Tag: Explorer

Mar 14 2016

Wire Pushes Open Standards And End-to-End Encryption For Video Chat

I like trying to keep track of applications that gives users the ability to do video chat, and Skype and Google Hangouts are probably the most common right now among most users, but last year the Scott co-founder Janus Friis launched a new project called Wire. The application is compatible with modern-day browsers such as …

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Mar 19 2015

Microsoft 2015: They’re making a lot of good decisions!

Microsoft has been going through some personality changes here lately. And to be truthfully honest, it’s very welcome. Over the past couple weeks we’ve seen some very positive news coming out of the Microsoft campus. It just seems Microsoft is changed it’s attitude and it’s more open, and more one. It’s almost like they understand …

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Jan 28 2015

YouTube Defaults To HTML5 For Their Videos

Since the time of Steve Jobs and the introduction of the iPhone, Apple made it pretty clear that the continued use of Adobe Flash was the wrong direction. Steve Jobs vehemently refused to have Adobe Flash on his phones; it was like a personal mission. Now, YouTube has announced that their going to default to …

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Oct 10 2014

AutoHotKey: Tracking Emails Simple

  When you’re working on various projects, tracking emails in Microsoft Outlook or Thunderbird, various subjects can be daunting. I think everyone’s aware that email has some obvious limitations on tracking, but what’s interesting is that there’s not been any advancements with being able to follow email threads were conversations with email in a long …

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Apr 29 2014

Internet Explorer Security failures – Again.

Internet Explorer Security problems has once again risen the browser to the top of the world’s most UNWANTED list. Internet Explorer was released in 1995; it’s been almost 20 years since Microsoft’s Internet web browser has been in circulation/available.  You would think after almost 20 years of having a web browser in circulation and being …

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Jul 13 2012

Adobe Flash crashes Dragon NaturallySpeaking

I recently ran into a situation with Internet Explorer and Firefox, on how it uses Adobe Flash. Apparently, Adobe Flash has created a conflict between it and Dragon NaturallySpeaking 11. Leave it to Adobe to create such a conflict from something so stupid as flash and interrupting the ability to do voice-recognition. I found the …

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Feb 09 2012

Internet Explorer continues glorious usage decline

The days of Internet Explorer are slowly coming to an end, and any influence Internet Explorer might have had over the market place, or over the Internet, are damn near over. Seeing how Microsoft is able to maintain what grasp they have with the corporate world and their integration with the operating system, I don’t …

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Jan 04 2012

Google’s Chrome Continues To Blaze A Trail

I remember when I wrote an article about the very progressive climb of Chrome; how version 28 was coming in just 2 years. I continue to be impressed with the level of performance of Chrome and how well, it’s done in such a short time. And we still have time to see if v28 of …

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Sep 17 2011

PrintEco has a great idea, but it should be global…

I was surfing through my RSS feeds the other day and found this article about PrintEco. It’s a service/application that reduced your environmental footprint and makes you more aware of the carbon footprint you are placing on the environment. The service and the application that they offer is quite ingenious. I think everyone has run …

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Sep 15 2011

So, Google’s Chrome is going to sole supporter of Adobe Flash?

When Apple announced that it wasn’t going to support Adobe flash with its mobile devices, the world was stunned. How could something so popular not support Adobe flash? Then, it was a bold move… in another bold move, Microsoft has announced that Internet Explorer 10 will not allow any plug-ins— at all. This means Adobe …

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