Tired of the slowness of Mozilla Firefox and curious with the acclaimed performance of Google Chrome (or Chromium, if you prefer), today I’ve decided to give it a try.
Although it is still an alpha version it already allows you to perform the regular navigation activities that you are used to with an incredible speed.
It’s layout is also a bit different of what we are used to, in my opinion it is great, KISS principle all the way. I also like the new functionalities like the task manager which allows you to take control over the used memory with each tab/window and the browser itself.
Last week I’ve found FoxTab a Firefox extension that brings 3D effects into your web browser.
It allows you to switch through opened tabs with a combination of keys (like you usually do in your operating system to switch through opened programs).
I’ve been using for a couple of days now and it’s been working great. It is really useful when you have 20 tabs opened inside a window and you want so select a specific one. It also has a lot of options and customizable environments which is a plus.
Because a picture is worth more than a thousand words here is a link to FoxTab homepage, image gallery included, and a video on YouTube which illustrates it’s usage.
How many times have you thought: “Wouldn’t it be nice if there was a tool where I could test my website layout, and see how it appears in different browsers..” ?
Well I’ve got news for you!
The tool you’ve been waiting for already exists, or at least something similar to what you (I) have expected.
It’s name is Browsershots and it’s main goal is to take screenshots of your website in different browsers running on different operating systems.