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How To Update Mozilla Firefox?

How To Update Mozilla Firefox?

With its old name Mozilla or a well-known name, Firefox is a very popular browser. Firefox is an opensource browser that respects user rights and privacy. In this tutorial, we will look at Mozilla Firefox Update for operating systems Windows, Ubuntu, Kali, Debian, Mint, Fedora, CentOS, and RedHat. Update Firefox For Windows Firefox can be … Read more

Linux Lynx Text and Terminal Based Browser

Linux is an interesting operations system. It provides a lot of command-based or terminal-based applications. Lynx is one of them. Lynx is a terminal-based web browser. This means we can browse the web or surf the web in a server environment without a desktop manager. In this tutorial, we will look at how to install … Read more

About Plugins Of Firefox

Firefox is opensource browser which is transformed several times in its history. At the times Firefox was the most used browser but with the Google Chromes arrival it lost a lot of its users. But Firefox have lot of users now and have a big community especially in open source form. In this tutorial we … Read more

About Plugins Of Google Chrome

When the internet emerged browsers used for displaying and rendering HTML pages with limited JavaScript or VBScript scripts. Today time changed and browsers act like an operating system or container that provides a lot of functionality built-in or with plugins. Internet users use plugins for different functions like post twitter, bookmark, save the password, remotely … Read more

How To Install Google Chrome Linux, Ubuntu, Fedora?

In the old times where the web was statically running there were browsers like Netscape, Internet Explorer. But the times changed, web is also changed and become a very dynamic platform. Also, browsers changed too but some of them are gone. There are new kings in web browsers.  Google Chrome is late comer but the … Read more

10 Things To Do After Fedora Installation

Fedora is popular distribution among Linux community. I am already using Fedora too. I prefer Fedora because of its updated packages and virtualization support. If you are not using it please give a try. After installation, there are things to do in Fedora to make the user experience more smooth. These steps can be implemented … Read more