1. Google gravity : Feel the effect of gravity on google. All page components will fall down due to gravity.
To perform the trick of Google Gravity, just do the following:
- Visit http://www.google.com/ (not www.google.co.in or .uk or .au).
- Turn off the Google Instant Search ( From settings).
- Type in Google Gravity into the search box.
- Click on I’m Feeling Lucky button.
- Move the mouse.
Note: I tried it but it doesnot work with IE but it works with MOZILLA and CHROME.
Its been some time I have been using windows 8, and one thing I noticed from day one was when ever I clicked any link either in a metro app, in some document or any where else in windows 8. For first couple of times, I did not had any issues with the thing happening in windows but after some time I realized that IE 10 on desktop would be a better choice when I m dealing with other apps and programs windows.
After some searching I found out that there can be a simple solution to this problem just by changing some configurations settings related to links. You should know that IE10 is available in both Metro style and desktop experiences when it is the default browser. More »
A collection of Windows XP and Windows Vista releases offered by Microsoft was refreshed earlier this week, allowing customers to download and run the two operating systems free of charge.
The Internet Explorer Application Compatibility VPC Image downloads were updated, with the previous version closing in on the expiration deadline.
The latest versions of the Windows Virtual PC VHDs continue to be time-bombed, but users have a good few months of usage before they expire.
According to the software giant, the new XP and Vista virtual images are set to expire on 05/18/2011.
The Internet Explorer Application Compatibility VPC Images are offered by Microsoft for free to help web developers that need to test their websites on different versions of IE, as well as on older Windows operating systems. More »
By the time that Mozilla gets done with the Beta phase of the development process there might be as many as a dozen Builds of the next iteration of the open source browser ahead of the first Release Candidate (RC).
Having suffered numerous delays, only 10 Beta Builds of Firefox 4.0 were slated for delivery initially.
With Firefox 4.0 Beta 10 already shipped, and with Beta 11 now cooking, Mozilla is revealing the possibility that Beta 12 could also be offered to early adopters for testing prior to RC1.
At this point in time, there’s no actual plan to build Firefox 4.0 Beta 12, with Mozilla still aiming to make Beta 11 the last testing milestone before the browser graduates to the Release Candidate phase. More »