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The most common web browsers used on the internet today

The most common web browsers used on the internet today

Web Browsers. There are 5 big names in the market today most of us are aware of, and most of us either use (or have) 2 or more installed in our computers. Firefox, Internet Explorer, Opera, Chrome, Safari. So many choices, so many version. That’s probably why the market today is so scattered with various people having different versions of browsers, and most people not upgrading their versio... »

Firefox 5 release date confirmed

Firefox 5 release date confirmed

Firefox 4 has to be one of the best, not to mention popular, Internet Browsers available on the market today, and our weekly writer Khalid was quite impressed with it when he did a quick review on it some months back, which you can see here. Now it seems that the release date for Firefox 5 has been confirmed, and it’s actually slightly earlier than expected. June 21st is the day, so mark you... »

Windows 8 Revealed!

Windows 8 Revealed!

Microsoft finally announced the much anticipated ‘new’ Operating System from Microsoft today at the D9 conference, and boy does it look amazing! Very little is known about Windows 8 right now, but at least we have our first screenshots of the future of The Windows Operating System (OS). The screen you see above is actually what Windows 8 will look like when it is released (most likely ... »

Dropbox hits 25 million users

Dropbox hits 25 million users

So if you remember, one of our Writer’s on the Techin5 team wrote up an article on Dropbox (which you can find here) in which he explained what Dropbox is and its features. That was roughly a week ago, and since then Dropbox has announced they have hit 25 million users and that 200 million files are saved daily through dropbox. We can’t help but assume that we at Techin5 had a large ha... »

Internet Explorer 10 won’t be supported on Windows Vista

Internet Explorer 10 won’t be supported on Windows Vista

Oh the irony… Windows Vista will become the first operating system to stop supporting future IE (Internet Explorer) releases, starting with IE10, which is due to come out later this year or early next year if it gets delayed. This is Microsoft at its best, realising its mistakes with Vista, and moving on from it as fast as possible, and we don’t think its a bad thing at all. Why? Becau... »

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