LightShot capture videos and flash part in a browser

LightShot is an add-on it will allows you to capture selected areas in a browser. It is very simple and easy to use anybody. You can capture any part of web page via simple mouse clicks. You can capture videos and flash part also.

To capture image simple click Lightshot icon on the toolbar or status bar, then select area you want to make a screenshot from and click “Save” button then you can save the image into your computer. When you select your area in lightShot provide a square it will contain its width and height then you can select image’s width and height simply. It provides an option for online editing of images. You can also share images via twitter and facebook directly.

It currently supports png, .bmp, and .jpg formats. It will provide add-ons in Firefox, Chrome, and IE
browsers.

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GButts Display all Google Services in webpage

Google important part of internet because Google provides number of services. If you want to access Google services easily GButts a Firefox add-on will help you get quick and easy access to any Google service in just one click.

After installation of GButts Display all Google Services as buttons. You can go to settings to change which services should be available for you as buttons. Left click on a button opens the service in the current tab; middle click opens a new tab.
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SiteLauncher Keyboard based opening for your favorite websites

Web browsers usually access websites type URL in navigation bar, its very difficult one. SiteLauncher is an add-on for Firefox that gives you a super-quick way to to open your favorite websites using only your keyboard. Each website is assigned a single key on the keyboard which has to be pressed to launch it.

To display your list, just press ctrl+space after that press your favorite sites key shortcut. You can easily add and remove shortcut from the list. You can have your site shortcuts automatically arranged or manually arranged in the order you want them to appear inside the Launcher and change colors, text size, spacing, column size, etc.

Opera released Opera 9.6 faster and add with new features


Opera has launched a latest version of its web browser,Opera 9.6.The update enhances the performance of Opera’s built-in e-mail client, and also adds new features to Opera Link, a free browser synchronization service. Opera Link now lets people synchronize custom search engines and typed history, meaning visited websites will be available across all of a user’s computers. A new feed preview has been added as well, permitting users to see RSS feeds before subscribing to them or creating bookmarks.

Opera’s built-in e-mail client, Opera Mail, now includes “low-bandwidth mode” to retrieve mails even faster when bandwidth is limited. This is great for when you’re on the road and trying to use your air card in a bad spot where the signal isn’t very strong.

Opera also claims the new browser will load pages faster than previous versions and now also supports Indonesian, Ukrainian, Estonian, Hindi, Telugu, and Tamil languages.

The browser is available as a free download from Opera’s website, and features clients for Windows, Mac and Linux.

Firefox 3.1 alpha 2 released


Mozilla has officially announced the availability of the second Firefox 3.1 alpha,This release include support for the highly-anticipated HTML 5 “video” element.

The HTML 5 video element offers some unique capabilities that can’t presently be achieved with Flash-based video players. For instance, it enables web developers to more seamlessly intersperse video with other web content, manipulate video playback with JavaScript, and access video elements directly through the document object model.

This new update also enables the user to drag and drop tabs. Dragging a tab from one window to another in alpha 2 will no longer cause the page to reload. This means that users can seamlessly move tabs between windows without disrupting page state or the contents of web forms.

Chrome new web browser from Google


Google Chrome is a web browser project by Google. Chrome browser is now officially available as a beta, offering the promise of increased speed, security and usability.

The browser will include a JavaScript Virtual Machine called V8 and open-sourced as well so other browsers could include it. One aim of V8 was to speed up JavaScript performance in the browser, as it’s such an important component on the web today. Google also say they’re using a “multi-process design” which they say means “a bit more memory up front” but over time also “less memory bloat.” When web pages or plug-ins do use a lot of memory, you can spot them in Chrome’s task manager, “placing blame where blame belongs.

Tabs, which were a key innovation in Firefox, have been innovated further on Google Chrome by putting them on top. Goodger noted that Google thinks of tabs as title bars for Web pages and apps.

Google also claims that it is improving security as well since it uses a multi-process architecture that renders each tab independently. So if a user has a bad application running in one tab it won’t crash or slow down the entire browser.