Do you know that HTTPS (Secure HTTP) and VPN (Virtual Private Network) are the more secure way to browse the internet? And do you know what exactly happen behind the scenes when you browse the website with HTTPS and VPN?
Here are two resent video in youtube by privacy team of Google, where they are trying to explain the technical things in simple English, that what happen when you browse website or use internet using HTTPS or VPN.
Firefox might be your chosen browser for its speed, useful add-ons, and open-source culture, it’s also packed with many useful built-in features.
Here is one of them in which you can open multiple web sites at launch on Firefox.
You know that you can set one home page when browser launch. Now in Firefox you can set multiple websites as home page when Firefox launch. For example you may like Facebbok and Twitter to launch every time you open your browser.
In Firefox, go to Options > General. In the home page field, enter URLs separated by pipes. For example “http://www.facebook.com | http://www.twitter.com | http://….” and so on. Then, hit “OK” and relaunch your browser to see the magic happen. Read more…
AMY Winehouse’s death has been the most Googled subject this summer.
Fans scrambled to use the internet giant to get info on the tragedy last month, new figures show. Excluding the pop diva, 27, the top celebrity name punched into the search engine was that of the Beckhams new born daughter Harper Seven.
Dad David only made it to fifth place, while new Dragons’ Den telly investor Hillary Devey, 54, was a surprise entry nat No2. Among searches for football clubs, struggling Arsenal came top.
If you got some problem in your computer and asked for help to the service provider, you need to provide the serial number for you computer which is also called service tag, by this they can track the logs of issue and the hardware of your computer.
For the loatop its very easy to find the service tag, which is in the base of laptop. For the desktop computer its somewhere in the back side of CPU. Its just the sticker with service tag stick on it. Some time its not visible properly or its not available there. Also the sticker that holds the service tag is often placed at a more harder-to-reach location.
So here is the simple way how you can know the serial number for your computer or service tag. Read more…
The next version of Mozilla’s web browser, Firefox 6, will be officially released on Tuesday, August 16. There are no major UI changes; most of the other changes are under the hood. That’s a welcome upgrade as Firefox 6 is reportedly 20% faster than Firefox 5. Also, while Firefox 6 does offer full screen support, it’s not Lion-native fullscreen support, which is somewhat of a disappointment.
For those of you who don’t want to wait till Tuesday, you can actually download the final release of Firefox 6.0 here from Mozilla’s FTP servers.