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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

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How to speed up Safari

When Safari starts to inch along slower than Internet Explorer, then you know you have an egregious problem on your hands.  Usually Safari is a zippy browser and it renders pages with alacrity.  Most of the time it doesn’t fuss:

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