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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Dec 302009
 

LastPass is a unique Password manager which is more specific to online websites where logons are required or even fill forms. As the name implies, there is only master password that you have to remember and the whole lot of your online passwords goes into the online database accessible securely from anywhere in the world or from any PC.

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Dec 202009
 

IE Tab is a simple but can be a powerful add-on for Firefox browser. Basically, it allows you to open a Website or a URL who can under a new tab but as if it is opened in Internet Explorer. Well you may question why on earth someone has to do that??

Well. If you have a website designed to work well on Internet Explorer and trust me there are websites of that kind or if you are a developer who wants to check how it looks and works in Internet Explorer then this can do.

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Mar 032009
 

Recently, on my new HTC Touch HD Windows Mobile, I somehow managed to set Opera to be the default browser. As one would expect, resetting IE back to the default browser is not as simple as that. There is no option in Opera or on Internet Explorer to set/unset the browser to defaults. There are few programs that I have which doesn't work well with Opera and IE is the only browser that works OK.

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Feb 062009
 

In some instances in Windows 7 Beta, Internet Explorer may not work properly and you would not be able to visit websites at all. This can happen if the “Automatically detect settings” option is enabled on you Internet Explorer.

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