How to Fix Google Chrome Crash Problem

A new version of Google Chrome which is much more experimented than the previous versions. I downloaded this new version and I got amazed by the new changes I saw. Speed has increased, no crashing problem, fast loading, fast search.

How To Auto Translate Text In Google Chrome

It is common to come across the Web pages published in unfamiliar languages while surfing the World Wide Web. For example, if you are searching for a Chinese company, the chances are high that its Web site will be totally in the local language.

How to Fix the Safari Privacy Leak by Disabling Autofill

If you're using Safari right now, you could be open to a malicious attack via your autofill feature, which is enabled by default.[1] The autofill feature on the Safari could be letting a malicious site find out your personal details, such as your full name, where you work and live down to the city and state or province, and your email address.

How to Login To Multiple Google Accounts

After adding the extension to Chrome, click the new icon in the top right corner of the browser window, then on options.

How to add Auto-hide status bar in Mozilla Firefox

Visit in your Firefox browser. Click on the yellow (may turn green in future) Add to Firefox button to install the autoHideStatusbar add-on.

Saturday, February 11, 2012

How to Block Cookies of a Specific Website?

Cookies are a valuable way to improve the web browsing experience. They do important things such as remembering preferences and login information. However, other sites may use cookie to track you or to record your browsing habits. This tech-recipe describes how to block or allow cookies for one specific page or website.

Steps to Follow

  • Launch Firefox and go to the website you want to block cookies.
  • Go to Tools->Page info.

In the Page info window, switch to Permissions tab and head to Set Cookies section.

Uncheck Use Default and then choose Block. That’s it. You have blocked cookies from that website.

Friday, February 10, 2012

Internet Explorer Browser Slow? Few Tips to Fix IE's Browser Problems and Boost System Performance

I think many computer users have experienced problems of their IE browser being slow. Sometimes the IE browser takes you a long time to open. Sometimes it even hangs or freezes in the middle of the way. Without a proper running IE browser, to surf the internet could be very challenging. Follow through the article and you will find several main reasons for this problem as well as the possible solution.

Disable Ctfmon.exe Process
The Ctfmon.exe Process is one of the main reasons for IE browser slow. It is mainly used in Window Internet Explorer7. The functions of this process is to monitor and control active windows and alternative input services such as handwriting, voice recognition and the word language bar. You can disable it if there is no need to use this process. By doing so, the open speed of IE browser can be optimized in a certain degree. You may follow the these steps to disable the process: Control panel---Regional and language options---language tab---click the details button---advanced Tab---click turn off advanced text service---click OK to finish.

Disable 'Plug and Play' feature

SSDP service is known as a problem which can cause application slow downs, this service will constantly search the new installed hardware devices such as printer, mouse, keyboard etc thus consume additional CPU usage. If there is no new hardware you want to install, it is recommended to disable it for the good sake. Here is how you to disable it: Control Panel---Administration tools---Services---search for "SSDP Discovery Service"---right click on it---click stop button at the top.

Clean up unwanted registry entries
Unwanted registry entry is another reason that cause IE browser slow. These entries mainly generated from programs you've uninstalled on the computer. Sometimes you think that you have successfully uninstalled a program, actually there were still many corrupted, redundant entries left in the Windows registry which make it lumpish and sluggish. The best solution is to use registry cleaner like Registry Easy to clean the registry regularly to maintain it as compact as possible.

Friday, February 3, 2012

How to setup multiple home pages in Firefox

First off, go to Tools, and then Options from the top menu. Click on the Main or General tab.


So if I wanted to have and both set as startup home pages, I would type in the following:|
So your screen should look like this with the multiple URLs in the Home Page box:

And that’s it! Now when you open a new instance of Firefox, both of the tabs will appear! Sweet! Now there’s also an easier method of doing the same thing and that is to Use Bookmark.
Basically, if you have a folder of bookmarks in Firefox and you want to set all of them as your startup home pages, just click the Use Bookmark button and select the entire folder.

Whichever bookmarks you have stored in that folder will automatically be placed into the Home Page text box separated by the pipe symbol. So you can use either method to get multiple start pages in Firefox!

Thursday, February 2, 2012

How to Turn off Firefox Go Button

If you always press "Enter" after entering a URL into your address bar, you may want to consider removing the "Go" button next to it. Removing the "Go" button from Firefox results in a less cluttered Firefox toolbar and a bigger address bar with which to work. The “Go” button in Firefox is rarely used and takes up space on the screen, although not all that much. If you want, you can easily disable it to give your address bar more room.
Notice the little green useless button on the right side.

Steps to Follow

  • Just type in about:config into the address bar, 
  • Filter by the value: browser.urlbar.hideGoButton

  • Double-click on the value in the list to change it to true. 
  • The green button should instantly disappear, as you can see in the screenshot.

Wednesday, February 1, 2012

How To Change Lan Settings in Firefox

The Mozilla Firefox's local area network settings allows you to specify how Firefox connects to theInternet. Although the network settings are typically controlled by the operating system, the Firefox settings allows you to change how Firefox connects to the Internet. Specifically, you can setup Firefox to use a proxy server, which conceals your true Internet protocol, or IP, address.

This article will help you to get in to LAN settings in Firefox.


  1. Open Mozilla Firefox.
  2. Press the "Alt" key to expose the Menu Bar, if it is not already visible.
  3. Click "Tools" in the top Menu Bar and select "Options".
  4. Click the "Advanced" tab in the "Options" window, and click the "Network" sub-tab.
  5. Click "Settings" in the "Connections" section to access the LAN settings.