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This is the beauty of Firefox, it can have any feature that other browsers have. When Google Chrome was released the omnibar was the most talked feature of it.

Now thanks to the Add-on Omnibar you can have Google Chrome’s omnibar in Firefox. This add-on is even better than the omnibar, first of all it brings the search to your address bar and it support  searching multiple search engines for same query at the same time.  All you need to do is use this type of setup:

A general search query is:
@engine1,engine2 your search query

or,if you prefer to give engine name at the end:
your search query@engine1,engine2

You can download Omnibar add-on here. The add-on is in an experimental state and you’ll need to have an AMO login in order to download. Use this one if you don’t have AMO login –

Username: firefox@cybernetnews.com
Password: cybernetnews

[via Firefox Facts]


YouTube has released a new web Uploader with which you can upload 10 videos simultaneously each clip as large as 1GB. Earlier if you wanted to upload videos to YouTube you had to download a desktop based software.


Now because of the Browser based uploader the process is very much simplified.

Upload your videos to YouTube here.

[via Digital Inspiration]

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Windows 7 leaked images and Windows 7 videos posts would most likely be pulled out as the images and videos are no longer available.

Google toolbar 5 beta which was earlier available only for Internet Explorer has been released for Firefox. The toolbar has some really cool features like support for Google gadgets, integration with Google Notebook, multiple profiles for AutoFill and synchronized settings.

Three new and improved features are –


Support gadgets with custom buttons

With support for live feeds and custom site search, Google Toolbar custom buttons are more than just bookmarks. Now custom buttons can even support Google Gadgets – when you click on the icon, the gadget will pop down from the Toolbar, no matter what site you are on and close when you are done with it. You can add some of your favorite Google Gadgets to your Toolbar. Learn more or view the gallery

Take your Toolbar with you

Now you can access all of your Toolbar settings, bookmarks and custom buttons from any computer, no matter whether you’re at home or on the go. Select the option to ‘Access your Toolbar settings everywhere’ in the Toolbar sign-in menu. Then, when you sign in to Google Toolbar on any computer where it is installed, your settings will be updated and any changes you make during that session will be saved. Learn more

Get organized with Notebook

Google Notebook is included with Google Toolbar 5, to make clipping, collecting and sharing information as you browse the web even easier. Notebook users will be able to access all of their current notebooks, and even add to them using the ‘Star’ icon.To launch the mini-notebook window, simply click on the ‘Notebook’ icon. Notebooks will also appear in the Bookmarks list, and you can navigate to all saved links from the bookmark menu. Learn more

You can read the whole list of features here and download Google toolbar for Firefox here.

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Firefox 3.0.2 is now available for download, just click help –> check for updates to update.firefox.jpg

In this release Security and stability issues have been fixed, two new languages Sinhala and Slovene have been added. Beta releases for Bengali, Galician, Hindi, Icelandic, Kannada, Marathi, Telugu, and Thai are available for testing.

You can read the release notes here and download Firefox 3.0.2 here (If you don’t have Firefox 3)


Google Contacts manager is now available as a standalone site also which is pretty useful if you want to manage your contacts outside Gmail.

The URL is not user-friendly, just bookmark it if you are going to use it – http://mail.google.com/mail/contacts/ui/ContactManager.


[via Google Operating System]

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Yesterday I had the screenshots…. today the videos – Enjoy

Light Windows Media Player –

This video shows the light version of Windows Media Player which comes up when you when you hover over a video.

Sticky Notes App

The sticky notes app is really cool and looks very functional.

Calculator –

The new and improved calculator boasts four different modes (Standard, Scientific, Programmer, and Statistics) and handles date calculation and unit conversion.

Start Button –

The start button gives out a halo-ish glow when you hower over it. (new feature ?)

[via ThinkNext & Gizmodo]

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