Mozilla’s Firefox is a browser that uses way too much memory, no Firefox user can deny this. Despite the improvements that Firefox 4 or Firefox 5 brings, the browser still has an insatiable hunger for memory. Mozilla knows this and is gracious enough to accept its shortcomings and work on them. The software company has finally decided that it is high time it fixed this annoying problem and is planning to put together a special team aimed to tackle the memory usage issue. The project, codenamed MemShrink, should help users reduce memory usage and change Firefox’s memory hog reputation. The
Angry Birds is a very popular game on mobile devices on different platforms where the players can fling various “angry” wingless birds at various structures and the evil pigs in order to destroy them. If you have missed out on playing this game, you can now play it online in your browser. This game has been so popular that we were compelled to create a Windows 7 Angry Birds Theme and it was well liked by our readers. In the Google I/O event (11th May ‘11) Google brought the game to Chrome to display how fast the browser has grown since its launch.
If you are an ardent Firefox user, you may have already tried out Firefox 4 beta. With each new iteration Firefox user interface is getting better with more and more pieces falling in the right place. The latest beta shows the final form of Mozilla Firefox 4, and the designers at Mozilla said they are putting finishing touches to the browser theme. Among the various platforms where Firefox is designed to run, the most noticeable changes have been seen in the Windows version. The Linux and Apple versions have been modified as well, but not as much as that on