Items Tagged with Internet Explorer
#39 / 2013-01-24 08:00:00 / 9:27 min.
There are several ways to keep multiple Google accounts active at the same time.
#6 / 2010-12-20 10:00:00 / 3:50 min.
Like all the
best smartphones, your
Windows Phone 7 devicehas applications that can allow you to
browse the Internetand
get directions. The
Internet Explorer applicationand the Maps application allow you to easily search the Internet for nearby locations and then
plot the quickest route. We show you how to use them in this episode.
#631 / 2010-03-25 09:31:00 / 1:47 min.
Generally speaking, online articles don't offer the best reading experience. Readability gets rid of the online article clutter and presents you with just the article you want to read, presented in a clean, reader-friendly format. Michael "Doctor File Finder" Callahan demonstrates.
#1 / 2010-02-14 12:00:00 / 5:57 min.
Anyone who's used the web knows there's a whole red light area that's filled with adult content. Whether you've been tricked into visiting a salacious site or you've been up all night searching, Kate Abraham demonstrates how to
hide your browsing tracks after the fact, and how to avoid leaving tracksin the first place next time.
#15 / 2010-01-21 17:00:00 / 5:00 min.
Lucas lays his pimp hand on Internet Explorer 8 to check out some
cool add-onsfor the everyman. Now, Firefox is our browser of choice but the force is unusually strong with Internet Explorer. It's still the browser of choice for the majority of PC users... even our resident Pimp is thinking about making the switch.
#15 / 2009-10-01 12:00:00 / 4:25 min.
When you wander around the Internet and visit sites you can begin to accumulate a lot of
bookmarks. This week Doc Callahan takes a look at three
free bookmark programsthat make it easy to
back up and manage your bookmarks. Each one takes a different approach and they're all free!
#390 / 2009-09-10 09:30:00 / 1:58 min.
If you stop people walking down the street and ask them, "
What is a browser?" most of them wouldn't know. They may give an answer, but it probably wouldn't be the right one. Doc Callahan offers some disambiguation.
#3 / 2009-08-26 09:00:00 / 2:30 min.
spywarethat's installed via the Web your first defense is your Web browser. By changing some basic settings you can
prevent some spyware. There are also add-ons and extensions that specifically
deal with spyware and malware, but you need to be aware of what you're installing. The first and best line of defense is to up your browser's built-in security settings. Sure, it means a few more dialog boxes but it also makes for a
#9 / 2009-07-17 12:00:00 / 2:59 min.
When reading through a wall of text online, wouldn't it be nice if you could
highlight certain important passages on a web siteto come back to later? Wouldn't it be nicer still if you could save those highlighted passages for later reference? While the promise of the
paperless officeseems like a pipe dream, these handy
web highlightersbring it one step closer.
#5 / 2009-07-02 12:00:00 / 3:56 min.
In this week's
The Sweet Stuff: Software, Doc Callahan wages his own
browser warand takes a look at
five free Web browsers. Sometimes the lowly
Web browseris taken for granted, but for most of us, the the browser is the program we interact with most on our computers.
#1 / 2009-05-04 09:00:00 / 1:15 min.
Internet Explorer 8 is one of the most talked about releases of Internet Explorer in quite some time. That's probably because it has so many cool new features, functions, and improvements. From Accelerators to Web Slices and InPrivate browsing, you won't want to miss a single part of this ten-part series.
#169 / 2009-04-27 17:00:00 / 24:31 min.
Andy and Sean take a look at the newest version of the major web browsers, including IE8, Firefox 3, Opera 10, Safari 4, and the first version of Google Chrome.
#116 / 2009-03-02 09:31:00 / 2:14 min.
While surfing around the Internet you pick up a lot of useless files. They go into a cache and are supposed to make your Web pages load faster. Whether you use Internet Explorer or Firefox you pick up these files every time you surf. Here's how to get rid of them.
#12 / 2009-02-26 09:45:00 / 2:40 min.
Apple announced a public beta of the new Safari 4, available on both Windows and Mac machines. This new version of the Apple browser is chock full of cool new features. It supports style sheets, top tabs, "Top Sites," cover flow, complete search history, and plenty more. Take it for a spin and see what you think.
#91 / 2009-01-26 10:27:24 / 2:02 min.
Chances are you've found at least a few web pages you'd like to be able to read when on the go. Don't waste your data plan minutes reading long text online. Save that web content and read it offline on your laptop!
#86 / 2008-12-22 10:09:24 / 2:21 min.
Never miss another episode of your favorite butterscotch shows by subscribing to RSS feeds and receiving notifications whenever new content is published! While we use butterscotch.com as our example (naturally), these tips translate to any RSS-ready site on the net.
#2 / 2008-12-19 13:20:00 / 1:50 min.
Recently, some security vulnerabilities were found in Internet Explorer 7. Microsoft has since offered a patch for Internet Explorer. If your computer is not set to automatically get the latest updates to Windows, you'll need to manually update IE. Here's how to do just that.
#110 / 2008-02-25 17:00:00 / 18:43 min.
Andy and Sean explore which browser to use for best system security.
Chrome web browseris a light, lean and altogether smart piece of software. Far from a me-too browser though,
Google Chrometakes a fundamentally different approach to some aspects of the web. From creating application shortcuts to web software services like Google Docs and Gmail to allowing for a private browsing session in
Incognito mode, we'll show you what's up in this 10-part tutorial series.
The latest version of Internet Explorer, Internet Explorer 8, is being hailed as a must-have download for Windows users. It features private browsing, a new and very handy feature called Web Slices and much, much more. Michael "Doc" Callahan gives the guided tour in this 10-part series.
iPhone photo-sharing app Instagram was recently the big buzz when Facebook bought it for one billion dollars.
Blogger for Android is a great app for those who use the Blogger service to blog and want to be able to make posts on the go.
Four Android activations every second, iOS pays better and opt-out of targeted ads plus the StumbleUpon app
Every second, 19 blog posts are created, 787 porn searches are enacted, 4.2 babies are born and four Android phones are activated. While Android is tops in activations, it's bested by iOS for developer pay. Also, we'll look at a largely unpublicized way t
Android apps on PlayBook, rooting your Android phone and Acer entering the tablet fray with the Iconia A500
Android apps on PlayBook explained; what they do, what they don't. An always up to date means to root just about any Android phone and Acer entering the tablet fray with the $450 Iconia A500