Oct 272010
 

QFX software develops the Key Scrambler software Windows which protects from the keylogging security issues. The Professional and Premium software are a complete feature rich software versions which are commercial and not free. However, they do have a free personal edition which protects on your Internet Explorer, Firefox and Flock browsers. Unfortunaltely, Key Scrambler supports Google Chrome browser only on its commercial editions. Can’t understand how it is different from its competing browsers.

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Sep 202010
 

For those who hasn't noticed, Microsoft has quietly released beta version of Internet Explorer 9 and is available for download for all users. Apart from the known functional features like HTML 5 support, theres a lot more to look for from IE9. Let's have a quick look at what's in the new browser.

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Feb 232010
 

Java is a technology used to create interactive or animated web content, such as games or advanced financial applications. Java programs are downloaded automatically to your computer when you use them and don’t usually require special installation. To run Java programs in Internet Explorer, however, you must install special Java software. When you install Java, it is enabled by default and configured with safety settings at their highest.
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Oct 172009
 

In regards to running IE 7 in Win 7 all you need to do is open IE8 go to tools —- compatibility view settings; from here you can specify what sites you whis to run in compatibility mode, or you can select from the following check boxes
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Sep 272009
 

When you have multiple webpages open at once, each one is displayed on a separate tab. These tabs make it easy for you to switch between open websites. Quick Tabs provides a miniature visual view (called a thumbnail) of all your open tabs. This makes it easier to find the webpage that you want to view.
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