How about Opening Firefox inside Firefox? Not bad huh? and its really easy too just type in this url in a new tab in Firefox and there you go! Firefox inside Firefox! (click following url or copy paste in a web browser):
A freshly installed copy of Firefox is a great software package, but what makes this open-source browser so special is the ability to customize it via extensions and themes to really make it yours. The problem is, there are so many available add-ins, it’s tough to know what’s worth installing and what’s just going to junk up your system. * Tools for taming the Web * Visual improvements * Matters of convenience * Information gatherers * Web developer essentials
This is cool new service that allows anyone to upload and publish document online just like Youtube videos.
You can covert document between many different formats, including Word, PDF, plain text, HTML, JPEG, PowerPoint, Excel, Postscript, LIT, and even audio format. You donâ€™t have to sign up to download or upload files.
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Scribd lets you publish and discover documents online. It is like a big online library where anyone can upload. We make use of a custom Flash document viewer that lets you display documents right in your Web browser. There are all sorts of other features that make it easy and fun to publish, convert, embed, analyze, and read documents.
Part of the idea behind Scribd is that everyone has a lot of documents sitting around on their computers that only they can read. With Scribd we hope to unlock this information by putting it on the web.
MSDN blog reports that the final version of IE 7 downloaded 100 Million times in last 3 months. IE 7 was launched 3 months back.
From the blog page: I’m pleased to report that on January 8th, we had the 100 millionth IE7 installation. However, even more important than installations is usage. According to WebSideStory (the company we use to measure browser usage), as of this week, over 25% of all visitors to websites in the US were using IE7, making IE7 the second most used browser after IE6. We expect these numbers to continue to rise as we complete our final localized versions, scale up AU distribution, and with the consumer availability of Windows Vista on January 30, 2007.
Weebly is yet another AJAX driven web site. It is the easiest way to create a great looking website and share it with the world for free. From personal to professional sites, Weebly will enable you to spend your time on the most valuable part of your site, its content
=> Drag and Drop Interface => Variety of Themes => Personalized Subdomains => Export to Zip File => Numerous Content Elements => Photos, Videos, Maps, Ads, etc
This service is like Google Page Creator where user can select template and add the web pages using on line editor. So what is the difference between two? Weebly allows to export your site to a zip file. This can be useful if you want to host your site on a different server, or to back up your site for recovery purposes.
Weebly is compatible with Internet Explorer 5.5+/7 and Firefox 1.5+/2.0 on Windows, Firefox 1.5+/2.0 on Linux and Firefox 1.5+/2.0 on Mac OS X.
Internet Explorer 7 released candidate now available for download.
According to IEBlog: “The RC1 build includes improvements in performance, stability, security, and application compatibility. You may not notice many visible changes from the Beta 3 release; all we did was listen to your feedback, fix bugs that you reported, and make final adjustments to our CSS support. I do want to call attention to two changes in particular”
First, IE7 RC1 setup automatically detects and uninstalls previous IE7 betas before trying to install IE7 so you donâ€™t have to. Weâ€™ll post more detail on the install/uninstall process very soon.
A portable app is a computer program that you can carry around with you on a portable device and use on any Windows computer. When your USB flash drive, portable hard drive, iPod or other portable device is plugged in, you have access to your software and personal data just as you would on your own PC. And when you unplug the device, none of your personal data is left behind.
Firefox Portable is a repackaged version of Firefox designed to run from a USB flash drive, iPod, external hard drive or other portable media. It arose out of a mozillaZine thread in June of 2004. John T. Haller released the first packaged version and has led its further development. It includes a specialized launcher that adjusts extensions and themes to work as it is moved from different computers. There is also a portable version of Firefox available for Macintosh computers called Portable Firefox OS X. Download updated portable app version here.