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[2 Jul 2009 | 12 Comments | ]
Firefox 3.5 vs Google Chrome Comparison

With the release of the new Firefox 3.5 I thought it would be the right time to give Firefox another try after I replaced it with Google Chrome. I found Chrome faster and lighter although I still miss the Firefox add-ons. I installed Firefox 3.5, now let’s get on with the comparative test. First of all let’s take a look at the speed. With the timer in my left hand and with my right hand on the mouse I tried to see how fast the two browsers would open …

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[15 Jun 2009 | 17 Comments | ]

This is a guest post written by Rono, our most faithful reader and commentator 🙂
Cometbird is the most powerful web browser ever made. May be there are many other web browsers like Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox and Opera etc, but the new release by Mozilla, “The Cometbird”, pushes the limits of web browsing. Whenever you think about a perfect web browser, faster browsing and some inbuilt search engines may come to your mind.

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[25 Feb 2009 | One Comment | ]

Google Chrome Backup is a freeware program that allows you to backup and restore your Google Chrome user settings and bookmarks.

You might know that Mozilla Firefox users have a pretty good program for backing up their settings and bookmarks. The program is called MozBackup and it can handle your Thunderbird user data too. When I switched to Google Chrome MozBackup became useless for me, but I was left without a web browser backup program. Until I found Google Chrome Backup (not very creative in picking a name for the program, …

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[13 Jan 2009 | 2 Comments | ]

ALPass is a freeware program that could be very useful for the heavy internet users. It can store your logins and passwords for different website memberships  and subscriptions. Unfortunately it works only with Internet Explorer. 

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[21 Mar 2008 | No Comment | ]

I’m a Firefox user and I’ve been waiting for a new release. You can download Firefox 3 Beta 4 from here, available for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux users in 40 language versions. I heard that it uses less memory resources and that seems to be true: Firefox 2 uses about 52MB of memory on my PC and Firefox 3 Beta 4 eats up about 45MB. I recommend reading this review to find out more about the new Firefox.

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