We all know that Internet Explorer (IE) is the basic browser that is pre installed on our systems whereas Google Chrome is a third partly browser that works really very fast as compared to the IE. It has various extensions that help you a lot while surfing. When you have read the title, you must have given it a thought that is it really possible to merge both of these browsers.
Yes it is possible. In actual it is not merging the browsers; it is like using IE in Google Chrome tab using an extension. The extension is called “IE Tab”. Using this extension you can easily launch IE-only websites in the chrome itself. You can easily view web pages in IE 7, IE 8, or IE 9 mode. You can also run ActiveX Controls, an IE-only technology in chrome itself. Continue reading “Display IE-only Webpages within Chrome itself”
When using IE you must have experienced this feature called the ActiveX Control, sometime or the other. ActiveX usually turns up to allow certain applet to run on a website. While ActiveX only comes up in IE, other browsers don’t require it.
With the help of this free utility called ActiveX Compatibility Manager, you can enable or disable the ActiveX components on the Internet Explorer browser. It disables the desired ActiveX component by setting the “kill bit” of the desired CLSID under the following Registry key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\ActiveX Compatibility. Continue reading “Disable/Enable ActiveX components on Internet Explorer”
Flash is highly important for playing the videos on the browser and other ActiveX content. Adobe has recently released the security update for the flash and other applications like Adobe Reader.
According to this security bulletin, the critical vulnerability that was identified in Adobe Flash Player 10.2.152.33 and earlier versions (Adobe Flash Player 10.2.154.18 and earlier versions for Chrome users) for Windows, Macintosh, Linux, and Solaris operating systems, and Adobe Flash Player 10.1.106.16 and earlier versions for Android has been fixed with this security update. Continue reading “Adobe releases Security Updates for Flash Player and Reader”
The problem was faced by one of our readers that whenever he tries to open Orkut, an unknown file named Debug.log appears on desktop automatically. This problem has also been seen when trying to open iGoogle.
When you open the debug.log in a notepad you will find that it is empty and does not contain anything.
Cause of the problem:
The problem is not much common and has been seen to come mostly when using the IE browser. The problem usually occurs after you are asked to install Continue reading “Solve debug.log Appears on Desktop Automatically”