Category Archives: Browsers

Send page by email for Chrome description

Send page by email for Chrome is an extension designed to enable you to send a webpage by email using the context menu. The extension will create a shortcut (page,link,image,text) using the default mailto function. You can also choose to send the email by … Continue reading

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Firefox 8 Officially Lands in Ubuntu 11.10

All Ubuntu 11.10 users can now upgrade (by running the Software Update app from the Settings icon) their default web browser to Firefox 8.0, which was officially released by Mozilla two weeks ago, on November 8th, 2011.

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Firefox 8 Is Available Now For Download with Twitter functionality

The official release of Firefox version 8 is actually on Tuesday, but as happens with most Firefox releases, you can actually download the final version a bit early. Fear not, this is not some crazy hack method or anything. To … Continue reading

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Chrome Extension for Google+ Notifications

If you miss Google+ notifications when you're not visiting a Google page, you can now install a Chrome extension and always get the latest updates.

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Control Other Computers Remotely For Free With Chrome Remote Desktop [Cross-Platform]

A favourite choice for remote assistance across platforms is TeamViewer. It’s free for non-commercial use, fast, and very easy to use even for people who don’t know very much about computers. But now Google have released something called Chrome Remote Desktop, For a … Continue reading

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Google Chrome 17 Finally Has a Fully Working Multiple-Profile Feature

It looks like Google has finally cracked it with Google Chrome 17, technically Chromium 17 for now, multiple profiles work as they should, the integration with Google Accounts also works so the feature is finally usable. Google has been tweaking … Continue reading

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Google Is Testing a New Tablet-Optimized Google Search

Google is working on tablet-specific Google Search. It has tested tweaked designs for tablets in the past, now it's back with another one that seems to mold pretty well to touch interfaces, but also integrates some of the future design … Continue reading

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Google’s latest Chrome release brings redesigned ‘New Tab’ homepage

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Search Through All The Data On Gmail, Google Apps & Twitter With CloudMagic

CloudMagic as the name implies, is all about the services on the cloud. The magic is that it is a super-fast way to search across multiple services – Twitter, Gmail, Google Apps Email, Google Docs, Calendar, and Contacts. Plus, CloudMagic … Continue reading

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Remove Unnecessary Page Elements Before Printing With Print Edit [Firefox]

Print Edit (directory app) is an add-on for Firefox that allows the editing of webpage content while in Print Preview mode. This allows you to remove unwanted content such as advertisements, sidebars, and blank areas that would print unnecessary pages.

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