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Deleting Password

Internet browsers do provide a way for users who dislike keying in their passwords every time they log in a favorite website that requires one.

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Firefox Quick Tip: Scramble Your Keystrokes with KeyScrambler

A must install when working on shared and public terminals (provided that you can install Firefox add-ons). Keyloggers often target web browsers since it’s that particular interface where a lot of user authentication happens. Well sure, some jealous husbands and wives install them to check whether their respective spouses are cheating on them but if you are ever so loyal, …Continue reading →

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Tech News: Gmail Offers Always HTTPS Option

I always prefer to connect and log-in to websites via https. They’re a lot more secure and is highly recommended for those leeching off free Wi-Fi connections, using Internet cafe terminals, and to those who are just plain paranoid. Previously, you can only do this by manually entering the https://mail.google.com in your URL bar, or perhaps bookmark it, or use …Continue reading →

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Download: PicLens 1.7

Quite some time ago, we featured Cooliris Previews as a must-have add-on for Firefox. Knowing what the linked page contains before actually clicking it does have its perks. From the same company comes PicLens – another browser add-on (though not just exclusively for FF, you can get with for IE and Safari) that redefines how you view popular websites. If …Continue reading →

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Tech News: Internet Explorer 8 Beta is Out!

I am still an out and out Firefox fan but anything that involves my OS’ manufacturer deserves a look somehow. And when news has it that the new Internet Explorer 8 would be standards-compliant, it definitely has my attention (though I can’t seem to avoid not snickering when I get to think of “standards compliance” and “Internet Explorer” in the …Continue reading →

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IE Quick Tip: Add Find as You Type Search in Internet Explorer

Huzzah! After nearly a year of not posting anything related to Internet Explorer (that’s how I hate using that non-standards compliant browser), here’s one. Not that I don’t use IE since I do for IE Tab to log-in to multiple accounts at the same time. Anyway, one feature that Firefox has that readily trumps IE is its find as you …Continue reading →

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Windows Tip: How to Access the Hidden Browser in XP

This is one great “hack” if you happen to need to browse the Internet but the dastardly administrators just blocked out the use of Internet Explorer and prevented you from installing software like Mozila Firefox. If using a standalone browser via USB flash drive (Don’t you just want to throttle people when that happens as well.), then you might want …Continue reading →

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Office Tip: Create Hyperlinks by Right-Clicking and Dragging in Word 2007

One thing about Word is that, once you type in something that has “http://”, “www.” and a “.com” in a sequence, it automatically creates a hyperlink pointing to that specific URL. While keyboard ninjas would swear by Ctrl+C and Ctrl+V combo. There are still more ways to create hyperlinks in Microsoft Word. Here’s a nifty trick that you can do …Continue reading →

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IE Tip: Get Session Restore in Internet Explorer with IEPlus

It’s one of the reasons why I never touched IE again even with IE7 and its attempts to be as good as Firefox. It doesn’t care about you losing all your work just in case it or Windows crashes. Firefox has a robust session restore as a default feature. But one consolation for IE users is that at least you …Continue reading →

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Tech News: Google Makes Available Google Gears (BETA)

Hot off the news and into your computer. Google just made available Google Gears (BETA). It’s “an open source browser extension that enables web applications to provide offline functionality using JavaScript APIs.” These include: Store and serve application resources locally Store data locally in a fully-searchable relational database Run asynchronous Javascript to improve application responsiveness Imagine web applications continuing to …Continue reading →

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