FireFox

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Saturday, February 18, 2006

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Thursday, February 16, 2006

Google's Larry Page's CES Keynote


Google's Larry Page's CES Keynote from January 2006 at the Las Vegas Hilton to a packed and enthusiastic auditorium. Arguably one of the bext CES keynotes in recent years.

Larry rides out in the car that won the DARPA challenge, Talks about the Google Video, the Google Video Store, a CBS content Partnership, Negroponte's 100 dollar Laptop, Google Pack, Google Earth and his company's plan for the future. A press embargo forced us to omit the parts (including a Q&A) with special guest Robin Williams.

Page, although semi-monotone, delivers an unassuming and earnest keynote to the delight of the crowd.

Monday, February 13, 2006

EFF-Austin

Friday, February 10, 2006

The Firemonger Project

The Firemonger Project


Firemonger 1.5.0.1 is now out. This version contains Firefox 1.5.0.1 and Thunderbird 1.5, along with some bug fixes, theme/extension updates and assorted text changes. We're now looking at developing the next release of Firemonger, which should see the return of the "lite" version. Additionally, serious discussions have begun regarding the new website, which should see work beginning within the next month. Hopefully, the new website will enable us to update our content on a more frequent basis and allow our translators to keep up with the English site more easily.

Thursday, February 09, 2006

Mouse Runner's Free Firefox Screensavers

Quick Online Tips: Fix Incompatible Firefox Extensions after Upgrades

Wednesday, February 08, 2006

www.tweakguides.com
"What's wrong with Internet Explorer?" you say - well for starters Microsoft was getting complacent. Internet Explorer's vulnerability to numerous security breaches was growing by the day, yet many simple things MS could do to patch these up were left undone. Along comes Firefox as a legitimate challenger with a range of great built-in features and MS has suddenly been forced as part of Windows XP SP2 to incorporate many of these much-needed security and convenience features into the latest version of the world's most used Internet browser. In fact Microsoft has already announced that the upcoming Internet Explorer 7 will include even more features which resemble those of Firefox, such as tabbed browsing. All of this has been spurred on solely by Firefox's existence and growing popularity. So even if you're a dyed-in-the-wool Internet Explorer user, you have Firefox to thank for the current and upcoming improvements to IE.

Ok, so aside from helping improve Internet Explorer, what else makes Firefox great? That's also easy to answer: It has all the useful and familiar features of Internet Explorer, yet provides additional features, better security, far stricter adherence to web standards, much less of Internet Explorer's quirky behavior, and most important of all: far greater potential for customization.

Whether you're a first-time user or a veteran, this Firefox Tweak Guide brings together all the major tips, tricks and tweaks for Firefox. From the basic to the advanced, the following 11 pages of information are sure to enhance your Firefox experience. Most of all you can rest assured that the guide is not written by a raving Firefox fanboy - it's a true objective TweakGuides tweak guide, and not a gushing ad for a free web browser.

Go ahead and try the guide!


Note: This guide refers to the latest official version of Mozilla Firefox Version 1.5.0.1. The guide is designed specifically for those running Firefox on Windows XP, however most of the tweaks in this guide apply to Firefox on other platforms. Make sure to check back regularly for updates.
NetApplications, a provider of Web-based applications that measure, monitor and market Web sites for Small to Medium Enterprises (SME), today announced its monthly Web site traffic analysis. In November 2005, browser usage numbers revealed that Mozilla's new Firefox 1.5 browser sparked new user adoption, putting it back on track to reach the critical 10% market threshold. Apple's Safari also has seen continued gains with steady, consistent traction.

Mozillas recent release of Firefox 1.5 has already had an impact on browser usage. November 2005 browser numbers indicate that Firefox continues to gain market share, reaching 8.84%. Apples Safari is also taking small bites of out of the browser market share reaching 2.78%. And, while Firefox's gains have been fast and choppy over the last 12 months, Safari's growth has been steady. Safari held 1.56% usage market share for December 2004, and has increased its market share each month without slipping.

Whats interesting is that in the last week of November, Firefox hit as high as 9.09% market share, which is indicative of its potential to hit a critical mass of 10%, Vince Vizzaccaro, executive vice president of marketing and strategic relationships at NetApplications Âťobserved.

The new release is noticeably quicker and it offers improved security over its predecessor. Furthermore, its rendering of complex pages is greatly enhanced. Mozilla promises a steady pattern of upgrades to Firefox, positioning itself to keep the market share gained so far, and to set the stage for greater growth in the future.

November Browser Market Share:
Microsoft Internet Explorer - 86.08%
FireFox - 8.84%
Safari - 2.78%
Netscape - 1.25%
Opera - 0.53%
Other - 0.43%

October Browser Market Share:
Microsoft Internet Explorer - 86.52%
FireFox - 8.59%
Safari - 2.56%
Netscape - 1.26%
Opera - 0.54%
Other - 0.53%

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Saturday, February 04, 2006

Lavasoft & Spybot-S&D (Free)


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