Adobe today released Flash Player 11.6 for Windows and Mac platforms. The Flash Player 11.6, codenamed ‘Folsom’, contains several bug fixes and performance improvements.
Symantec Corporation has released updates for its popular antivirus and security products, Norton 360 and Norton Internet Security 2013. These updates bring new version of integrated and important component, the Norton Toolbar for Firefox, which is now compatible with the Firefox 18.
It seems that the Chrome team has decided to promote only apps through the Chrome Web Store. The home page of CWS now features only apps.
With access to all the data on all websites, this extension asks users to participate in certain surveys before they can use the features.
Nitro has all those features one expect from a tasks or to-do list manager application. Here, I try to explain those features and show you one of the best packaged apps available on Chrome Web Store.
Starting with the Chrome 25, Chrome will disable silently installed third-party bundled extensions. Additionally, all sideloaded extensions will be disabled once including those installed manually by the users.
Developer of F. B. Purity, a browser extension to remove annoying and irrelevant stuff from Facebook.com, has been banned by the Facebook.
The ABP now automatically corrects users when it detects possible typographical error while typing the URL in the address bar. Although the typo correction feature is not enabled by default, and the ABP prompts users to enable this feature when the user mistypes something for the first time.
Chrome team has introduced a new set of APIs for the extension and app developers. These APIs, termed as Media Galleries APIs, enable developers to create Packaged Apps with access to media files stored on users’ device.