Desktop Linux News claims over 50% of it’s readers use Firefox browser on their Linux machines. Obviously, this isn’t a scientific poll, but it does reflect the popularity of Firefox. Read more to find out why Firefox is so popular, and how you can get it for your Linux system.
Linux Web Browsing & Communications Tips, Tweaks & Troubleshooting: Optimizing Your Online Experience With Linux
The Linux platform is a supremely resilient and highly functional operating system for communications and online activities. From emailing, instant messaging, web browsing and multimedia streaming, to advanced network topology, lock down security and server configuration, the Linux platform offers a wealth of online and communications functionality. Here we look at Linux web browsing and communications techniques, explaining what is Linux Networking? How Linux can be used with such popular web browsers as Opera, Firefox and IE? And how you can get the most from your email and social media formats over the Linux platform.
Recently, Google released its new, open source web browser. Chrome has been the talk of the ‘net since it’s release. Unfortunately, for Linux users Chrome is only available in Windows right now. This guide shows you how to install Google Chrome on Ubuntu Linux until Google release a native version.