Archive for the Software Category

Free Alternatives to 10 Popular Commercial Mac Applications

Posted in Apple, Software on September 19, 2008 by v1ruz

List of the most frequently used Mac applications and provided a free counterpart for each of them. Hopefully, they’ll serve you as well as the paid versions.

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10 Smart Javascript Techniques to Improve Your UI

Posted in Software on September 17, 2008 by v1ruz

here are many clever and useful ways to improve a site from the user interface perspective. A developer can find nearly any snippet of Javascript to achieve what he or she wants to accomplish.

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The Power User’s Guide to Google Chrome

Posted in Software on September 9, 2008 by v1ruz

Become a keyboard shortcut master, take a peek under the hood, and customize its behavior and skin with some of the best shortcuts, bookmarklets, themes, add-ons, and subtle functionality in Google Chrome.

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How-To: Enable All Chrome’s Best Features in Firefox

Posted in Software on September 4, 2008 by v1ruz

From incognito browsing and the streamlined download manager to URL highlighting and improved search, let’s take a look at how you can bring some of Google Chrome’s best features to Firefox.

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Speed test: Google Chrome beats Firefox, IE, Safari

Posted in Software on September 3, 2008 by v1ruz

Google’s Chrome trounces Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Safari on speed tests for JavaScript, a key foundation for rich Web apps.

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First Images of Google Chrome

Posted in Software on September 2, 2008 by v1ruz

The site provides the screenshot above, plus a set of demonstration videos that can
’t actually be played because they have either been removed or set to private. We’ve uploaded the splash screens to these videos so you can at least get a fuzzy sense of what Chrome’s features look like.

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Google Chrome, a browser by Google

Posted in Software on September 2, 2008 by v1ruz

This had been rumored for some time but now it’s official — Google is working on their own (open source) browser.

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