In a world where every browser pretty much looks the same, I was intrigued with the announcement that Opera was going to release a gaming browser. The preview picture had me interested; the features are interesting. The default colours are an LED looking red on a black background. Of course, I had to change it … Continue reading Kicking the tires on Opera GX
I get a number of strange looks when people realize that I have a number of web browsers on this computer. I agree that it can be a bit of overkill. In addition to learning the nuances of each, there's the challenge of keeping them up to date. It could have paid off this weekend … Continue reading Who’s laughing now?
...should a person have when configuring a web browser? I had a good back and forth with @pbeens about this today. A fresh installation of any web browser comes with certain settings. With a good browser, you can add extensions to do various things to try to maintain your privacy. But how much is too … Continue reading How Much Paranoia…
I admit it. I have a whole slew of internet browsers installed on my computers. I keep looking for the perfect browser. In my mind, it needs to be fast, secure, compatible with every website known to browserkind, work miracles with Flash and Silverlight, and handle Java, HTML 5, and CSS3 perfectly. Oh, and render … Continue reading Browser Choices
Fuse Labs has done it again. Another offering from there has my interest. One of the handiest things that you can have in a social browser is to have all of your social content easily presented and collated for you. Spindex does that for you without installing anything. Just fire up your web browser, configure … Continue reading A New “Spin” for Social Media
Earlier this week, I received my invitation to use the RockMelt browser and so decided to give it a go. It was a relatively quick download and I was ready to go. My first impression was – hey, this is Google Chrome. In fact, it’s based upon the code from the Chromium project and so … Continue reading RockMelt
Sometimes, it's the little things that put you over the top. One of the things that can really help productivity online is to have a good start. I've tried most everything thing from the configuration in the browsers to using services like Tizmo or Symbaloo. All lend a certain element of functionality that speeds up … Continue reading The Little Things