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XP and the End of Days

End of days. Sounds like the world crashing down on our heads, doesn’t it? But in this case, all it signifies is that Microsoft is discontinuing support of its XP operating system. 734 more words

Internet

Opera - A to Z: O

O is for Opera. No, not the music, I mean my favourite little web browser. (Yes, this is my one post in the A to Z Challenge that’s going to stray into the technical a teeny bit.) It’s usually included as one of the “top 5″ browsers, but most don’t take it very seriously as it doesn’t have a very large market share in most countries (though it does have over 50% market share in Belarus, and quite high usage in many other eastern European countries). 911 more words

A To Z Challenge Part II

If you’re not using a modern browser, it’s time for a recall. (Summary)

Previously in this series we discussed the benefit and value of using the most up-to-date browsers available. We looked at some main reasons covering Reliability and Security, Performance and Technology as well as Comfort and Style . 1,512 more words

Usability

javascript showModalDialog spawns new windows of itself in IE8

I was recently faced with a strange problem – so strange in fact I couldn’t find any solutions to it online which is why I’m posting a solution here. 186 more words

IE8

If you’re not using a modern browser, it’s time for a recall. (Part 3)

Previously in this four-part series about older browser versions: We discussed the parallels between how we choose our vehicles and how we can use the same criteria when choosing to update to modern browsers. 925 more words

Usability

Mozilla

Mozilla’s New JPEG Encoder Promises Up To 10% Reduction In File Size

Mozilla

If you’re not using a modern browser, it’s time for a recall. (Part 2)

Previously in this four-part series about older browser versions: We discussed the parallels between how we choose our vehicles and how we can use the same criteria when choosing to update to modern browsers. 846 more words

Usability