For those of you that are not experiencing the advantages reported by users around the net from choosing an alternative to IE, there’s further bad news for users who want to stick with XP. We have seen many times that those people who want to stick with Windows are in many cases XP users who […]Read More “We’ve told you already, stop using XP”? – XP and IE9 + alternatives.
I find myself writing this article playing catchup. Thanks to my ever problematic ISP finally giving up the ghost and going down completely for the majority of the last week, I now have the task of getting up to speed with whats been going on. Incase you have forgotten I do not work in the […]Read More Microsoft been lifting code again? – & Windows Mobile decline.
A look at an out-of-the-box, Ubuntu based Linux distro with a bias towards computing in the cloud! No matter if you are a Linux user or not, everyone seems to talk about the new GoogleOS which is due to arrive next year. These “big name” steps that are being taken to providing cloud computing will […]Read More REVIEW – xPUD 0.9.2
Before publishing an article which I am really looking forward to – Ahhh Youre killing the FOSS! I thought I would post an update on my experiences with the latest build of Chromium, that being 126.96.36.199. Please note that this is not intended as a comprehensive review, merely an update on my observations with Chromium […]Read More Chromium (build 188.8.131.52)
Since I had my experience of Chrome on XP the other week (no I havent switched to a Windows platform, please read here for explanation) I wanted to get my hands on Chrome for Linux, is it functional enough to replace my Firefox deployment? I dont intend this article to be long, Chrome is still […]Read More Chrome beta 184.108.40.206
These days the “average user” is hard to quantify, there’s a myriad of platforms, distro’s P2P packages etc. I think the requirements that are applicable to the “average user” no matter which platform they run, would be; surfing, email and bit-torrent. Here’s where Wyzo steps in, to provide surfing and a bit-torrent client in one […]Read More REVIEW: Wyzo 3 – All in one solution?
I think people are realizing the benefits of having Firefox as the default browser by the apparent loss in market share that IE is experiencing. I do like Firefox, but Im not one for addons or plugins so my Firefox package is as small as it can be. I dont even use Adblocker! Whilst I […]Read More DILLO-2.0 & MIDORI v0.1.2 – Two lesser known browsers given a look!