable Java and why you should do it

Java has a long history of being besieged with vulnerabilities. Back in 2010, Microsoft’s Malware Protection Center released a Security Intelligence Report unveiling what the team called an “unprecedented wave of Java exploitation”. Furthermore, Omaha based security firm Solutionary, reported

Posted in Google Chrome, How To, Internet Explorer 10, Internet Explorer 9, Mozilla Firefox, Opera, Safari, Web Browsers, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows Vista, Windows XP Tagged with:

Gain control over how Firefox is using your memory

When your computer starts to slug up your initial reaction might be to give up (irascible users will have to resist the urge to smash the computer sledge style).  Sometimes you can fix the slow Fox with a few browser tweaks;

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How to change your default browser

A few weeks ago I downloaded the Opera web browser because I read version 15 had some interesting features.  The installation was swiftly finished without a cinch so I closed up my laptop and called it a day. The following morning

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