Tag Archives: Firefox

Your Browser’s Address Bar is Your Friend

Your Browser’s Address Bar is Your Friend If you use any popular browser it has an address bar. The address bar is where you type in the address (URL) of a site you want to visit. It’s also the place where you can see the address of the site your on. So, if you get… Read More »

Private Browsing: It’s not private but it’s good for some things

Private Browsing: It’s not private but it’s good for some things While private browsing is anything but private, there are some good reasons to use it, but none them are related to hiding your activities, as you aren’t going to hide anything by using private browsing. Every site you visit is logged by your ISP… Read More »

Firefox Quantum: Test Drive It Today

Firefox Quantum: Test Drive It Today If you’re not afraid of trying beta software (software in testing stages) you might want to test drive Firefox’s current, in-the-works  attempt to catch up with number one Chrome. We tested Firefox Quantum today, and we didn’t find it was 2x times faster, but it does use less resources.… Read More »