To delete browsing data, Internet Explorer requires you to click some menus to find the feature. But there is a not so well-known keyboard shortcut that opens the cleanup window quickly.
Microsoft has finished version 9 of the popular Windows Internet Explorer web browser. Starting from today, the new browser version is offered for free download on the Web.
While copying texts to website forms — like your own blog —, the text formatting gets pasted into the textbox as well. This can get annoying. You want to copy texts without formatting?
Internet Explorer 9 is nearing completion. The IE team announced a big event for 14 March, 2011, celebrating the “beauty of the web.” This is what an invitation in the official Exploring IE blog says.
Microsoft has started to deliver the Release Candidate of Internet Explorer 9 via the Automatic Updates feature in Windows 7 and Windows Vista in order to update the Beta.
You are running your own blog or web site? You will surely be aware of the problem that your site is not displaying the same way in all browsers, like Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Opera and the likes. You can get help — from the free “Browser Lab” service by Adobe.
Until now, deleting Flash cookies was a hard task to solve for many users. Adobe has announced to extend its Flash player so users can control and delete Flash cookies. To achieve this goal, Adobe cooperates with all important browser creators.
Google Chrome is the fastest browser and getting more and more popular as alternative to Internet Explorer and Firefox. Gmail users however miss the integration of their email account into the Google browser. The free “Google Mail Checker Plus” extension adds this feature and links Google Chrome to Gmail.
If Internet Explorer crashes often or gets painfully slow, resetting its settings may help. Resetting IE deletes all personal settings and restores the browser to the state right after installation.
Internet Explorer has just been released in its first beta stage, but we already have some interesting test results. We ran 3 benchmarks with IE, Firefox, Chrome, Opera and Safari. What do they tell us?