Firefox is often under rated in light of Chrome’s simplicity. Under the hood, Firefox packs a slew of powerful features that can dramatically boost your browsing experience. We showcase five handy yet underused features in Firefox
Want to play a song within your browser when you are working without having to navigate to another page? Well, we have got the add-on that will just do the job for you.
Want to make a meme quickly but too bored to visit a site to do the job? You are not alone. Meme-Generator for Windows 8 simplifies this job with a collection of over 200 memes. The best part? It works offline.
Windows 8.1 is stuffed with a lot of improvements topped with some impressive new features over Windows 8. We focus on five important aspects of Windows 8.1 showcased in the preview that make it OS stand out.
Windows 8.1 Preview is now available for download. Microsoft is now letting you install Windows either through ISO or directly from the Windows Store. Here is a detailed guide explaining how to install Windows 8.1 on your PC.
Firefox 22 brings WebRTC and OdinMonkey to the table among many other new features. We pit Firefox 22 against Chrome 27 and check out how it fares with traditional and memory benchmarks.
While this may come as a surprise to many, but the long under development Internet Explorer flavor of the famous Adblock Plus is now in a working state. Finally, you can try out the latest version of Internet Explorer without ads.
With all the uproar over US government’s PRISM surveillance program, it is very likely that you are willing to act to safeguard your privacy online. Here are few simple tools which can help protect your privacy.
With Firefox 21 we witness some interesting performance improvements across traditional browser benchmarks while being memory efficient.
Despise using Adobe Flash for YouTube? Worry Not. HTML5 Video for YouTube extension for Google Chrome serves you any YouTube video in pure HTML5 format.