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Archive for August, 2007

Configure Firefox to consume less RAM.

By • Aug 29th, 2007 • Filed under: Firefox, Ubuntu, Windows

If you think that Firefox is consuming a lot of memory than try out this. Go to the address bar on your Firefox browser and write about:config Write down on the filter browser.cache and select browser.cache.disk.capacity. By default it’s usually set to 50000. This value could be lowered depending on how much ram you have. […]

A MyDashboard Plugin review

By • Aug 28th, 2007 • Filed under: WordPress

The author of this remarkable plugin, Barry for Clearskys intends giving new features and a bit of colour to the old WordPress dashboard. The new plugin called The MyDashboard plugin is designed to replace the limited WordPress dashboard with something a bit more useful, extend-able and skinnable. Features include:

Java Runtime Environment (JRE6) for Ubuntu JRE

By • Aug 24th, 2007 • Filed under: Firefox, Ubuntu

The Java Runtime Environment(JRE) enables your computer to run applications and applets that use Java technology. Without it some web pages would not be completely downloaded. In Ubuntu JRE, and the JRE plugin for Firefox have to be installed personally. Unfortunately Debian based systems have to use an alternative method because Sun Microsystems provides only […]

CookieCuller Firefox extension

By • Aug 23rd, 2007 • Filed under: Firefox

Beware of cookies. They are omni present and violating your on-line anonymity. If you want total control over which cookies stay on your computer and which cookies can be automatically deleted, then the Firefox extension, CookieCuller is for you. Normally you can clear-up your cookies using the Firefox >> Tools >> Clear Personal Data >> […]

Kabatology:Open Source, Linux Redesigned

By • Aug 21st, 2007 • Filed under: Extras

After putting in hours, days and weeks I can finally say Kabatology now has a new professional and Adsense-optimized WordPress theme. Cleaning up the code was more tedious, brain-cracking (Case Tête) and time-wasting than I expected. Anyway the positive feedbacks I received, say it was worth the pain. Web designing is a continuous process, one […]