mera fav google chrome hai
2. Control + Shift + N opens an 'incognito' window - sites you view in this window won't appear in your history and cookies served by sites in this window will be deleted when the window is closed.
Is bar ap ko Apne Fav Browser ke bare main batana hia ke kaun sa hia
or us ke bare main aik Tip b deni hia.
1 ... Aik member aik he bar Share Karsakta hai.
2 ... Aik jaisa mat share kijeye ga.
3 ... Comp ki last Date 21 Feb hai.
i like firefox b.coz its fast and time saving....
the best thing i like about firefox is with the help of ctrl+enter u can add (http://www.) & (.com)
type "google" in address bar and press ctrl+enter
its automatically add http://www. at the start and .com at the end of "google"
just like this:
if u press shift+enter its add (http://www.) & (.net)
if u press ctrl+shift+enter its add (http://www.) & (.org)
if u press ALT with any of the above keys its open ur url in separate TAB
internet explorer have only the 1st option...
which is ctrl+enter.....
Opera’s password manager, the Wand, remembers your usernames and passwords so you will not have to. Log in manually once and use the Wand for later visits to a password-protected Web site.
Save your memory and time. Click on the Wand button or press Ctrl+Enter to automatically fill in the form and/or log in.
My favorite Web Browser is Mozilla Firefox. There are a number of reasons for that choice. Let me share some of them with you.
Firefox is lightening fast
It is not a spyware magnet like internet explorer
Browsers like Opera, Safari Avant and Flock have compatibility issues with various kinds of websites and plugins. Firefox doesn't have any of those problems
Firefox offers a massive gallery of Plugins and extensions that make it a number one choice web browser
Mozilla Firefox 4 Beta
Firefox Speedup Tip:
If you have a broadband connection (and most of us do), you can use pipelining to speed up your page loads. This allows Firefox to load multiple things on a page at once, instead of one at a time (by default, it’s optimized for dialup connections). Here’s how:
Type “about:config” into the address bar and hit return. Type “network.http” in the filter field, and change the following settings (double-click on them to change them):
Set “network.http.pipelining” to “true”
Set “network.http.proxy.pipelining” to “true”
Set “network.http.pipelining.maxrequests” to a number like 30. This will allow it to make 30 requests at once.
Also, 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 receives.
Have a Nice Day!
1. Resources Pane
Webmasters that use Firefox usually have the Firebug add-on installed which gives them access to information about a website’s source code but also about the elements on a page including their load time. Google Chrome provides these information out of the box. A simple right-click on a fully loaded website and the selection of Inspect Element will open the site inspector. The tab Resources displays the loading time and size of all elements on that specific webpage. Resources are further divided into categories like scripts, images or documents. The total loading time and transfer size is shown that is also divided by the categories. This gives an immediate overview over the elements that slow down the page loading time the most.
2. Resizing Text areas
Text areas on websites are usually placed to give visitors the means to interact with the website or its owner. Contact and comment forms make use of text areas which allow the user to enter text into them. Some websites implement rather small text boxes which makes it unnecessary difficulty to enter a comment or message. Google Chrome offers a feature to resize text areas on websites by simply clicking in the right lower corner and dragging the text are to a larger size.
3. The Task Manager
The task manager of the Google browser provides information about the memory, cpu and network usage of every open tab, the browser engine itself and plugins that have been loaded. The overview is interesting as it gives the user information about high resource sources directly in the web browser. Plugins with a high resource usage can be identified and uninstalled from the web browser or computer system. Even more interesting is the option to kill one of the web browser’s tabs from the task manager window. The tabs work independently from each other which makes it safe to delete tabs.
4. Using Incognito Mode to log into the same service twice with different accounts
Incognito Mode is already available in other web browsers. Those that do not have implemented it already have announced to (likely) add it into one of the future builds. While its primary focus is privacy it can be used to log into the same service with a different account at the same time. This is possible because the active cookies and information do not carry over when starting incognito mode. It is therefor possible to log into services like Gmail twice. First normally and then the second time by starting Incognito mode (Ctrl+Shift+N) and logging into the service again.
5. Browser History
The shortcut [Ctrl H] will open the browser history in Google Chrome. The history is sorted by date. Websites are listed with their favicon and title on the main page. The search form can be used to find terms in the history. These result terms look a bit different. Google Chrome displays dates, titles, descriptions and thumbnails while Chromium displays the same information but the thumbnails.