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Two New Updates

Posted By On December 7, 2007 @ 2:41 PM In Using The Internet | No Comments

Two New Updates

I just received information about two new updates and I thought you all might like to know about them as well. Yep, that’s right. Today, you’re getting not one, but two awesome updates! The first new release is for the Firefox Web browser and the second is for the all-in-one Internet suite of SeaMonkey. So, if you’re an avid user of either of those applications, you’re going to want to tune in to this tip. It’ll give you all the information you need and more. What do you say we get started?!

Let’s talk about Firefox first. If you remember right, it was just last week that I told you about Firefox v2.0.0.10. Well, some problems were found within that version, so the Mozilla company quickly went to work. And on November 30, 2007, Firefox 2.0.0.11 was released and it is now available for download. This new version corrects some compatibility issues that v2.0.0.10 had with certain Web sites and extensions, which is a pretty important fix! You can download Firefox 2.0.0.11 right here or you can get the update through your Firefox browser itself by going to Help, Check for Updates.

Now, on to SeaMonkey! Also on November 30, 2007, SeaMonkey 1.1.7 was released and it is now available to download for anyone who may be interested. A few bugs were found in the previous version of SeaMonkey (1.1.6) and that’s why this new release has come about. Some of the new features include a security and stability fix and the problem with read-only applications within SeaMonkey has been taken care of as well. You can download SeaMonkey 1.1.7 for yourself right here. All in all, these two new updates are very worthy of your time, so check them out today and keep your computer as up to date as possible!

~ Erin

Two New Updates

Posted By On October 5, 2007 @ 2:30 PM In System Tune-Up Help | No Comments

Two New Updates

Yes, that’s right! Today, I have two new updates to tell you about and trust me, you’re not going to want to miss out on these. So, what are they? Well, one is for the popular Foxit Reader PDF program and the other is for the computer utility of CCleaner. Now, as you may recall, it has only been a few weeks since I last wrote about these two programs. The latest version of Foxit Reader (2.1) was released in August 2007 and as for CCleaner (2.00.500), it’s only been since the middle of September 2007. In my opinion, that just goes to show that these two programs are working hard to be the best they can be for you. Isn’t that good to know?!

Alright, so I’m sure you’re wondering what has changed in these two applications, right? Well, first up is Foxit Reader 2.2. It was released on September 29, 2007 and there have been some great strides made within it. First of all, Foxit Reader 2.2 offers up even more new features, including word capturing, advanced searching methods, an easy way to minimize the system tray and there have even been some changes made to the bookmarks feature and the synchronization process. There have also been a lot bug fixes, which is always great news! If you’re an avid Foxit Reader user, I bet you can’t wait to download this new version, am I right? Well, wait no longer. To do so, just visit this link and you’ll be all set!

Next up is CCleaner 2.01.507, which is just another addition to the 2.0 version. Of course, there have been several changes made to this new release as well, including corrected C++ exceptions, optimized Internet Explorer temp files, keyboard shortcuts, some UI tweaks and several internal improvements have been made. And just like with Foxit Reader, various bugs have been fixed as well. All you have to do to start enjoying these new features is download CCleaner 2.01.507, which you can do right from here. Now, go on and experience all of these updates for yourself. I guarantee you’re going to love them!

~ Erin


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