Showing posts with label Browser. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Browser. Show all posts

Monday, December 27, 2010

How to Restore Deleted contacts in Gmail

Gmail Tips & Tricks

Sometimes people accidentally delete some useful contacts after sending the email that you may need in the future. In that case, people think of as the way of the old school who, after eliminating its continuation, is gone forever. After searching and adding more useful contacts is really a long and boring for anyone. But if you're a Gmail user, then a new feature to the restoration of contacts will help you a lot. 

Suppose you accidentally deleted some contacts or group of contacts from your Gmail contacts or delete the contact details of your Gmail account while synchronizing to another device. Do not have to worry. As back up your Gmail account, Gmail's new feature allows you to instantly return to your contact list and undo the mistakes made up to 30 days in the past.


Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Mozilla launches 2010's last Firefox 4 beta

Mozilla Logo
Originally slated to appear last month, then delayed until December, Beta 8 of the open-source browser first appeared today, a day later than planned, on Mozilla's official download site & as updates for existing preview users.


Mozilla Wednesday shipped Firefox 4 Beta 8, the last preview it will release this year before it makes a run toward a final version in 2011.

Google Chrome version 6 is more Faster

Chrome 6

The sixth version of Google Chrome which debuted on September 3 - the stable version for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux is hailed as 17% faster than the previous version, Chrome 5. The reference score obtained by the support of Computerworld, makes chromium 6, faster version of a browser with Javascript functions. 


According to the report, chromium 6 is treading a bit behind the leaders on the speed of the browser - Opera and Safari latest version, Opera and Safari 10.61 5.


Chrome director of product management, Rakowski said the value of speed performance in implementation, and as a value what Google, said the speed really matters.


As you press the sprint with Opera, Safari and Chrome closely linked, and Mozilla Firefox beta 4, also left waiting, with only 29% away from the evaluation of Chrome speed - maybe it can mean another war browsers, given the release date of Microsoft IE9, September 15. The development preview IE9 were competitive with Opera, Safari and Chrome on testing JavaScript. 
And Mozilla plans on the-other-side includes that the next version of Firefox runs to score in 20% of chromium 5, the version of Google Chrome in SunSpider above.