Internet Explorer Top Browser Of 2011, Followed By Firefox And Chrome

Internet Explorer Top Browser Of 2011, Followed By Firefox And Chrome

Peoples’ usage on Internet Browsers have led Microsoft’s official Web Browser ‘Internet Explorer (IE)’ on top in 2011. Through many ups and downs, Google’s Web Browser Google Chrome and Firefox hangs on 2nd and 3rd position respectively. It appears that Web Browsers are Fighting for something special. And Google Chrome is gaining market share first. Check details data and stat below.

By On January 5, 2012 Respond
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Mozilla Officially Releases Firefox 6 – Download Now

Mozilla Officially Releases Firefox 6 – Download Now

Firefox 6 is now officially ready for your download. If you are a big fan of Mozilla , or just an armchair browser expert, you may already start using the new Firefox rapid refresh cycle that’s seen three releases in the past five months. Now Mozilla officially released the Firefox 6 and now available for download on thei site.

By On August 17, 2011 Respond
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Opera Mini 6 Available For iPhone And iPad

Opera Mini 6 Available For iPhone And iPad

Opera Software’s small but fast and feisty Opera Mini 6 browser has made its way into the Apple App Store and can be downloaded and used both on the iPhone and iPad, brings quite a few updates including an improved skin and redesigned menus, the ability to open a new page in a background tab, faster panning and zooming, buttons for easy sharing on Facebook, Twitter, My Opera and vKontakte and also better font support for Arabic, Chinese, Vietnamese, and other non-latin languages…………..

By On May 26, 2011 Respond
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Microsoft H.264 plug-in For Google Chrome Finily Released

Microsoft H.264 plug-in For Google Chrome Finily Released

Google made waves in the Web geek community last month when it announced that it would be discontinuing support for H.264 video in its Chrome Web browser, but now Microsoft has released a plug-in for Google Chrome that will give you H.264 video support even after Google pulls the plug……..

By On February 3, 2011 2 Responses
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Opera Coming To Sony TVs And Blu-ray

Opera Coming To Sony TVs And Blu-ray

Sony and Opera announced that they’ll work together to bring Opera Web browser on Sony connected devices like TV sets and Blu-ray players.Opera chosen by Sony and will support HTML5, OIPF and HbbTV……

By On January 21, 2011 Respond
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New 3D Browser For Windows Phone 7 – SurfCube

New 3D Browser For Windows Phone 7 – SurfCube

Kinabalu Innovation Ltd have just released new 3D browser for Windows Phone 7.“The browser fills the entire screen, and the controls are placed on the sides of a cube which can be rotated in 3D with your finger or by flicking the phone itself,” the app is described on its page in the wp7applist.

By On December 30, 2010 Respond
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Opera Mobile 10.1 for Android

Opera Mobile 10.1 for Android

Experience the Web on your mobile phone with Opera Mobile 10.1.Experience the Web on your mobile phone and Opera rendering engine displays complete Web pages, just like on your computer.Opera Mobile 10.1 is now available for Android…….

By On November 9, 2010 Respond
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IE 9 Beta launching September 15th

IE 9 Beta launching September 15th

Although Microsoft hasn’t named a release date for IE9’s beta, the six-to-eight week stretch between each Platform Preview may provide a clue: If the company sticks to the same gap between the fourth preview and the beta, the latter should show on or after September 15…….

By On August 13, 2010 Respond
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Net browsing can be more faster and powerful.

Net browsing can be more faster and powerful.

By using Mozilla Firefox internet browsing can be more faster,powerful and empowering.First glimpse of Firefox 4 was limited to a few tasteful mockups.But this time, Mozilla’s main man Mike Beltzner has revealed the company’s plans for its next generation web browser in its entirety.

By On May 11, 2010 Respond
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