Mozilla Firefox is one of the most popular web browser on the Planet, it’s a free and open source browser, available for all platforms. In Ubuntu 12.04 LTS (Precise Pangolin), Firefox comes installed by default (it’s also true for most GNU/Linux distributions).
In last few years – Google Chrome has also become very popular.
Firefox too mainstream for ya? Bored with Chrome or Opera? Linux users with a wandering eye can find plenty of browser alternatives, from the super-useful to niche browsers that offer moderate improvements on existing browsers like Firefox. We look at some of the "alternative" browsers on Linux that ...
Microsoft is finally ending all extended support for Windows XP on April 8, 2014, five years after it ended mainstream support. After that, the 12-year-old operating system will not receive any new security updates and its users will be left to fend for themselves.
With today's updates, September 11th, Canonical upgraded the default web browser to Mozilla Firefox 15.0.1, in all its supported Ubuntu operating systems. The new version, Mozilla Firefox 15.0.1, is here to fix the Private Browsing mode issue which was not working properly in the Mozilla Firefox 15.0 version, allowing users to find visited sites in browser's cache.
Over the weekend, USA Today unveiled a top-to-bottom redesign as part of a new “digital-first” strategy being undertaken by the 30-year-old newspaper.
As anyone who’s stayed in a hotel probably knows, USA Today, which has the second-largest circulation of any daily print newspaper in the United States, is about as mainstream as it gets when it comes to distribution and mass appea
The latest cutting-edge nightly build of Firefox 18 finally features support for Apple’s high-resolution Retina screen on the MacBook Pro. Firefox 18 is scheduled to arrive in Mozilla’s Aurora release channel in about a week.