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GoogleRelease web-browser Chrome 28 with the increase of minimum requirements for the Linux-based system

The browser is built on the code base open source project Chromium and characterized by using the logos of Google, built-in Flash and PDF, the presence of notification in the event of failure, the system automatically updates and transmission when looking RLZ-parameters.

The main changes:

– Dropped support for older releases Linux-distributions, including Chrome 28 now can not be used in RHEL 6 and Debian 6 (Squeeze). Minimum requirements for distributions raised to Ubuntu 12.04 +, Debian 7 +, OpenSuSE 12.2 + and Fedora Linux 17 +. Improving the system requirements due to the termination of support in Chrome and Chromium older versions of the library GTK +, younger version 2.24; Continue reading

FirefoxProject Mozilla, which celebrates its fifteenth anniversary these days, formally introduced release web-browser Firefox 20, and a mobile version of Firefox 20 for Android.

In the next few days in beta testing, will branch Firefox 21, and will be separated aurora-branch Firefox 22.

According to the six-week development cycle, Firefox 21 release is scheduled for May 14, and Firefox 22 on June 25.

In the coming hours expected release Seamonkey 2.17, as well as updating the branches with long term support for Firefox 17.0.5 and Thunderbird 17.0.5.

Of the improvements presented in Firefox 20, include: Continue reading

Google ChromeGoogle introduced release web-browser Chrome 26 is available for platforms Linux, Mac OS X and Windows.

The browser is built on the code base Chromium open source project and is characterized by the logo Google, built-in Flash and PDF, the presence of notification in the event of failure, the system automatically updates and sending the search RLZ-parameters.

The new version is much improved proofing tools in the web-forms. Added check for grammar, homonyms and taking advantage of context web-service “Ask Google for suggestions”, offering the most suitable replacement options based on accumulated data and the use of the mechanisms used by the search engine Google to correct errors in the request. In particular, the new system is able to select an option from the likely meaning of the expression (a word can be written without errors, but not reflect the sense of, for example, instead of writing the “effect” of the word “affect”). Also, the system can detect confusion in writing people’s names. For all supported languages, updated dictionaries for spell checking. Possible to sync between different computers complementary dictionaries of words that have been added manually by the user. Continue reading

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