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  1. paulysanju

    Best virus protected web browsers

    Which is the best virus protected web browser ?
  2. What's the bottom line with the different browsers and working with color now? Using Edge (or IE) my colors appear exactly as I thought I designed them. Fairly recently, Chrome and Opera show the colors as really washed out. Firefox is still showing the original like Edge does. See the image blow (with a color picker). What's the bottom line now? Will we have to redesign and color our icons and logos, or will there be a script which tells the browser to show the colors as we intended them? Or will we just need to get a more modern monitor in the future, so that we can design images and colors more accurately to a standard?
  3. ashleyben

    Best Browser for SEO

    Please suggest me best Browser that support most of the SEO addons.
  4. MikeChipshop

    Browser - N64 Emulator

    More a proof of concept currently but still pretty damn smart. Paul Holden is developing a Nitendo 64 emulator that works in a modern web browser, using Javascript and OpenGL. The work so far can be seen at http://hulkholden.github.com/n64js/. Currently it's damn slow to play and you'll need to locate some game ROM's to try it out but as far as a proof of concept goes, it's pretty damn sexy. Here's a video to keep you amused...