Chromium Passes Acid3 Test 100/100!!


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I recently found out that you can run a version of Google Chrome in Linux (yeah I know, so late) called “Chromium“. And I decided to run a Acid3 test just for fun to see what this browser is capable of. And guess what? It passes 100/100!! (See the top image for a closer look) I actually never thought that it would get such a high score, go Linux!! However, I do not yet know if it supports HTML5, do you?

Do you use Chromium browser?

Mozilla Firefox 4 Beta: Inspect Option!!

Hello again!

As you probably know, I am currently using the Mozilla Firefox 4 beta and at the time I am typing this I am using beta 4. I’m not sure if it is a new feature added, but I have noticed some new stuff in the tools menu that wasn’t in Mozilla Firefox 3, and one of those objectwhere “Inspect” and it works just like in the add-onFirebug“, just open it up and point your cursor to where you want to inspect. The small but annoying thing about it is that I can’t copy any of the links that it finds, bummer…

Anyway, I find this really useful and i hope the Mozilla team of developers will add more features to it in future releases.

Do you find this feature useful??

Safari 5 High Memory Usage Fixed?

I noticed something the other day about Safari 5, There apparently is a new update available! 5.0.1 to be exact. And the best part isSafari Logo that it seems that this update has fixed the high memory usage, hurray!! ┬áSo if you are having trouble with high memory usage in Safari 5, just update it! I’m not making any promises though, this is what I have experienced, your result might be different. Anyway, it’s nice to see that my favorite browser on Mac is finally working as it should again.

64-Bit Mozilla Firefox for Mac OS X

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How long has it been? How long have we been waiting for a 64-bit Mozilla Firefox for mac? The Mozilla team and the community seem to have a problem with getting gecko 64-bit, but isn’t that already available for Linux and Windows? Come on!

And i have heard some rumors about there not being a great speed improvement with switching to 64-bit, i really hope that’s not true, we want a stable and fast Mozilla Firefox running on 64-bit, Don’t we?

What do you think?