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PANASONIC TX65CR730B 65" CURVED SMART 4K 3D 1000Hz Firefox (Ex-Display model) £1,299.00 @ Power Direct

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Display Clearance but shop is on the Panasonic Vierra free 5 year warranty list of approved retailers so should be able to avail of the extended warranty. Amazing price for a massive, high quality cu…
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Firefox Browser for iOS @ Apple iTunes App Store

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Description Experience a fast, smart and personal Web. Firefox is the independent, people-first browser made by Mozilla, voted one of the Most Trusted Internet Company for Privacy. Upgrade today and
loiterer Avatar9m, 2w agoFound 9 months, 2 weeks ago16 Comments
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Jelf10
Have just switched to Firefox on my laptop as chrome kept getting sluggish. Will try this instead of safari and sync my pages
Firefox is better but Chrome's pretty good too. Safari's just a tad better than Internet Explorer.
thesimpsons_uk
To little too late, FireFox is dying slowly.
Agree with the former because those who use iPhones tend to be simpletons who don't know much about phones or technology and just have one for its looks and cause it's the trend. Since Firefox is only now on Apple then might as well screw that market the users are happy with anything Apple throws at them. And technically speaking, Firefox is too advanced for them.
Jaysus, just this year Apple market got Firefox? lol
To little too late, FireFox is dying slowly.
Have just switched to Firefox on my laptop as chrome kept getting sluggish. Will try this instead of safari and sync my pages
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Ghostery Privacy Web Browser @ Google play (also avail. as an add-on for Desktop/Firefox Android, iOS - link in comments)

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The Ghostery Privacy Browser is a full-featured web browser with functionality from our popular desktop tool built in. It's easy to configure and simple to use, allowing you to browse the mobile web w…
stealthx Avatar1y, 2m agoFound 1 year, 2 months ago21 Comments
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_taurus_
Red browser with TOR engine for ios is best of the best and cheapest than thisone


are you sure? Read the deal again as you just gave a recommendation for iOS in regards to an Android app (and desktop add-on)
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anthony212
use this to access torrentz site?


I use Zenmate, works very well on uTorrent.
use this to access torrentz site?
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A1M
Will this stop TCB and Quidco from working?

Yes, it does. I use ghostery as a plug in on my main browser, Chrome, then if I want to buy something, open up Firefox and buy via Quidco.
Ghostery makes using the net a pleasure. Can't believe how many spammy annoying ads there are when I use a different browser.
Will this stop TCB and Quidco from working?
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Mountain Equipment Firefox Gore-Tex Active Jacket £150.00 @ cotswoldoutdoor

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Good price for a great jacket. Offer is for the green version of the jacket, other colours are still full price - £250. Sizes available at time of post: S,M,L,XL Free delivery. Quidco: 6% http:…
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Roboform Everywhere Password Manager for only £3.95 For 1yr licence using promo code @ RoboForm

Instructions:Normally to get 1 year Roboform Everywhere first year is for £7.95, but with the code it drops to less than half to £3.95, so this is a great deal. Use the provided link, Click "Add to Cart" and enter the code below at the checkout and then pay either via credit/debitcard or paypal:- EGS30
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frogbog Avatar1y, 7m agoFound 1 year, 7 months ago / expired 31 Jan 1531 January 20152 Comments
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It usually is on for £13.95 for next year, but let me add that roboform are always offering discounts every few months. For example in new year they offered the software for only $4.95:-

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And after the first year?
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ZTE Open C (2014) Unlocked - Firefox OS / Android KitKat for £38.99 - Sold by ZTE UK

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The NEW ZTE open C - sim-free unlocked to all networks Update 31/07 The price from ZTE UK has now dropped to £38.99 This is a brand new device from ZTE with the latest qualcomm processor running…
tbon3 Avatar2y, 1m agoFound 2 years, 1 month ago95 Comments
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Can you get Grindr on this Phone?
No they didnt, have now though!
so the upgrade tool sees my device now, I am trying to flash the developer rom, but the update wont work and the version doesnt change, it stays what is was originally(OB04 at the end)
http://comprarbaratosmoviles.com/star-z2-comprar-android-4-2-mtk6592-octa-core-venta-barata
http://movilesbaratoschinos.com/star-z2-comprar-android-4-2-mtk6592-octa-core
To anyone that has installed Android on their Open C, using the following link to flash the standard Kis 3 firmware:
http://ul.to/2o7e10vm

I'd recommend updating to the latest Android ZTE Kis v5.0 firmware from here:
http://download.ztedevices.com/UpLoadFiles/product/567/4778/soft/2014081409055370.zip
Just follow the instructions in the zip on how to update, you WILL need a microSD card.

Check Konstat's thread on Modaco for updates to the stock ROMS:
http://www.modaco.com/topic/373101-zte-kis-3-zte-open-c-stock-roms/
I bought this phone and when it arrived this morning I downloaded the files and installed Android (took 4 bloomin hours to download!)

Still, I love this phone, its fast and responsive and now that I can download apps and everything its so cool. Took me all of 5 minutes to figure out how to use its buttons etc, one thing to note is that the phone does have BACK and FORWARD buttons next to the home button, it doesn't like they're there, but they're there lol.

Great phone for a cheap price, love it :D
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Web Of Trust (WOT extension) for your Web Browser (Firefox/Chrome/IE/Safari/Opera)

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WOT shows you which websites you can trust based on millions of users’ experiences around the world to help you stay safe when you search, surf, and shop online. ∙ Traffic light style icons guide y…
fluidz Avatar2y, 5m agoFound 2 years, 5 months ago3 Comments
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Has this ever been paid for?
Been using it for years. I tend to put it on machines where people aren't so good at being able to tell what is and what isn't a safe site. Not perfect but very handy.
http://s23.postimg.org/v42bmhjln/EXAMPLE_wot_extension.png

http://s27.postimg.org/rbo6im0z7/wot_details.png


Edited By: fluidz on Mar 22, 2014 18:46: alternative image
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Fasterfox Gives performance & network tweaks for Firefox. Fasterfox makes your browsing much faster! (check comments for FAQs & Screenshots)

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Prefetch Links Dynamic speed increases can be obtained with Fasterfox's unique prefetching mechanism, which recycles idle bandwidth by silently loading and caching all of the links on the page you ar…
stealthx Avatar2y, 5m agoFound 2 years, 5 months ago3 Comments
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Probably better to set up a RAMdisk and use it to store the Firefox cache etc.
All you are doing is downloading a lot of data in advance.
http://i.imgur.com/JwmgEJn.pngFAQs

http://i.imgur.com/KC3HBHi.png

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powerinbox - Extra email security, Interactive emails, Live-stream social feeds in your inbox (Works with Gmail, Yahoo! & Outlook) Chrome, Firefox, Safari & IE

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Interactive email has arrived. Turbo-charge your existing email experience! Install PowerInbox in your browser and use it in Gmail, Outlook.com and Yahoo.
stealthx Avatar2y, 8m agoFound 2 years, 8 months ago2 Comments
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These days, scammers and phishers are getting more and more sophisticated.
http://i.imgur.com/AhBrwTr.png
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Which Shopping Toolbar for Firefox

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Ok guys, I know this is always free and if needed please feel free to move it to Misc. I wanted to share this as quite often people put deals on here that within seconds I can see isn't a deal. Bas…
sparx1981 Avatar2y, 8m agoFound 2 years, 8 months ago4 Comments
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I just installed it for google chrome hope it's good :)
It seems quite handy, I just installed it. Not sure it gets all the prices though. So i'm sure i'll still search around myself. It does offer reviews of products too though which is great.
It keeps coming up saying that lots of people have voted this hot on my updates but it's only got 5 heat. I guess others are voting it cold for it being a toolbar type of thing.
One thing to note, the toolbar only shows up when it detects a product. The rest of the time it's hidden and so doesn't take up any space or annoy you.
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Turn plain text URLs into Clickable Links - Firefox/Opera/Chrome - Free Extention/Add-On

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Now you won't have problems with links that aren't clickable, no need to copy & paste links anymore, on this site or others. Opera: - https://addons.opera.com/en-gb/extensions/details/auto-url/
a1793221 Avatar2y, 8m agoFound 2 years, 8 months ago5 Comments
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superpal
Safari
http://firedev.com/text2link/
This 1 works for Safari, however somewhat different from how the others work, for this you need to double click the links.
Safari
What about iPad
ash222
you don't need to copy & paste to open links, just highlight the link and right click, then select the 'open link' option you want, that's in firefox but it's similar wording in chrome and opera

still not just 1 click.
you don't need to copy & paste to open links, just highlight the link and right click, then select the 'open link' option you want, that's in firefox but it's similar wording in chrome and opera
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R716515K Avatar2y, 9m agoFound 2 years, 9 months ago4 Comments
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I voted cold because you took ages getting ya tea yesterday before updating links :{

Na voted hot even tho slightly limited audience for this. Am sure the devs are working on other phones too.
Pretty amazing they've done this. Thanks for the heads up.
wish it worked on Galaxy Note 2 i'd give it a bash
Thanks, wanted to try ubuntu on multitouch!
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Lightbeam for Firefox - See who’s tracking you online.

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Lightbeam is a Firefox add-on that uses interactive visualizations to show you the first and third party sites you interact with on the Web. As you browse, Lightbeam reveals the full depth of the Web
stealthx Avatar2y, 10m agoFound 2 years, 10 months ago3 Comments
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I use similar on safari, can't remember what it's called tho.
That's an interesting find.
http://i.imgur.com/o7tytn0.png
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YouTube Center for Firefox, Chrome, Opera, Safari and Maxthon.(Please read comments)

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YouTube Center contains all kind of different useful functions which makes your visit on YouTube much more entertaining. List of all the features : Multiple Languages Settings Dial…
stealthx Avatar2y, 10m agoFound 2 years, 10 months ago5 Comments
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Thanks. Voted hot.
This looks really good, why would anyone vote it cold?
Fantastic, thanks.
For Chrome click on the opera+chrome mirror download will show at bottom left then give warning accept warning. Click click options bar at top right then choose extensions, make the windows smaller and drag the YouTubeCenter.crx file from bottom left to the extensions window and drop in to install for chrome.
lifehacker
http://i.imgur.com/16rr0Gc.png

ghacks
http://i.imgur.com/9g4gftS.png




Edited By: stealthx on Oct 09, 2013 10:22
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DASHLANE: The world's best password manager & secure digital wallet.

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The world's best password manager & secure digital wallet. The password manager, perfected. Keeping track of passwords and making them secure is startlingly simple with Dashlane’s free pas…
Relievo Avatar3y, 4w agoFound 3 years, 4 weeks ago15 Comments
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tapi
Even the paid-for synchronisation looks tempting, and I hate paying for anything :-)
I seriously wouldn't bother paying for any extras.
I think the iphone app, to a point, can be rendered redundant, unless you really desire the second level of authentication.

When on my iPhone, any site I visit (that requires a password), there is usually already a solid purpose-built app, that is more user friendly, and already retains your password.
Such as: Amazon, eBay, Email, and so on...
Some apps even have secondary security measures, such as bank account apps.
Still, it's good to know there are options out there ;)


Edited By: Relievo on Aug 04, 2013 01:21
Relievo
Same could be said about 'Bookmarks', however can we remember favorite websites, if we're at a friends house.
hahahha, you'd think. I'm shocked by the amount of people who don't know what the address bar is for and rely solely on google (talk about a crutch). Even those sites they visit daily. If I'm helping out I say, "ok visit xxxx" and met with blank incomprehension. You can tell from my comments I give people a lot of latitude, but still constantly disappointed by that one.

Relievo

I guess, I was just trying salvage this thread after @willysnapper misinterpreted the NY Times review, and trashed every positive aspect of the app. lol :| That's just not cricket!

yeah, but I think it can be forgiven as a couple of points are ambiguous going off that review. (looking back, I can see that we're all correct about it not working with Safari - it doesn't work with the iphone/ipad browser which is Safari - but does work with Safari on PC or Mac. )

And to avoid any further confusion - this is hot. My previous favourite has been eWallet but this is much better in almost every regard. Even the paid-for synchronisation looks tempting, and I hate paying for anything :-)
tapi
oh, i agree. just pointing out that to most users it's like a crutch - the more they use it
Same could be said about 'Bookmarks', however can we remember favorite websites, if we're at a friends house.

tapi
Are you saying that there's a separate, single password that can override it and provide access to all your passwords online? sounds like a seriously silly thing for them to provide? surely it must include secret questions, or links sent to email?
Yeah a master password, I guess you would only ever use for Dashlane: Here: https://www.dashlane.com/app/#signin

I guess, I was just trying salvage this thread after @willysnapper misinterpreted the NY Times review, and trashed every positive aspect of the app. lol :| That's just not cricket!
Relievo
tapi
Relievo

You would have to simply remember your password, just like you would anyway, without Dashline.

I don't see two factor as being a problem, and you can see I agree with your other coments - but that last comment has a couple of problems - if you're using something like dashline to remember your passwords it usually means its because you need something to help you with remembering your passwords (see the problem?) plus, by using it to log you in, you're LESS likely to remember the password as you never normally have to.

the second problem is really an extension of that; you're encouraged by a password store to (a)have more different passwords than you'd normally use, so even less likely to remember and (b) to have more complex passwords too, with the same effect.

so, although willysnapper was being facetious (apologies ;-) ) I have to agree to an extent. Using a password vault makes you more reliant on one, and thus more likely to lock yourself out of your digital life if you can't get into it. (though, you can always resort to 'forgot your password?' for your accounts if you need to urgently get in)

I see what you're saying,
But if "you need something to help you with remembering your passwords", what business must you have if you need to be logging in from someone else's computer in the first place?

From my point of view, if I'm logging on from a friends computer, (and there must be a good reason), Dashlane isn't part of the equation! When you boil it down and actually look at the mechanics of 'logging in' from a 3rd party computer. Dashlane plays ZERO part in it.

If someone was a facebook junkie, and they feel the need to keep checking, it's their prerogative to remember that password.

Whether or not I can remember a password (that I made up), for the site I want to log into, is entirely my own responsibility, and by no means the fault of the software.

I have a finite number of passwords I use, varying in complexity depending on how sensitive my account is, from social -> to -> financial.

You don't HAVE to have a 100 different passwords to use this software, it's just always been a recommended thing for people to do, with or without Dashlane.
I see this software merely as a time saver.

And if for some reason you need to check an account from a friends computer, and you can't remember your passwords, you can just click on 'Forgotten Password' and follow the steps.

If a user seriously can't remember a handful of passwords to access their email or remember the master password to access Dashlane online (their login screen), they really shouldn't be allowed near a computer. They should be given a wristband with their name and address on it, and given a lovely big bowl of strawberry jelly. ;)



oh, i agree. just pointing out that to most users it's like a crutch - the more they use it, especially if they use the 'generate password' feature, the more they become reliant on it. but, as I said, there's always the forgotten password feature for each service (unless it's a bank which insists on a reset of your whole account).

you and I may use it for covenience, and i wasn't blaming the software for anything, just pointing out that willy was correct and not just being dismissive (actually, the article linked in the comments above presents the exact scenario Willy was worrying about - a user who can't remember their passwords anyway, who takes advantage of generated passwords and uses automatic login, never even seeing the password, and turns on two factor authentication).

as a matter of interest, we were specifically talking about two-factor authentication and the poster above queried what would happen if he lost his phone. Are you saying that there's a separate, single password that can override it and provide access to all your passwords online? sounds like a seriously silly thing for them to provide? surely it must include secret questions, or links sent to email?

but then, i was replying to your comment of 'just remember your password' which alluded to each service, but have just noticed you've since edited it to 'Just don't have the extra security measure set up....' which means we're now discussing different things and gets everyone confused.
tapi
Relievo

You would have to simply remember your password, just like you would anyway, without Dashline.

I don't see two factor as being a problem, and you can see I agree with your other coments - but that last comment has a couple of problems - if you're using something like dashline to remember your passwords it usually means its because you need something to help you with remembering your passwords (see the problem?) plus, by using it to log you in, you're LESS likely to remember the password as you never normally have to.

the second problem is really an extension of that; you're encouraged by a password store to (a)have more different passwords than you'd normally use, so even less likely to remember and (b) to have more complex passwords too, with the same effect.

so, although willysnapper was being facetious (apologies ;-) ) I have to agree to an extent. Using a password vault makes you more reliant on one, and thus more likely to lock yourself out of your digital life if you can't get into it. (though, you can always resort to 'forgot your password?' for your accounts if you need to urgently get in)

I see what you're saying,
But if "you need something to help you with remembering your passwords", what business must you have if you need to be logging in from someone else's computer in the first place?

From my point of view, if I'm logging on from a friends computer, (and there must be a good reason), Dashlane isn't part of the equation! When you boil it down and actually look at the mechanics of 'logging in' from a 3rd party computer. Dashlane plays ZERO part in it.

If someone was a facebook junkie, and they feel the need to keep checking, it's their prerogative to remember that password.

Whether or not I can remember a password (that I made up), for the site I want to log into, is entirely my own responsibility, and by no means the fault of the software.

I have a finite number of passwords I use, varying in complexity depending on how sensitive my account is, from social -> to -> financial.

You don't HAVE to have a 100 different passwords to use this software, it's just always been a recommended thing for people to do, with or without Dashlane.
I see this software merely as a time saver.

And if for some reason you need to check an account from a friends computer, and you can't remember your passwords, you can just click on 'Forgotten Password' and follow the steps.

If a user seriously can't remember a handful of passwords to access their email or remember the master password to access Dashlane online (their login screen), they really shouldn't be allowed near a computer. They should be given a wristband with their name and address on it, and given a lovely big bowl of strawberry jelly. ;)



Edited By: Relievo on Aug 02, 2013 21:33
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ProxMate for Firefox and Chrome - unblocks region-restricted web content

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ProxMate is the swiss knife for accessing pages! A free application that boosts and proxies page content for you. Just like that! Ever wanted to use proxy benefits without loosing speed while reg…
stealthx Avatar3y, 3m agoFound 3 years, 3 months ago45 Comments
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Works a treat for me. Haven't tried fox today but worked fine yesterday.

For anybody wondering, it's this simple:

http://youtu.be/Qd3-Kjn_r1w

(Not affiliated, just trying to learn screen recording and show people how stuff works)

Edited By: dlo247 on Jun 16, 2013 23:33
fox.com was working for the first couple of days - now its stopped :(
Brilliant find>>>hot hot
Heat X 1000 I'm loving this. Won't get any sleep tonight :D
Thanks ;)
good find will give it a bash :)
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Internet Explorer 10 Release Preview (Windows 7)

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It's good now! Honest!
hammeredpizza Avatar3y, 9m agoFound 3 years, 9 months ago27 Comments
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csiman
the cool
what's this for?
MS's latest attempt to try and catch chrome up ;)

its still very slow in comparison and very very basic
Completely agree, I've used both and IE is missing numerous features, like tab/bookmark sync, proper add ons, apps etc.
Chrome is the ultimate godly browser, long live the awesomeness of Chrome :D
why do people like chrome?? It's a horrible browser. Ugly GUI, terrible menu system (or lack of it). Firefox is 100x better than chrome. Also, IE10 looks to be better than Chrome. Apparently it handles HTML5 really well and some features of HTML5 only work in IE10
darthvader666uk
people still use IE? fair play!

Defo a web designers worst nightmare!


Its the only browser that works for some IP cameras as it needs the activex to run fully, you can get an add-on to firefox to get it to work but as I am constantly using firefox I close and restart several times a day, using IE I can leave the tab open and logged in for the cameras 24/7.
darthvader666uk
people still use IE? fair play!

Defo a web designers worst nightmare!

Actually I prefer the activex way of handling xml, quicker than implementations in chrome or FF in my experience.
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Free Mozilla (Makers of Firefox web browser) Sticker!

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Just take a novelty quiz and enter your mailing address and Mozilla will send you a free sticker! Limited to one per mailing address
ct89 Avatar4y, 1d agoFound 4 years, 1 day ago23 Comments
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Stickers are now sold out
guess the stickers are out, took the quiz, but no offer of a sticker at the end!
Guinea
I'll get one, even though I use Chrome! Thanks.

Anything but IE!
I'll get one, even though I use Chrome! Thanks.
Still Working!
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Make Your Own Android Browser! - Maxthon

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Maxthon are currently letting you re-brand their own android browser (which is pretty fast). It's very simple to do just follow the instructions on the website :D
louishayati Avatar4y, 4m agoFound 4 years, 4 months ago2 Comments
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Too gimmicky.
Good way to get more people to use their browser I guess.
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Firefox 7 (Windows, Mac, Linux)

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Includes improved memory handeling (a long time complaint) , performance boosts and more. Roboform will not work at the minute a fix is apparantly on its way according to Roboforms facebook page -…
arduino Avatar4y, 11m agoFound 4 years, 11 months ago46 Comments
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Firefox 8 is now out. Some of the imprevements include:

Add-ons installed by third party programs are now disabled by default
Added a one-time add-on selection dialog to manage previously installed add-ons
Added Twitter to the search bar for select locales. Additional locale support will be added in the future
Added a preference to load tabs on demand, improving start-up time when windows are restored
Improved performance and memory handling when using and elements
Added CORS support for cross-domain textures in WebGL
Added support for HTML5 context menus
Added support for insertAdjacentHTML
Improved CSS hyphen support for many languages
Improved WebSocket support
Fixed several stability issues
Fixed several security issues


Can either use the ABout Firefox to update or you can download it from

http://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/all.html
many addon cant work, wait for update.
on mac prefer google chrome seems to run the fastest and with the least amount of problems.
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harlzter
smilliam
I (rightly or wrongly) use Roboform as a crutch, so I'm afraid I'll have to wait. Boo!


Sorted (for legit RF users)
http://www.facebook.com/notes/roboform-password-manager/roboform-750-released-and-full-compatibility-with-firefox-7/10150855021630121


Eh! Not quite! I consider myself a legit RF user (I bought a lifetime subscription to Roboform Pro) but all attempts to use anything higher than Firefox 3.6.23 has resulted in me losing Roboform Pro (and so I've had to go back to FF 3.6.23 again, to resurrect Roboform Pro).

These new fangled Roboform formats (Everywhere, etc) don't meet my needs (and anyway, how many times do I have to shell out money for a new subscription?) so the only options open to me are to use IE and Chrome (which are not my preferred choice of browser).

I don't mind paying out money for a good program but it peeves me when Roboform stop doing updates on something as basic as browser compatibility! I'd like to try out Firefox 7 so ... does anyone know a good free/Open Source alternative to Roboform Pro?

I am using FF6.0 and use roboform fine (using licence I bought 4 years ago). Have to repeat every bl00dy time firefox gets a big update hence I'm wiaitn a few weeks until firefox9.0 is released

its a pain to set up but this works:-

Roboform Install Instructions after updating firefox

1. Install Roboform 7.2.7
2. Copy folder " C:\Program Files (x86)\Siber Systems\AI RoboForm\Firefox\" to another location
3. Install Roboform 6.10.2 -dont untick option to install adapter for firefox
4. Replace "c:\Program Files\Siber Systems\AI RoboForm\Firefox\" with your copy from 7.2.7 version
now you should have working 6.10.2 roboform with latest adapter from 7.2.7
harlzter
smilliam
I (rightly or wrongly) use Roboform as a crutch, so I'm afraid I'll have to wait. Boo!

Sorted (for legit RF users)
http://www.facebook.com/notes/roboform-password-manager/roboform-750-released-and-full-compatibility-with-firefox-7/10150855021630121

Eh! Not quite! I consider myself a legit RF user (I bought a lifetime subscription to Roboform Pro) but all attempts to use anything higher than Firefox 3.6.23 has resulted in me losing Roboform Pro (and so I've had to go back to FF 3.6.23 again, to resurrect Roboform Pro).

These new fangled Roboform formats (Everywhere, etc) don't meet my needs (and anyway, how many times do I have to shell out money for a new subscription?) so the only options open to me are to use IE and Chrome (which are not my preferred choice of browser).

I don't mind paying out money for a good program but it peeves me when Roboform stop doing updates on something as basic as browser compatibility! I'd like to try out Firefox 7 so ... does anyone know a good free/Open Source alternative to Roboform Pro?
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Firefox/Heartbreak Ridge 2 Movie Blu Ray Pack- PlanetAxel £11.35

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Region free blu ray with 2 Clint Movies. I don't think Firefox has been given an official UK release so i think this is good value.
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Free Firefox 4 - Just released, 431,000 Downloads (at time of posting) @ Mozilla

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New major release of Firefox version 4. Enjoy! Update: Over 75,000,000 downloads since posting!
Dechilo Avatar5y, 5m agoFound 5 years, 5 months ago129 Comments
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Firefox 5 now out
I added heat for the right half of the photo
Over 75 million downloads, that's pretty impressive!
Can't open mail interface on talktalk home page. Also when clicking on tabs eg extra torrent, then click on a torrent you can't go back a page to the home page!
Dechilo
Hpi_matrix
Any reason to use this over opera?


Over 25 million downloads in 3 days...


Any REAL reasons to?
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Firefox DVD £2.99 @Play.com

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Don't forget Quidco The Russians have developed the ultimate sophisticated warplane. Called the MIG-31, it can fly at six times the speed of sound, cannot be detected by radar and has a weapon s…
diGriz Avatar5y, 11m agoFound 5 years, 11 months ago11 Comments
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Rubbish film but when I was 12 I thought it was bloody brilliant.

"Let's see what this thing can do."
As flying over Scotland as we speak. Oh, no, that's the Space Station and Jupiter.

Aye, ...right!
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Have they also got 'Internet Explorer' starring Chuck Norris? Or how about Google Chrome with Jet Li? Maybe Netscape Navigator with Jackie Chan? Or Safari with Arnold Schwarzenegger?


No Safari stared David Carradine - perhaps an even worse film than Firefox...
Have they also got 'Internet Explorer' starring Chuck Norris? Or how about Google Chrome with Jet Li? Maybe Netscape Navigator with Jackie Chan? Or Safari with Arnold Schwarzenegger?
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This is a Clint Eastwood Classic !! - fair price.


Far from an Eastwood classic me thinks! Better than Stealth though! £2.99 is about right although I'll wait for £2.


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Firefox Add-on: FireFound locates your computer if you lose it and protects your private data from identity theft.

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An essential add-on * Grand Prize Winner of Extend Firefox 3.5 ** FireFound is an add-on for Firefox and Fennec (mobile Firefox) that helps your find your computer (or mobile phone, in the case…
csiman Avatar6y, 8m agoFound 6 years, 8 months ago25 Comments
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According to the program (which is on my laptop) my laptop is next door! That's pretty close (but maybe not close enough, if I want to avoid neighbourhood rows).

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Sounds like a great idea, but I just read this review...


WARNING about using "emergency data protection"

WARNING! ** Read this before you try Firefound ** ... I tried Firefound and set the "emergency data protection plan" to delete my passwords. Sounded like a good idea. The next time I restarted the browser it brought up a dialog box that said I had 10 seconds (SERIOUSLY *10* SECONDS!) to enter my username and password. I blinked a couple times to see if I had read that right, then tried to enter my username and password as quickly as possible. Needless to say, I couldn't do that in 10 seconds, so I lost all of my stored passwords. They're gone.

I had thought it would give me multiple tries, warnings, etc., before deleting anything, but nope, just 10 seconds and it's all gone. None of this is explained anywhere on any documentation for the plug-in that I could find in the plug-in itself or the website (actually there is no documentation currently as far as I could find).

This plug-in is a neat idea, but in it's current form it's likely to cause data loss to unsuspecting users.

Rated 2 out of 5 stars by dave on December 1, 2009



I'd be a panicker, lol



Hmm....looks like its not idiot proof then!
Fail - it located me to somewhere within the region of all of England and some of France
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a lot druggies just steal and sell on laptops without ever openign them, they tend to be a bit computer illiterate. odds are also a large percentage of people who buy from them are also computer illiterate, and will quite likely boot up the laptop from their home internet.

A better piece of software of this type could actually have worked. An instant email or message dispatched from the computer witht he ip address and other details everytime the laptop connects to teh internet might result in the new owners being found and the computer retrieved.


The IP address alone is not sufficient as this may just offer the location of the Internet Service Provider machine servicing requests from each of the remote client machines.

Equally, not every Internet user connects from a fixed point (i.e. dial-up from various locations, not an ADSL [Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line] connection from a fixed location) nor has a fixed IP address but is offered a dynamic IP address from the DCHP [Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol] server on each connection.

My suggested works without the need to switch the PC on at all; maybe even when the machine is in transit between thief & buyer.

BFN,

fp.
fanpages;7076482
Interesting idea. Heat added for the listing.

However, if I was going to steal a laptop the first thing I would do would be to disable the on-board wireless connectivity in case the rightful owner had this enabled on boot-up. I certainly I would not try to connect to the Internet using the previous owner’s details (even if they had left the user name & password automatically inserted into the recognised forms through the settings in Firefox; that I would recommend should also be protected with a “Master” password).

If the laptop has been stolen for re-sale & the contents are not important to the thief, they may well either just re-format the hard drive or simply replace it without ever accessing it.

I have not tried this as a feasible practice, but I have been considering a different approach based on hardware, rather than software (such as a Firefox Add-on, or any utility that requires the laptop to be switch on). I have been thinking about using a Global Positioning System Pet tracking device (like the microchips that can be inserted just under the skin of a dog or cat) & attaching one inside the laptop case.

Should your laptop be stolen you can then ring the dedicated line (or use the web site facility) to track the computer without it being powered-up or even connected to the Internet at all.

In many cases it is not the loss of the asset that is the most valuable part of laptop ownership; it is the data that you have upon it.

If you regularly take your laptop away from a fixed location (or even if you do not depending on your domestic physical security measures) some form of automated data encryption facility for the hard drive contents may well be worth considering.

Although Mobile telephone handsets may not be able to be protected like this (if the casing is unable to be opened, or in doing so you may void any warranty with the original manufacturer) but desktop-based computers, video games consoles, personal video recorders, Hi-Fi equipment, & so on can all be protected by the use of a GPS Pet tracking device.

BFN,

fp.

a lot druggies just steal and sell on laptops without ever openign them, they tend to be a bit computer illiterate. odds are also a large percentage of people who buy from them are also computer illiterate, and will quite likely boot up the laptop from their home internet.

A better piece of software of this type could actually have worked. An instant email or message dispatched from the computer witht he ip address and other details everytime the laptop connects to teh internet might result in the new owners being found and the computer retrieved.