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How to View Opera Cache

Posted by mohan desai on ઓગસ્ટ 9, 2009

All browsers have cache, which saves web pages and its elements on your computer so that you can access the same page faster when you open it next time.

But this cache is not visible by default, and you cannot see what items are stored in it. This problem can be solved with a freeware that lets you browse through your Opera browser cache.

Opera Cache Viewer displays the list of all files stored in Opera’s cache (fetches them from the cache folder). It also shows when it was last accessed, modified and its file size. You can also save any files that you missed while browsing that website.

LINK: Download Opera Cache Viewer

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Make Your Firefox Much Faster

Posted by mohan desai on જૂન 8, 2009

Use this tricks and Make YourMozilla Firefox Much Faster

1) Type “about:config” into the address bar and hit return. Scroll down and look for the following entries:
Normally the browser will make one request to a web page at a time. When you enable pipelining it will make several at once, which really speeds up page loading.
2) Alter the entries as follows: (by double clicking them)
Set “network.http.pipelining” to “true”
Set “network.http.proxy.pipelining” to “true”
Set “network.http.pipelining.maxrequests” to some number like 30. This means it will make 30 requests at once. (I changed mine to 100, works great.)
3) Lastly right-click anywhere and select New-> Integer. Name it “nglayout.initialpaint.delay” and set its value to “0”. This value is the amount of time the browser waits before it acts on information it recieves


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Mozilla Firefox

Posted by mohan desai on મે 21, 2009

Today we talking About one of the Best web Browsers Mozilla Firefox
Normaly pepale are using Microsoft’s Internet Explorer, Microsoft’s Internet Explorer is one of the best Browsers there is loats of features are bilts in to it.
Given the steady stream of security alerts associated with Microsoft’s Internet Explorer, it should come as no surprise that many organisations and end users are actively looking at alternative browsers.
But Today we takling about one of the best web Browsers that is Mozilla Firefox.
However, for many users Internet Explorer is so intricately bound with Windows and their experience of the Web that the idea of looking at an alternative fills them with dread. Primary questions are ‘will installing a new browser break Windows?’ and ‘how many sites will break or stop working without IE?’
High on the list of alternatives is the open-source Mozilla Firefox browser, which has the advantages of being both free and under continuous active development. This review will look both at how Firefox compares to Internet Explorer and also whether there are actually any problems with it coexisting with Windows.
First, installation of Firefox is a breeze. Simply download it from the Mozilla Web site (
Download Now ), double-click on the executable and off you go. The install process is straightforward and for users of IE it includes the option to import existing favourites and other settings
You are prompted to make Firefox the default browser and that’s it, ready to go. Note that installing Firefox does not uninstall the existing IE installation, which remains fully functional as before, even when it’s no longer the default browser.
Once loaded, Firefox looks Reasonably similar to IE, with the familiar toolbar for actions such as back, next, refresh page, plus an address bar, etc. In use the interface is similar to IE; there is very little to re-learn and what there is soon becomes second nature. However there are some important differences and some definite improvements.
First, and most immediately obvious, is that Firefox allows for tabbed browsing. This means that you can have multiple Web pages open in the browser, which uses a tabbed pane to switch between them. It means no longer having to clutter the task bar with multiple copies of the browser while looking at different pages.
This is only one of a number of improvements over IE’s user interface, which is starting to show its age. File downloading becomes simpler, with the option of downloading files to a standard location, the functionality to pause downloads, housekeep downloaded files and so on.
The handling of favourites is also good, with the option to automatically track changes to favourite pages so that you can be alerted when a page is updated. Pop-up ad blocking is also included by default. It also has to be said that Firefox looks much nicer too, at least in our opinion. In practice most sites render in Firefox as they do in IE. In a few cases there are minor differences, but on the whole the actual experience is very similar. No problems were experienced in testing on banking sites, e-commerce or other Web applications.
The good news is that this too was a painless experience. With Firefox set as the default browser there were no problems on Windows 98, 2000 and XP. It was possible to use IE for those rare occasions when it was needed for ActiveX and to stick to Firefox for the rest of the time.
Mozilla – Firefox features –
The transition to Mozilla Firefox is a painless experience, and you gain not just a more secure system but a friendlier and more useful way to surf the Web. The full version 1.0 release will be available soon, but even in its current form Firefox is an excellent browser.

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