Maintain a consistent look between browsers with this look at Opera settings and preferences. Continue reading
I don’t know about you, but when I’m doing research on the Internet the last thing I want to do is have to scan en entire page of nonsense when I can just hit a shortcut key and search for a keyword. You may already know how to do this, but Mozilla Firefox offers an even faster way… Continue reading
If you’re a Google Chrome user, then you’ve probably seen the nifty dashboard screen at one time or another. Among other options, it’s a place that shows you your most visited sites in thumbnails form for quick an easy access. Learn how you can pin those thumbnails in place with this tip! Continue reading
Do you have a friend or loved one making their way through college? Well, hurry up and tell them about Google Scholar! It allows you to search for all kinds of academically published papers, theses and peer-reviews! It’s the ultimate college tool! Continue reading
One of our readers sent us the following tidbit.
When visiting a website, just type (or copy and paste) the following into a browser’s address bar, to learn when that site was updated last.
Here’s an Internet Explorer 9 address bar showing the WorldStart home page.
If you want to look at the web in a whole new light, try Qwiki.com. This online encyclopedia has all the facts and information you need, but it presents them in a unique visual format that will keep you coming back for more.
Each Qwiki is a slick multimedia presentation that typically lasts for no more than a minute
Google Chrome browser has risen to be one of the most popular web browsers, with a nifty set of features that have impressed Internet users. The support for add-ons known as extensions, the support for tabs, speed dial on the home screen and an awesome speed, takes Google Chrome to the very next level and beyond what many other browsersare currently offering. Behind the scenes, Google
While searching for an answer to a reader’s question about Google Chrome (an answer that was never found), I ran across the Chrome Task Manager. Since, for a couple years, Chrome was my default browser, you might think I’d have noticed this before. You’d be wrong.
The Task Manager in Chrome is very similar to the Windows Task Manager, in that