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Apr 11, 2008
SY Tan

Enhance Browsing Experience with Polstergeist Browser 6.5

Extracting information required from the net can be a tedious and time consuming task. You need to do searches on the information required and access the sites one by one to extract the information required. To enhance and streamline your browsing process, probably you should try out the free application, Polstergeist Browser.
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Apr 6, 2008
Tip and Trick Editorial

Fix Safari 3.1 Fails Acid3 Test to 100/100 with New WebKit Download

Apple’s latest web browser Safari 3.1 can pass the Acid2 Web Standards Project test suites that identify web page rendering flaws in web browsers and other applications that render HTML and CSS, and in fact is the first browser that able to pass the test. However, in Acid3 test from the Web Standards Project that checks how well a web browser follows web standards, especially technologies related to DOM and JavaScript such as ECMAScript, DOM Level 2,Scalable Vector Graphics, XML and data: URIs., Safari 3.1 fails the linktest with score of 75/100 on sub-tested passed.
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Apr 3, 2008
SY Tan

Download Firefox 3 Beta 5 for Testing

Mozilla has released its next generation browser, Firefox 3 Beta 5, yesterday. This public preview version was released intended for developers to try out and give their feedback. Users or developers can download the Firefox 3 Beta 5 version from Mozilla for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux. It is available in 45 languages. The full and final version of Firefox 3 will only be released then the product is fully tested and ready.
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Mar 31, 2008
SY Tan

How to Monitor or Track Real Time Price Movement on Amazon Product?

Many users do trade in Amazon.com, an American based e-commerce company for various products. Unlike buying things from the market, buyers might have difficulties to make direct negotiation from sellers. So how to make sure you always strike a good deal for yourself? One of the efficient ways is to monitor the price movement of your selected products. To keep track or monitor the price movement physically is a tedious job. If you are using Firefox browser, why not considering a few useful plugins or extensions below that can undertake the task?


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Mar 30, 2008
Tip and Trick Editorial

Workaround to Re-Open Last Opened Tabs When Exit The Next Time Using Internet Explorer in IE8 Beta 1

Internet Explorer 7 (IE7) has a very useful feature that allows users to re-open the tabs the next time using Internet Explorer web browser with all web pages reloaded as when the IE window is closed. Typically, IE7 will ask for confirmation when there is multiple tabs open when users attempt to close or exit from IE7, and there is a “Open these the next time I use Internet Explorer” check box that users can select to reopen all existing tabs that are closed when IE7 is run again.
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