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Avant Browser Armagetron Advanced :: a Tron clone in 3D StartPage Guard * Please note: development life cycle of this program came to an end. This page is being kept here for the reference only. * Version 2.52 - Deals with hi-jacking search-pages through executable URLs * Version 2.5 - Rewritten procedure for handling search-page hijacking through the HOSTS file. StartPage Guard (SPG) protects your PC from cyberscam, by detecting and preventing any unauthorized changes to your internet browser's Start and Search pages. Malicious programs (viruses, trojans, backdoors, etc.) sometime change the StartPage to "gain the ground". Copyright © 2002 Piotr J.

ThreeTeeth.com: Home of the ThreeTeeth Web Browser Deepnet Explorer - Web + P2P + News Browser Maxthon Browser Vos réglages vous suivent Utilisez votre Passport de Maxthon à la synchronisation transparente et accéder à vos favoris, notes, et même aux paramètres entre des ordinateurs de bureau et des périphériques. Maxthon, facilite votre navigation lors de vos voyages, selon votre rythme. Recherches multiples Comparez les résultats de recherche sur Google, Yahoo, Bing et tout autre moteur de recherche, facilement, dans une seule fenêtre. Zoom plus/moins Zoom pleine page ou réduit comme vous préférez. Réduire les frappes fastidieuses Créer des raccourcis sur vos sites les plus visités avec Maxthon 3, en utilisant la fonction alias d´adresse. Ouvrir plusieurs sessions avec Maxthon Pour les joueurs ! Recherche par Glisser & Déposer Sélectionnez un Lien ou des mots sur une page Web, puis faites glisser et déposez-les dans votre barre d´adresses pour ouvrir de nouvelles pages ou exécuter une recherche sur le Web. Créer un groupe Calendrier de l´historique Plus vite avec les Mouvements de la souris. Barre d´état

Global Interactive Marketing Services Crazy Browser Browser Support - Winamp Developer Wiki This wiki page has been created to help Web developers and QA engineers optimize their web pages to be rendered within the Winamp client application. Where are web pages loaded within Winamp? Winamp has 2 primary areas that allow external web sites to be loaded within the client experience -- Online Services and the Bento Skin Browser 1) Online Services Online Services is a feature within the Winamp Media library that allows 3rd parties to submit their web site to appear as an integrated service within the client. File:Online Services Screenshot.png 2) Bento Skin Browser Winamp's default skin, named "Bento", has a built in web browser that allows users to freely surf the web, create bookmarks, etc. File:Bento Browser Screenshot.png What browser engine is embedded within Winamp? The Winamp Browser is powered by leveraging the version of Internet Explorer that is resident on the users local machine (IE only). File:Winamp Browser Support Matrix.png Screen Size: Access to Online Services API's:

Browzar | Your private window on the Web Midori | Twotoasts Midori is a lightweight web browser. Features Native GTK+2/ GTK+3 and WebKit. High focus on Private browsing, user scripts and customizable keyboard interface. Adblock, form history, cookie management, RSS feed panel, external download managers (wget, SteadyFlow, FlashGet). Requirements: GLib 2.32.3, GTK+ 2.24.0, WebkitGTK+ 1.8.1, libXML2, libsoup 2.27.90, sqlite 3.0, Vala 0.16, libnotify Optional: GTK+ 3.0, gcr, zeitgeist, Granite 0.2, WebKit2GTK+ 1.11.91/ 2.0.0 Current State Development happens in Bazaar, from which stable versions are regularly prepared. For more information see the Midori FAQ. Download Download now on midori-browser.org Contributing to Midori Checkout the bzr repository bzr branch lp:midori Read how to contribute on midori-browser.org Join #midori on Freenode to talk about Midori, discuss bugs and new ideas. Report bugs at the Launchpad Bug Tracker.

Royal Pingdom » A look inside the fastest supercomputer in Europe Posted in Tech blog on June 2nd, 2009 by Pingdom What is now the fastest supercomputer in Europe was recently unveiled at a research institute in Jülich, Germany. The computer, named Jugene, is capable of a massive one trillion computing operations per second. Here are some facts about the Jugene supercomputer: Based on IBM’s Blue Gene/P architecture.Computing capacity: 1 petaflop/second.That equals the computing power of more than 50,000 PCs.294,912 processor cores.Processor type: 32-bit PowerPC 450 at 850 MHz.144 terabytes of RAM.Mounted in 72 racks.Network bandwidth: 5.1 gigabyte/second with a 160 nanosecond latency.Power input: 2.2 megawatts. Wish we could get one of these for Pingdom. Packing those CPUs tightly together Each of the Jugene’s 72 racks has 1024 compute nodes, where each node has 2 gigabyte of RAM (totaling 144 terabytes for the whole system). For those of you who really want to dive into the nitty-gritty tech specs regarding Jugene’s setup, here’s more info.

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