Firefox released

New version of Firefox hit the shelves! Link on the right.

Firefox provides native support for Macintosh with Intel Core processors, and stability and security enhancements that are part of our ongoing program to provide a safe Internet experience for our customers. We recommend that all users upgrade to this latest version.

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Google Calendar Beta is out!

That’s right, you can now play with the new Google calendar!

Some great features include:

  • sms text reminders to your phone
  • calendar sharing
  • easily import your existing Outlook calendar to it!
  • Invitations – Able to keep track of responses all in one place!
  • Event Publishing
  • And of course.. gmail integration!
  • Cost? FREE!

    What are you waiting for? Google Calendar!

    Lower Firefox’s Ram Usage With This Simple Hack

    A great little tip for Firefox users. With these instructions, it limits the ram usage to less than 10MB whenever you minimize Firefox.

    Just follow the instructions:

    1. Open Firefox and go to the Address Bar. Type in about:config and then press Enter.
    2. Right Click in the page and select New -> Boolean.
    3. In the box that pops up enter config.trim_on_minimize. Press Enter.
    4. Now select True and then press Enter.
    5. Restart Firefox.

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    Google Toolbar version 2 for Firefox

    Google has just released a new version of the google toolbar for Firefox! With some features that include subscribing to feeds using your favorite reader (there is a small selection of readers) and more!

    We’ve made searching better by including previous queries, spelling corrections, and suggestions for popular choices. Gmail fans might appreciate having the mailto: links in Firefox open a compose window in Gmail -– no more copying and pasting email addresses. And to combat the ever-increasing threat of phishing, we’ve integrated the Safe Browsing extension into Toolbar to alert you when a page is trying to steal sensitive information.

    More info at the Google Blog