Extensions are the first step from Google towards making the browser more user-friendly.
An extension system has been one of the most requested features for Google Chrome. One important note for the Google team was to make extensions easy to create and maintain, while preserving Google Chrome’s speed and stability (Speed of access being Chrome’s Unique Selling Point). Extensions on Google Chrome accomplishes all these goals: they are as easy to create as web pages, easy to install, and each extension runs in its own process to avoid crashing or significantly slowing down the browser.
In this article, you will find information on how to use a Google Chrome Extension on a Windows machine.
This blog post briefs up the updates which are made to the following SysInternals Tools – VMMap v2.5, Disk2vhd v1.4, Sigcheck v1.63, Autoruns v9.57, PsExec v1.97 and PsKill v1.13.
VirtualBox is a general-purpose full virtualizer for x86 hardware. Targeted at server, desktop and embedded use, it is now the only professional-quality virtualization solution that is also Open Source Software.
The Virtual Box Team did a maintenance release “VirtualBox 3.0.12” last week. Check this article to understand, what has changed in this maintenance release.
Yesterday, at the Microsoft Professional Developer Conference (PDC) at Los Angeles, Microsoft announced not only the release of version 4.0 of the.NET Micro Framework, but also their stratergies towards open sourcing the product and making it available under the Apache 2.0 license, which is already being used by the community within the embedded space.
Microsoft is planning on establishing a core technology team that is made up of both Microsoft and non-Microsoft contributors that continues the goals of producing a high quality product for very small devices. This group will act as the gateway to community contributions while, at the same time, Microsoft Developers will continue add functionality and coordinate with the overall .NET team.
This is an Xcellent article i came across on Twitter today. This was one of the update from Atul Chitnis’s Twitter notes. In this article Atul writes on the “Speaker’s Guide” for foss.in conference.
The very moment I went through it, It striked my mind to share this on my blog as well !!
There are considerable facilities supplied in the box with Novell and SUSE products that many people simply do not know about! The Novell Hidden Gems Tour is a must-attend for those who want to get full value from their investment in Novell and SUSE products. With this tour the Novell team aim to help users get more from the products they already have or wish to acquire.
This event is gonna’ happen in Bangalore and Mumbai on Dec 8th and 15th respectively. You can find the registration details and the agenda in this post.
Microsoft has released six new security bulletins with fixes for a total of 15 vulnerabilities affecting its Windows and Office product lines. Three of the six bulletins are rated “critical,” meaning they can be used to launch remote code execution or worm attacks without any user action. One of the Windows vulnerabilities could expose users to drive-by malware attacks via the browser.
Security bulletins are released monthly to resolve critical problem vulnerabilities. This article provides you with an overview of the new security bulletins being released on November 10, 2009.
This week, Microsoft released the October preview of the Visual Studio 2010 & .NET Framework 4 Training Kit. The content in this training kit has been tested with Beta 2 and is ready for you to use. You can also find links for Channel 9’s online learning center for Visual Studio 2010.
Paint.NET is free image and photo editing software for computers that run Windows. It features an intuitive and innovative user interface with support for layers, unlimited undo, special effects, and a wide variety of useful and powerful tools. This software is compared to other digital photo editing software packages such as Adobe® Photoshop®, Corel® Paint Shop Pro®, Microsoft Photo Editor, and The GIMP.
In this book from Realtime Nexus, the author Dan Sullivan illustrates examples of efficient content and document collaboration drawn from a variety of industries, including financial services, life sciences, manufacturing and government. It offers an insightful look at technology solutions, such as electronic documents and forms, which meet the various collaboration and sharing requirements. A set of best practices is included to identify potential areas for more efficient content and forms management, as well as establish supportive workflow processes and security policies.