Here's a handy trick to remember, especially if you're viewing websites on a small screen, or if you use extra toolbars that take up some of your browser's "real estate." For example, if you want to get the best view of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2012 page, you may need to have your browser go full-screen.
The newest version of the Firefox web browser was released on March 22nd, and since by default Firefox is configured to automatically check for updates, you may already be using it. If not, you can upgrade to Firefox 4 by clicking this link; when the install process is complete you'll just need to restart Firefox.
Last week it was my turn to publish a post at the Project Play blog, and the topic seems like too good of an idea not to share with a wider audience of staff who might not regularly read the postings there. So for this month's Internet topic, I'd like to simply point you there to read all about how to add new search engines to your Firefox. Here it is: "Customize Firefox to Search Si
I know that ALL of you have installed & use Firefox as a web browser on your computer -- certainly if not before, then after Pete sent out his email message last week regarding malware and viruses that infect computers through security holes in Internet Explorer.