Tag Internet Explorer

Thanks Microsfoft, that is another good reason to use Linux!

This morning I had one of those rare occasions when I needed to boot into Windows XP. Two and a half hours and three re-boots later, Windows had finally finished updating and was ready to let me do some work…. Continue Reading →

Firefox increasingly popular across Europe

The latest new from XiTi Monitor show that Firefox usage rate in Europe has gained nearly five percentage points since April 2006. Firefox cannot be stopped and is now close to 25% of all European browser use. However, Europe still… Continue Reading →

The Mozilla Manifesto

I have been using Mozilla browsers and other software of some years now, I use the the Firefox browser and the Thunderbird e-mail client on a daily basis. It has always felt somehow right. When I first started to use… Continue Reading →

Browser security

Attitudes to security have once again been throwing into relief by the news of security vulnerabilities of two competing web browsers this week. Firstly, a new version of Firefox has been release to address seven security vulnerabilities, four of which… Continue Reading →

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