Firefox 3.1 with Private Browsing

Private Browsing Firefox

The pre-release versions of Firefox 3.1 bring a new feature in this browser, the Private Browsing. This feature was introduced also in Chrome, the Google browser. The web browser usually records a lot of data while you surf webpages. For example, it records a history of all the web pages you have visited, so that later if you need help remembering a site you visited a while back, it can assist you in finding that site. Switching to Private Browsing no data will be stored on your computer and  nobody can trace your online activities.

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Download Chrome – Web Browser made in Google


Google Chrome now is available for download. Google Chrome is a brand-new browser from the search-engine giant. The software is built on the same Webkit rendering engine as Apple’s Safari browser, but Google has taken its own path with Chrome, opting for a stripped-down look that doesn’t interfere with browsing and adds several unique features such as draggable downloads, a private-browsing mode, and a new JavaScript engine built from the ground up.

Firefox Easter Eggs


This screen shot is taken from Firefox just type about: and below I want to show you a list with all Firefox about info, and some Easter eggs.

The first one is:

Displays BloatView output (disabled in release builds).

Here we are with:

Shows the malware protection page used when the browser identify some page as not safe for viewing. (Firefox 3-specific).

Shows the arguments and options used to compile the build in use

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More Speed Dial in Opera 9.5


Typing addresses for sites you visit frequently is ineffective. Get your favorite Web page with just one click. Speed Dial is a set of visual bookmarks you see when you open a new tab, like a dashboard for your online life. To add a new page, simply click on an empty Speed Dial and Opera will make suggestions based on browsing history and bookmarks.

By default Opera has just 9 Speed Dial. How to add others..?!

Type about:opera in address bar to find the Opera profile folder location (see image below, click to enlarge).


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