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Force Chrome, Firefox and Opera Web Browsers to start in Private Browsing Mode [Ubuntu/Linux]

By • May 12th, 2010 • Filed under: Firefox, Open-Source, Ubuntu

To force your web browser to start in the “track-free mode”, colloquially known as “porn mode”, or private browsing mode, use the command-line to launch the browser with a simple command-line switch.

Opera, The Browser Of The Moment, Lands on iPhone

By • Apr 13th, 2010 • Filed under: PortableApps, Ubuntu, Windows

The “little red communist browser” as some call it is without doubts the browser of the moment. Yesterday, in a press release, Opera Software announced that Opera browsers exceed 100 million users – 50 million desktop users and 50 million mobile users. Well, Opera Mini, the mobile version of the Opera web browser has always […]

Portable Opera 10.50 Web Browser

By • Mar 20th, 2010 • Filed under: Opera-Browser, Windows

Opera 10.50 Portable web browser brings all the Opera 10.50 sweeties to your portable USB Pendrive. Being a no-install standalone, it permits you to give the new Opera browser a clean-test on your Windows platform, just delete all the folder it creates when testing is over. Also available for download at Opera@USB is an upgrader […]

Unofficial Opera 10.50 Beta for Unix

By • Mar 1st, 2010 • Filed under: Opera-Browser, Ubuntu

It reads Alpha but its a Beta, Opera 10.50 beta for Unix is around, but has not yet been announced, and it’s still blazing fast, just like the alpha – Opera says this version (Opera 10.50) is up to 8 times faster than the previous version, i don’t doubt it.

Blazing fast Opera 10.50 Alpha for Unix

By • Feb 20th, 2010 • Filed under: Opera-Browser, Ubuntu, Video

The Opera development team has released another development snapshot of Opera 10.50 browser for Unix/Linux. Opera “10.5 alpha showcases the latest technologies that will be available in” the “next major release”. This build contains many improvements, bug fixes and several known issues too; font problems, command line option problems, compiz issues, language input issues and […]