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Error launching browser window:no XBL binding for browser

 
Mozilla Firefox is known for being much safer than other browsers, but sometimes you can get some strange error messages, in most cases because of incompatible extensions. Still, there is no need to despair, it is very easy to fix them. ...
Posted by: on September 16, 2006 at 03:07. (11 comments)
 

Firefox crashing with Yahoo! Messenger

 
Sometimes, Firefox crashes all the sudden even though you did not do anything out of the ordinary. In some cases this is caused by a bug in one of Yahoo! Messenger's files. ...
Posted by: on May 22, 2006 at 15:07. (8 comments)
 

Browsershots

 
Did you ever want to see how your website looks like in various browsers and operating systems? Now it's easier than you think: just let this neat website do screenshots of web pages you choose. ...
Posted by: on April 6, 2006 at 09:40. (0 comments)
 

Urban Dictionary (or wtf does l33t mean?)

 
How many times did you see someone using a slang expression like QFT or FTW and wondered what on earth he is talking about? Well, someone came with the amazing idea of making a dictionary to help you. ...
Posted by: on March 18, 2006 at 11:34. (0 comments)
 

Backup your Firefox and Thunderbird settings

 
How many times did you lose your settings, bookmarks or even emails by reinstalling your operating system or simply reinstalled your Mozilla browser/email manager? Now you can no longer worry about losing anything! ...
Posted by: on March 18, 2006 at 04:59. (1 comment)
 

Get your Gmail with Mozilla Thunderbird

 
The main difference between Gmail and Yahoo mail resides in the POP3 and SMTP facility, which Gmail offers for free. What is POP3? POP3 is an acronym for Post Office Protocol version 3, and it is an Internet standard protocol, to retrieve email from a remote email server. It usually comes in a bundle with SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol), which is a standard for transmitting mails across the Internet. ...
Posted by: on March 11, 2006 at 09:10. (3 comments)
 

How do I disable Internet Explorer?

 
Because Internet Explorer is very exposed to viruses, and the use of Firefox, Opera and other alternative browsers has become something usual, you may want to disable Microsoft's integrated browser. ...
Posted by: on March 5, 2006 at 07:55. (0 comments)
 

What are proxies or how do I protect my anonymity?

 
From the Latin word "proximus" which means "close". A proxy is actually a server which helps you have anonymity on the Internet. It is like a wall between you and the net. When you use a proxy, the webpage on the other side won't be able to see you, but just the wall (proxy), thus making you anonymous. ...
Posted by: on March 5, 2006 at 07:33. (4 comments)
 

How to block referrer detection?

 
Do you want complete privacy? Don't let servers know even where you come from! Block referrers being sent to them simply and easily. ...
Posted by: on February 28, 2006 at 14:41. (1 comment)
 

How to find out your IP address

 
An IP address is an unique id for your PC when you are on the internet, and in most cases you are stuck with each other. The only exception is if your ISP is assigning the IP to you through DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol), which means that you have a different one every time. Let's see two efficient methods of finding out your IP address. ...
Posted by: on February 27, 2006 at 14:30. (0 comments)
 

What is spyware and how do I protect my PC from it?

 
Spyware is similar to worms and viruses which infect your computer, not to cause harm, but rather to spy on your behavior on the net, bring unwanted ads, dubious toolbars and sites to your PC without your approval. There probabably isn't a PC which has never been at one time infected with spyware. ...
Posted by: on February 26, 2006 at 16:36. (0 comments)
 

Stumble Upon - random surfing around the web

 
If you are bored of browsing the same old sites every time you log on to your computer , you have a solution just a few clicks away. ...
Posted by: on February 26, 2006 at 15:50. (2 comments)
 

How can I read foreign language sites?

 
We all encountered sites in Russian, French or Chinese on very interesting topics. The problem that pops up very quickly in our heads is: How the hell do I read this? ...
Posted by: on February 26, 2006 at 10:59. (1 comment)
 

Protect your web surfing privacy!

 
Did you know that somebody with physical access to your PC can find out almost everything about your browsing habits and history? No? Well, you'd be surprised how easy it is, so let's see how you can erase the tracks of where you've been on the web. ...
Posted by: on February 26, 2006 at 07:45. (0 comments)
 

No more ads! Adblock for Firefox

 
How many times have you been annoyed by ads? How many times did you want to get rid of them at least for a bit? Well, now it's no longer a dream, it is as real as possible and only few clicks away. ...
Posted by: on February 25, 2006 at 15:21. (0 comments)
 

Why use Firefox instead of Internet Explorer?

 
The question of which is the best browser on the market is a highly debated one. Many people have never given a second thought about what they are using in their daily web activities and especially why. ...
Posted by: on February 25, 2006 at 13:07. (2 comments)
 


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An electronic book, usually, is a book published in electronic form that can be downloaded to computers. Over the Internet, you cand find almost everything by doing the right search. Here is a list of free E-Books sites. ...


Posted by: Endless on March 10, 2006 at 03:43. (2 comments)

» Creating a customized session handling system in PHP (part I)

They are used on most websites, yet very few people know they even exist. They use various technologies like "cookies", "SQL", but not many know they can create their very own session handling systems to handle their own need. I will try to explain the technology behind the sessions and very much how to get your own sessions up and running. ...


Posted by: Indy on July 29, 2006 at 08:57. (2 comments)

» Change the size of your Explorer thumbnails

Thumbnails are small previews of images you have in different folders on your computer. If you don't like them, they can be disabled. Just check out this article: Remove previews from Windows Explorer. The size of the thumbnails is a default one, and it can not be modified by normal methods. ...


Posted by: Nitro on March 9, 2006 at 13:03. (2 comments)

» Interchanging 2 variables without the use of a third

There are several ways Iíve seen over the years of interchanging 2 variables. Iíll show you here how you can do it with bitwise operations. This method is most efficient when used in combination with assembler. In C++ it is looked at more like a curiosity than a real method by most. However if you would want to make your C++ code harder to read, then this can be helpful. ...


Posted by: Nitro on September 16, 2006 at 05:30. (6 comments)

» Remove previews from Windows Explorer

Previews are very annoying, especially if you have a folder with LOTS of multimedia content (movies, images, html files, you get the picture), and Explorer will try to generate thumbnails of them. This can take up the processor and of course your time, becoming a pain in your... ...


Posted by: Nitro on March 6, 2006 at 14:26. (3 comments)

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