Author Archive: Vygantas
Vygantas is a former web designer whose projects are used by companies such as AMD, NVIDIA and departed Westood Studios. Being passionate about software, Vygantas began his journalism career back in 2007 when he founded FavBrowser.com. Having said that, he is also an adrenaline junkie who enjoys good books, fitness activities and Forex trading.
Out of the box, Firefox 3 is already an incredible web browser. But when you consider all of the power tools that can be added to it, it’s even better. Check out these add-ons for Firefox 3, and you’ll take your browser to the next level.
By Jessica Merritt
Flock team just released the world’s first and only fashion and entertainment related browser.
Here’s how the Gloss Edition will treat you:
Be the first to know when you have new messages or content waiting for you.
Stay up on the latest news from over 35 of the best fashion/celeb/entertainment sites on the web.
Get the latest media streams for fashion interviews, red carpet events, and the latest styles. Continue Reading
Are you receiving an annoying “This download has been blocked by your Security Zone Policy” error? According to a quote from FirefoxFacts:
Starting in Firefox 3, downloads of executable files (e.g., .exe or .msi) may fail and the Firefox Downloads window will contain this message, under the filename: This download has been blocked by your Security Zone Policy. Continue Reading
Since there was a tip on changing Firefox 3 color scheme, this one is for Opera users.
If you are using Opera 9.5 and don’t know this trick yet, you can easily change skin color scheme by following those steps:
Tools > Appearance
Find “Color Scheme” setting in the bottom and play with it.
Are you tired of your current Firefox skin? It’s so well made that you just don’t want to change it with any other one? How about a small modification?
With Firefox add-on AnyColor 0.2.0 you can change Firefox 3 theme color scheme.
As it says:
A dynamic theme that lets you customize its appearance on the fly.
Haavard yet again posted a great tip. This one tells you how you can change the maximum opened tabs limit in Opera Mobile 9.5. As he writes:
To increase the number of allowed tabs, go to opera:config, and set “Maximum Allowed Tabs” to the number of your choice (you may have to restart Opera).
Yet another month passed by and it’s time to check how’s your favorite browser doing. On June, Firefox 3 and Opera 9.5 final versions were released. Did release increased those browsers market share? Let’s find out.
Internet Explorer continues its tradition to lose market share. This time it decreased by 0.74%, from 73.75% to 73.01%. Continue Reading
It’s been a month since Firefox 3 Final release. After few security glitches, today Mozilla released Firefox 3.0.1 which fixes 3 security advisories:
Crash with malformed GIF file on Mac OS X
Command-line URLs launch multiple tabs when Firefox not running
Remote code execution by overflowing CSS reference counter
If you haven’t received a notification about available update yet, you can update your browser by clicking “Check for Updates” in the “Help” menu or just download it here.
After a short delay, the 1st and long awaited Beta of Opera Mobile 9.5 was just released. So far, this release works with Windows Mobile only and Symbian support will be added in the upcoming (or final) build(s).
What’s new in it? Well, since Opera Mobile 9.5 is now using Presto rendering engine, it’s much faster, “more than 2.5 times faster than Internet Explorer Mobile” as they claim. Other changes include: Continue Reading