For Windows/Mac/Ubuntu: JDownloader is a java-based download management tool that completely automates the downloading process in popular file sharing sites like Rapidshare and Megaupload. It offers downloading in multiple parallel streams, it can circumvent captcha, auto-reconnect and let you “pause” downloads where its not permitted. More»
Ubuntu 9.10 was the last version to have Java Runtime Environment in its repositories. Since then all other versions come with the community-built OpenJDK that has little or nothing to envy the previous, Oracle’s JRE.
If you installed a recent version of Ubuntu from scratch you certainly don’t have Java Runtime Environment running in the background. Maybe you don’t really need it at all. As usual, there’s yet another security hole to patch. If you desperately need it then this is how you can quickly install it on Ubuntu 12.04, 12.10, 13.04 – via the PPA. More»
Mozilla has finally released the first beta for Firefox 4, you can now download and test this beta release, the very first of a series of betas that bring many improvements to the popular brown browser. As already reported, Firefox 4 that will be officially released at the end of the year is a major update, much of the Firefox of this browser depends on this release. More»
After the ‘Bookmark Restore’ feature in my.xmarks.com Tools menu here comes Password Restore, a new Xmarks feature. ‘Bookmark Restore’ is a great way go back in time, and explore your old bookmarks backed-up in Xmarks servers, and even restore them too. ‘Password Restore’ is capable of restoring your synced passwords to Firefox password manager in case you accclassentally delete them or if Firefox gets corrupted and looses your saved passwords. To retrieve your saved and synced passwords visit My.Xmarks, Tools menu and hit ‘Restore Old Passwords’. More»
Firefox for Maemo 1.1 is now available to download for Maemo devices (Nokia N900, N810). Users of Maemo devices with Firefox Mobile, Fennec installed will shortly receive updates. More»