First, US announces world press freedom day and now this:
Must be one of those “weird” days…
The race is on.
Google Chrome fans will scream out of the excitement, as Google has recently released the very first build of Google Chrome 10 with Crankshaft.
What is that?
Vygantas, it’s confusing and such, just give us benchmarks already.
How could we miss that…
Recently, Google has moved Google Chrome 8 into a stable release list and announced the availability of version 8.0.552.215.
What was changed?
According to the company, this release fixes more than 800 bugs (13 are security related), includes a sandboxed PDF viewer, support for the forthcoming Chrome Web Apps store and experimental Flags menu feature.
What does it do?
Allows you to tweak a setting or two (check the screenshot above).
Exposes all sorts of weird data.
Mozilla team has conducted a survey that aims to learn more about the user browsing habits.
About the survey
Test duration: 7 days
Test type: Global
Versions covered: Firefox 3.5 and Firefox 3.6, Firefox 4 Beta
Data submission: 527,817 test sets submitted in November 2010.
Brings more goodies to the table.
Earlier this month, Microsoft has revealed the very first information about the upcoming Silverlight 5 release.
According to “The Future of Microsoft Silverlight” web site, Silverlight 5 will introduce more than 40 new features, including developer productivity improvements as well as huge boost in the video quality and performance.
Key new features:
• Firefox 5 and Hardware Accelerated Canvas for Mac OS, Linux, XP
Hardware acceleration is great if you are running Vista or Windows 7
• Optimized Firefox for Windows
Now here is something to try for a speed fanatics.
Good news for Windows Phone 7 users.
The application called Chrome to WP7 can now not only send links from Google Chrome, but also Internet Explorer 8 and 9, Firefox, Opera and Safari web browsers.
A neat little app to save your time.
Just a minor update here, until the end of 2010, you will earn more activity points on the ask.favbrowser.com web site.
100 points for registration
10 points for asking a question
15 points for the best answer
3 points for selecting the best answer
3 points for answering a question
1 point for a daily visit
Don’t forget. You can redeem points for a bunch of cool prizes, so head over to ask.favbrowser.com and pick your Christmas gift right now.