Articles tagged with: Internet Explorer 8

Mozilla Unveils Cross-browser Open Web Apps Store Prototype; Google’s Chrome Store to Launch in November

Mozilla Unveils Cross-browser Open Web Apps Store Prototype; Google’s Chrome Store to Launch in November

The launch of Google’s Chrome Web Store is around the corner and Mozilla is looking to counter it with ‘Open Web Apps. The developer preview prototype of its Open Web Apps Store has been released and will run in all supported browsers, including:

Firefox 3.6 and later
Firefox for mobile
Internet Explorer 8
Chrome …

Internet Explorer 9 Features and Demo set for MIX10

Internet Explorer 9 Features and Demo set for MIX10

With the advent of Internet Explorer 8 many users are happy with it’s advanced features which are competent with other browsers like the famous Firefox or the Google Chrome. Microsoft hasn’t stopped just with the small success of IE 8 and they are very much keen on Internet Explorer 9. …

Adobe BrowserLab Gets New Features – Save Locally and Screenshot Delay

Adobe BrowserLab Gets New Features – Save Locally and Screenshot Delay

BrowserLab is a very useful online service from Adobe which helps you to test your website on multiple browsers and Operating Systems. Today Adobe released an update to BrowserLab which includes the ability to save the test screenshots locally. With this feature screenshot renderings generated by BrowserLab, in either 1-up …

Download Internet Explorer 8 Web Slice Tutorials and Sample Code

Download Internet Explorer 8 Web Slice Tutorials and Sample Code

Developers who are interested in tailoring your websites for internet Explorer 8 can now grab the Web Slice Tutorials from Microsoft Download Center. These short lessons will explain you how to add Web Slices to an existing Web page. In this tutorial you start with a web page that contains …

Internet Explorer 8 MUI packs for Windows XP & Server 03

Internet Explorer 8 MUI packs for Windows XP & Server 03

Internet Explorer 8 MUI Packs for 32-bit and 64-bit editions of Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 are released by Microsoft. They allow users to add different interface languages to Internet Explorer 8.

Firefox to Get Multi Process Support

Firefox to Get Multi Process Support

With the “Content Processes” project Mozilla platform will use separate processes to display the browser UI and web content. Similar to Google Chrome and Internet Explorer 8 Firefox will run each tab as a different process.