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A New Web Browser for Our Friends – Vivaldi

A New Web Browser for Our Friends – Vivaldi

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Opera Founder Launches Vivaldi, a Browser for Demanding Users After leaving Opera Software ASA in 2010, Jon von Tetzchner didn't expect to be back in the browser-building game. But dissatisfaction with current browser options has resulted in today's launch of Vivaldi 1.0, which boasts the most powerful tab-management features around and a Notes feature similar to that in Microsoft's Edge browser. The Vivaldi browser has been downloaded over 1 million times in pre-release builds, and though Version 1 goes final today, von Tetzchner and his geographically far-flung team plan many more feature additions, including an email reader, a syncing feature, and mobile app versions. Browsers that aren't tied to a big tech platform company have a hard time taking hold. Firefox is the notable exception, nabbing nearly 25 percent of browser market share at its high point.

Using an OLED TV for Post Production When you spend all day looking at images, as I do as a film editor, you really want to look at them on the best possible display you can, or at least the best that you can afford. A professional broadcast OLED monitor, like the Sony BVM-X300 30 inch 4K TriMaster EL OLED, will set you back around £35,000, which is certainly more than I can afford, and far more than I require. But consumer grade OLED TVs that costs a 10th of this, have come on in leaps and bounds in the past few years. Manufacturers like LG have been especially cognisant of the professional consumer by, for example, providing greater access to internal calibration controls, making top of the line OLED TVs a very viable option for your editing and colour grading suite. It is worth pointing out that the underlying OLED panels in a £35k broadcast monitor and a £3,500 OLED TV are made from different technology (RGB vs WRGB OLED), hence the huge price differential, but let’s not get into that for now. The LG 55″ E8 OLED

Sleipnir The page title is shown when the cursor is aligned and when switching tabs. It has been designed so that the page title can be checked at the most necessary timing. You can modify the address by clicking it. Thorium Reader – EDRLab Thorium Reader is the EPUB reader of choice for Windows 10, MacOS and Linux. This EDRLab application is in constant development and aims at becoming a reference for accessing EPUB 3 publications in reflow or fixed layout format, audiobooks and visual narratives, LCP protected or not. It is localized in a large set of languages, each version offering new languages. Huge efforts are also made to get Thorium Reader highly accessible for visually impaired and dyslexic people.

Ultra - Powerful Multi-purpose WordPress Theme 17 Header/Page Styles Select a header/page design from 17 styles (the no header option is perfect for making landing pages where you don't want to have header navigation). And yes, there is a sticky header option and this design list is growing! Process Monitor Process Monitor is an advanced monitoring tool for Windows that shows real-time file system, Registry and process/thread activity. It combines the features of two legacy Sysinternals utilities, Filemon and Regmon, and adds an extensive list of enhancements including rich and non-destructive filtering, comprehensive event properties such session IDs and user names, reliable process information, full thread stacks with integrated symbol support for each operation, simultaneous logging to a file, and much more. Its uniquely powerful features will make Process Monitor a core utility in your system troubleshooting and malware hunting toolkit. Overview of Process Monitor Capabilities Process Monitor includes powerful monitoring and filtering capabilities, including: The best way to become familiar with Process Monitor's features is to read through the help file and then visit each of its menu items and options on a live system.

First Look: Chris Hein Ensemble Strings - Sample Library Review Chris Hein is back with a ‘Designed’ String Ensemble that comes with every bit of the control we have come to expect from the developer. CH Ensemble Strings delivers a delightfully expressive collection of instruments and there is no shortage of voices with the libraries 32 different articulations! Jump to the Videos of Chris Hein Ensemble Strings Jump to the Demos of Chris Hein Ensemble Strings First Look: Chris Hein Ensemble Strings

OmniWeb Visual tabs Most browsers have tabs, but OmniWeb builds on the idea of viewing multiple web pages in a single window by offering thumbnails. When you create a new tab in your tab drawer, a thumbnail graphic allows you to easily identify the page. Keep your browsing organized and productive by quickly switching back and forth between them, changing their position in the drawer, creating new tabs on the fly, and even dragging and dropping tabs from one window to another.

ExifTool - A Viewer for Camera Exif data - ExifTool Digital camera image files contain Exif data (Exif is Exchangeable image file format). This data describes the format of the image data. The camera is the source, and the value to camera users is that the camera settings are also recorded in the Exif data. Exif data can be in JPEG, TIFF, and raw image files, and also sound data files. Image formats PNG, GIF and JPEG2000 do not include Exif data. The current revision is Exif 2.2, and here is the Exif 2.2 specification. 10 Clever Color Combinations by Adam Noar Did you know that color affects people’s moods? Think about that the next time you’re deciding what theme to use on a PowerPoint presentation! How to pick colors for PowerPoint and develop a harmonious presentation color palette is one of those not-so-small details necessary to creating the perfect presentation. There are various PowerPoint presentation color combinations, but not all of them are created equal.

A Hacker's Tips For Protecting Your Digital Privacy Protecting individual privacy from government intrusion is older than American democracy. In 1604, the attorney general of England, Sir Edward Coke, ruled that a man’s house is his castle. This was the official declaration that a homeowner could protect himself and his privacy from the king’s agents.