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1answer
73 views

Adding a startup password to a browser

In my work computer, I like to stay logged into my email accounts, Facebook etc. However, I am concerned that someone might get into my computer when I am away (e.g. an administrator can log into my ...
1
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2answers
252 views

Debian - Firefox is Very Slow, Chromium is Very Fast

I'm working on a fresh install of Debian Wheezy, running Firefox 28.0 64-bit (although I've also tried 17.0). FF does not have any plugins installed, and all about:config is set to default. Firefox ...
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2answers
71 views

Enabling a browser to display content before loading assets

I moved recently and still have no internet connection, so I'm trying to live with 3G somehow for a few days. It's really frustrating to browse the internet loading things at 8kbps(that's how it works ...
1
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1answer
45 views

Is it any Firefox extensions that will let you run a tab with chromes engine?(Like IETab) [closed]

There is an extension for Firefox and Google chrome that let's you run tabs on Internet Explorer's render engine, so it will be displayed just like if you opened it in IE. Is there any similar ...
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0answers
968 views

Firefox Integration with Chrome (Google Accounts)

Normally I use Chrome or Chromium to browse the web and I love that it keeps all my preferences, history, passwords, bookmarks, extensions and preferences synced across computers using my Google ...
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0answers
234 views

Java applet class never found

I am having a problem with the java plugins of all three major browsers: chromium, firefox and Internet Explorer. The issue is that applets will always fail to load and yield errors no matter what ...
2
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1answer
872 views

Web browser without HDD access

I'm wondering if there is a way to disable all browsing-related drive access (history, cookie jar, disk caches) in either Firefox or Google Chromium (Linux). Basically, I'm running this on a laptop, ...
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2answers
1k views

Synchronize Cookies Between Browsers

Is there any way to share cookies between my browsers, so whatever I do on one browser also takes effect on the other one? (Chromium and Firefox)
2
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1answer
408 views

Do Firefox and Chromium cache media served from the localhost?

I am developing a web application and I've set up my JavaScript and CSS files to have far future expires. I send back to the client that each file was last modified a year ago and that each file ...
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1answer
169 views

Firefox search from URL bar

Chrome, at least in the nightlies, has a feature that recognizes searchable websites such as wikipedia and Google Images when you start typing their URL, and lets you search them from the URL bar with ...