Google has released Chrome 31.0.1626.0 to the Dev channel for Mac and Linux, and 31.0.1626.1 for Windows and Chrome Frame. This build fixes a number of crashes and other bugs.
Google has released Chrome 31.0.1612.2 to the Dev channel for Windows, Mac and Crome Frame platforms. This new update fixes the bug: 280205.
Google has released Chrome 30.0.1599.0 to the Dev channel for Windows, Mac, Linux and Crome Frame platforms. This new update fixes a number of crashes and other bugs.
Google has released Chrome 30.0.1581.2 to the Dev channel for Windows, Mac and Linux. This new update fixes a number of crashes and other bugs.
Firefox 19.0 Beta 6 is now available for download from Mozilla download center. Firefox 19.0 features a built-in PDF viewer that safer, more seamless cross-platform experience for viewing PDF documents. Firefox 19.0 also offer to reset the Awesomebar search provider, if it has been changed by third-party software or through about:config.
Firefox 15.0 Beta 5 is now available for download. Firefox 15.0 Beta includes a “Responsive Design View” developer tool, adds support for the Opus audio format and adds preliminary native PDF support. Silent updates will automatically update Firefox to the latest version without notifying the user, a feature that already implemented in Google Chrome and Internet Explorer 8 and above. Continue reading
Mozilla plans to implement support for Windows 8 in Firefox 14. Firefox for Metro, like all other Metro apps, will be fullscreen, focused on touch interactions, and connected to the rest of the Metro environment. Firefox will support three “snap” states – fullscreen, ~1/6th screen and ~5/6th screen. The “snap” state Firefox uses depends on how the user “docks” the other application. Continue reading