Surfing the web in Private Browsing Mode there is not trace in your pc about what pages did you open or cookies files, also you don’t have to worry about clearing the History. But this doesn’t mean that you can use to hide your IP or anonymous surfing. Just to be clear!
Chris Johnston has announced the availability of a public WordPress 2.5 demo site.
You can Login with: The username is admin and the password is demo.
It have very cool designs and a lot of new features. The menu is well organized and have really the web2.0 interface. WordPress 2.5 may not be stable and is not for a public use on your website.
Demo Site wp.chrisjohnston.org
EBay Inc. will significantly widen the beta test for San Dimas, its PC application designed to let buyers interact both offline and online with the company’s marketplace.
Until now San Dimas has been available to testers selected by eBay, but it can now be downloaded by eBay buyers for use with the U.S. marketplace.
The application, which has been rebaptized eBay Desktop and was built on Adobe Systems Inc.’s AIR (Adobe Integrated Runtime) platform, will be shown this week at Adobe’s Max 2007 show in Chicago.
So… what’s new in Messenger Beta 2?
If you downloaded our Beta 1 build, you may not think that much has changed. While the look and feel is almost the same, we listened to your feedback and fixed many of the top issues reported by our customers. THANK YOU to all of our beta testers who reported issues.
What else is new around Windows Live?
Windows Live Mail, Photo Gallery, Writer, Toolbar, and OneCare Family Safety are also releasing betas today. Continue reading
The Fedora Project is pleased to announce Fedora 8 Test 2 (7.91)!
Test 2 is for “beta” users. This is the time where we have more features in a “testable” state where the more people using them and the more feedback we get the better. So please help us make Fedora 8 as good as we can!
For more information see F8Test2/ReleaseNotes
Windows Live Messenger 8.5 Beta 2 was released! This beta version is available in almost 35 languages and it is available for downloading now. Windows Live Messenger is the successor of MSN Messenger. This new generation instant messaging application is part of Microsoft’s Windows Live set of online service. The Windows Live Messenger 8.1 was released on 29 January 2007 while the Version 8.5 Beta 1 was subsequently released on 31 May 2007.