Tag: web browsers

Google Apps phases out support for IE6

Another death-knoll for IE6. Hopefully the lingering user base will continue to rapidly decrease for this ancient browser. The more high-profile sites that continue to drop support for this browser the better. I will feel more and more confident in placing a warning at the top of sites that is shown to IE6 users only […]

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Fix YouTube Jumpiness in Firefox – Lifehacker

Many users, myself included, visit YouTube on an almost daily basis. Ever since Firefox version 2.0 implemented the session restore function, when you are watching a video on YouTube (perhaps on other video sites as well, I haven’t really tested that), you may notice a tiny freeze-up of the video every 10 seconds or so. […]

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Mozilla Labs announce Ubiquity 0.5

Well done to Aza Raskin and co for getting the latest version of Ubiquity out the door. You need to manually update and note that some of your old commands might break. Also, you’ll need to be on Firefox 3.5 for this to work. Today Mozilla Labs is happy to announce the release a major […]

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PicLens – King of Firefox extensions?

Well, it might not be king, based on how much usage I get from it, but PicLens is definitely a beauty to play around with, and it’s functional too. I’ve written a full write-up on my business blog, so I won’t repeat it verbatim here, but if you’re interested in my ramblings, check out: http://www.pixelapes.com/2008/03/11/pic-lens-best-browser-extension/ […]

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