The vitriol and hate in response to Google’s decision to move away from NPAPI support is just astounding. You would think that Google was trying to steal their first born children. The ranting and the hatred in some of the comments at the Chromium Blog and other threads over the matter is crazy and born entirely from a place of ignorance. These folks clearly do not understand plug-ins or the direction web browsers are going out of necessity.
In our previous post entitled Parental Control Using OpenDNS we discussed parental control through OpenDNS and in one of the steps the users should clear the cache of the browser and this post is a follow up to that post and will inform you how to clear the cache for all major browsers.
In our previous post entitled “Parental Control Guide Part One: OpenDNS Single Computer Configuration” we’ve discussed parental control through OpenDNS and in one of the steps the users should clear the cache of the browser and this post is a follow up to that post and will inform you how to clear the cache for all major browsers.
You might be a happy and enthusiastic Internet Explorer aka IE user, you’ve always used it to browse your favourite websites, check your social media, do your shopping, so your internet banking and play YouTube videos. One day you launch Internet Explorer and it crashes, you try again and it only crashes, you even restarted your computer and Internet Explorer does nothing but crashes. Unfortunately Internet Explorer is the only browser on your computer so you can’t even search the internet for the solution and that’s the problem. What do you do?
How to sync bookmarks across Safari, Chrome, Internet Explorer and Firefox? That’s very useful as many people use Safari on their iPad, Mozilla Firefox on their Linux machine, Google chrome or Microsoft Internet Explorer on their laptop or PC and Opera on their Android devices and they want to sync bookmarks across all of these devices and thus across all of these browsers.
We’re in the era of connected devices. You’ve a tablet, a computer and a smart phone each is a unique device and each is suitable for certain tasks. What is common through all of these devices is logging into the Internet. Let’s face this truth a device without Internet connection is like a sitting duck (in other words, it’s a…
If you followed the tech news regularly, then you probably know that Mozilla is currently developing an Operating System (OS) based on Firefox, which is called the Firefox OS. This OS will not work in desktop or laptops, at least that is the plan till now. Rather, this one is targeted at smartphones. It is expected that soon you will…