With todays news that Google's Chrome web browser has overtaken Firefox as the second most used web-browser in the UK I turned to OMG! Ubuntu!'s visitor stats for UK Linux users to see if, here at least, that trend is also reflected.
A new GNOME 3 'Adwaita' theme for Firefox 4 has been made available for download.
It's typical: I take the weekend off and a load of great application updates slip out. So read on for a super-concise over-view of what came out, what it consisted of and, most importantly, how you can get it.
Yesterday we shared news that the daily builds of Chromium web browser have added download progress bar and badge support for Ubuntu 11.04's Unity Launcher. But what about Firefox users?
Using Ubuntu on a tablet or netvertible isn't the nicest of fits and that's understandable: Ubuntu is not a tablet OS after all. There are, however, plenty of things one can do to make the experience of using Ubuntu on a tablet/touchscreen that little bit more more enjoyable. Over the coming weeks I'll be sharing a selection of tips, apps and ideas for doing just this. But first you'll need something to read the posts in...
There is no denying that Internet Explorer 9 has found fans with its design revamp. Firefox users wishing to "mimic" the look can now do so.
Ubuntu 10.04 and 10.10 users wanting to upgrade to the latest release of Mozilla Firefox can do so by adding the Firefox Stable PPA to their system sources.
Some said it would never land, but according to Mozilla it's closer than you think...
The latest nightly build of Mozilla Firefox 4 is looking rather dapper in Ubuntu of late, reader Sjoerd mailed us to say. And, indeed, it is!
It's been over one year since the very first Alpha release of Firefox 4 was made available for testing and now news reaches us it could be hitting Release Candidate status as early as next week.
Mozilla have revealed plans to put the Firefox development schedule on steroids. For 2011, they intend, will see the browser bunny-hop from version 3.6 all the way to version 7.0.
Firefox 4 comes with many new features not least of which is a ruddy fat 'menu bar' button when the traditional menu bar is hidden. Reducing it to just an icon is a relatively easy 'hack' and the result is far easier on the eye....