The end is nigh for Internet Explorer - the dreaded 19 year old web browser that we've all came to hate. Riddled with more bugs than your local town hooker, Microsoft have now stopped with the development of Internet Explorer (obviously security patches and stuff will still be sent out) and are now focusing on their new web browser titled Spartan.
I've yet to get hold of a copy of Spartan to give it a little whirl, but I'm guessing - as both IE and Spartan run off the Trident engine - it'll just be Internet Explorer... in a dress... with... [read more]
I remember the days when I first started using the internet and the worse thing to come across was websites that bombarded you with popups - not just adult based sites, but security ones or personal ones made on free services such as Homestead, Geoshities, Lycos, Bravenet, etc..
However during a conversation of the good oldé days with a friend of mine a few weeks ago, we decided to be brave and do an experiment by browsing a few "naughty" sites using Internet Explorer 6 (the best version they did, before Microsoft... [read more]
It seems a few people are experiencing a problem with YouTube, where in either Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox, it seems to keep downloading a file called "frame".
As Google doesn't seem to have sorted this problem - nor from what I can find out about it even addressed it - I have came across a cause and a solution for it. The solution will obviously have to be applied to both web browsers IF you're using both of them.
So, from what I can find out the cause of it is something to do... [read more]
Hmmm... why does it always seem so hard to think of a decent idea that can be (easily) done online and take off - like the next Google or YouTube?!
We've all heard the stories, like Google being just a University Project and it being started in a garage. Now a handful of years later and BOOM! It's a name that nobody doesn't know. Same with YouTube too. And that doesn't limit it to just websites, even computer applications... MSN, Skype, Firefox etc.. these are all the big names in the application side of things. But they're all such simple ideas... [read more]