After more than a half year since the first Opera 9.5 public build, desktop team just released Opera 9.5 Release Candidate (RC). One of the most important changes which you should know before installing is that “On Windows, this build will by default replace the default installation of Opera.” Continue Reading
In case you haven’t subscribed to Opera newsteller, here’s a copy of their recent email:
Prepare for launch!
Opera Mini Team (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Dear Opera Community,
Almost two years ago I stepped onto a pier in Seattle to unveil Opera 9 to the world. Many things at Opera have changed since then, but our commitment to providing you a powerful, safe and fast Web experience has not. Since that day we have been hard at work on our next generation browser, codenamed Kestrel. I’m pleased to announce that today we are ready to share the fruits of our labor with you. Continue Reading
I would like to give a small tip to Opera team. Please, add a feature to turn off developer tools by using “X” button in the right corner. I actually haven’t figured out yet how turn it off. Though remember that somehow I managed to do that in old builds.
Screenshot below: Continue Reading
Have you ever wanted to know more about the upcoming Firefox 3 features? Maybe see those features in live action instead of checking dozes of screenshots?
Well, Mike Beltzner created a great video presentation which will probably answer to all your questions and explain everything you ever wanted to know about them. Worth a watch.
Here’s a list of Mozilla T-Shirts which was posted by John Slater. From very old ones like “Firefox 1.0” to “Mozilla 10 Years” and more.
Earlier today Opera Software introduced their new default skin for the upcoming Opera 9.5 release. It is dark, got some shiny and glassy effects, kind of Windows Vista style, though bit too light for that. In case you haven’t seen it yet, check the screenshot below. OK, checked? Let’s start the review now, shall we? Continue Reading
Web browser for kids from ages 3-12 “KidZui” can now be downloaded for free. I guess by offering a free product, you can surely gain more popularity in a shorter period of time.
KidZui has all the sites and games your kids love and much more. With the KidZui browser, you have access to over 600,000 websites, pictures and videos which were approved by trained parents and teachers. You may learn more about KidZui in their home page and download it here.
Earlier today Firefox 3 Release Candidate 2 (RC2) was released. The following build continues polishing Firefox, fixes some (but not all) of a well know issues which were reported with the RC1 release. By checking “Known Issues” article in “Firefox 3 (Release Candidate 2) Release Notes” page, you can see that they still got some work to do before making it “Final”.