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Last year on 27 February I had started this blog to help out my friends, family (who are tech ignorant) and everyone else who likes technology, and would like to keep themselves updated on the technology front.

What I Think is about software, internet, Goggle, Microsoft and technology as a whole. I try to inform you about software updates, try to inform you about new features in the the simplest way possible so that a wider audience understands it. Show you new sites and tricks which would simplify your work, tell you how to do things in a simpler and a faster way and solve your technology related problem.

My first post was – Hello World

My first post. So you might be thinking what this blog is about.

Well this blog about my view about interesting topics. The topics are going to be very interesting, I promise. Second post is going to be Halo 2: Only for Vista. The reason. So everyone tune back in to see it. Comment please so that I can know if you like my blog or not. Suggestions and advise on topics are more than welcome.

Thanks

Vinit

 

Second post was Halo 2: Only for Vista. The Reason

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Some of the still Popular posts from the initial days are  of Halo (Game)

The only thing motivating me to keep on writing was the number of visits and the comments responses of my friends. My blog stats are getting higher and higher each month, which motivates to write better posts.

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Top Posts

Halo 3: What’s comming? 11,818 views

Windows XP Expiry Date Extended 6,257 views

Halo 3 : What’s coming… Part 2 2,828 views

New Version of Gmail now available to IE6 users 2,139 views

Google Chrome Portable 1,170 views

Dropbox for iPhone 848 views

Firefox 3.0.2 [update] 585 views

Google Chrome Theme for Firefox 545 views

Top Searches

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Halo 3: What’s comming? 1,220 views

Windows XP Expiry Date Extended 441 views

Windows XP Expiry Date Extended AGAIN 121 views

Halo 3 : What’s coming… Part 2 116 views

Firefox 3.0.2 [update] 76 views

I wana thank you all for visiting my blog, commenting and helping me on improving my blog. This is just the beginning, I’m still experimenting with ideas and I assure you that I’ll do my best to make this blog useful to you.

Thank You

Vinit

 

 

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Today 4 years ago Mozilla released Firefox 1.0

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"We are delighted to be announcing this major milestone for the Mozilla Foundation and for the Firefox browser, which has been made possible thanks to the tireless effort of hundreds of community volunteers and developers around the world," commented Mitchell Baker, president of the Mozilla Foundation. "Now millions more will be able to enjoy a better web experience."

The features of Firefox 1.0 were –

  • Pop-up Blocking – Firefox includes an integrated pop-up blocker that lets users-not websites-decide when they will view pop-ups. Mozilla continues to set the standard in assisting users avoid annoying pop-ups.
  • Online Fraud Protection – Firefox helps users protect themselves against online fraud such as "phishing" (attempts to trick users into giving away their passwords) and "spoofing" (fraudulent sites masquerading as popular, trusted sites) by clearly displaying the true identity of secure sites.
  • Faster, Easier, More Accessible Search – Firefox tightly integrates support for leading search services into the toolbar, including Google search, Yahoo!, eBay, Amazon, Dictionary.com, Creative Commons, and more. The new Firefox Start Page also provides access to Firefox information, resources and application tips, coupled with an integrated Google search box.
  • More Efficient Browsing – Firefox’s innovative Tabbed Browsing allows many web pages to load within the same window, improving the speed and utility of web browsing. Firefox also introduces Live Bookmarks, which allows users to easily glance through the latest news and blog headlines.
  • Extensible with Hundreds of Add-ons – More than 100 extensions are available for Firefox today, including the A9.com, Google, and Yahoo! toolbars, which make Firefox even more customizable and convenient to use.
  • Easy Migration – With Firefox it’s easy to switch from Internet Explorer and other browsers. Firefox imports your existing bookmarks, passwords, cookies, and other data.

 

Happy Birthday Firefox!!!

 

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