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This tip lets you view web pages as if you were using a different web browser, or even a different device.
Shopping online instead of at brick & mortar stores can easily save you a ton of money, but this browser plugin can save you even more with three popular online stores.
Getting a non-techy family member or friend to understand that Internet Explorer is not actually the internet can be difficult and time consuming. Whatbrowser is a site built by Google that encourages users to try multiple browsers while explaining what they are.
You don’t need to be a Firefox, Chrome or Internet Explorer devotee. You can use whichever browser is currently doing the best job for you, and with these 50 shortcut keys it’s easy to switch between all of them.
It’s not that we think the pattern of browser use around the world has any significant part in the grand scheme of things. So why are we showing your this animated map?
With so many browsers out there, the browser wars keep heating up. Here at groovyPost we’re interested in knowing which one is your default browser. Maybe you are forced to use Internet Explorer at work, but prefer Google Chrome or Firefox at home? Cast your vote in the poll below and leave us a comment […]
To make sure Safari on your iDevice is clean and fast, make it open to a blank page instead of the last site you visited. First, launch Safari on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. Tap the X icon in the address bar to clear it and type about:blank. Tap Go. Next, tap the Share […]
A groovy feature in Safari on the iPad is it lets you search for a word or phrase on a webpage you’re viewing. Launch Safari and tap the search field. Type in the word or phrase you’re looking for. Then tap On This Page. In this example there are eight matches my search query. While […]
By Leah Krause Leah Krause is a guest author and long time reader of groovyPost.com. A big thank you goes out to Leah for this groovy privacy tip! Many people have no idea how much personal data websites gather from you, how they sell it to aggregators to make personalized ads or even if it’s […]
If you’re like me you always have a several tabs open in Safari on iOS 5. With so many open, it’s easy to accidentally close one out. Here’s how to get recently closed tabs back. When you have many tabs open, a wrong swipe of your finger can close a tab. To get it back, […]
If you share an iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch with someone else, it’s a good idea to keep your web browsing private. Here’s how to enable Private Browsing in Safari on your Apple devices. When you don’t have Private Browsing enabled in Safari on iOS 5, it keeps a record of your search history, pages […]
This week Apple released an update for its Safari web browser for Windows and Mac. It now includes support for iCloud and various other stability fixes. Here’s how to update. In Windows go to Start >> All Programs >> Apple Software Update. The Apple Software Update screen appears with two updates. If you don’t have […]
The results from the CanSecWest Pwn2Own competition are in. Despite the $20,000 prize offered up by Google, Chrome still remains unscathed. Safari was hacked in a matter of seconds, and Internet Explorer 8 was hacked using a combination of 3 different vulnerabilities. Apple’s iPhone was fell victim, and before the day was over, Mozilla’s Firefox […]