Posts Tagged ‘interface’

Firefox 26 for Android Gets a Revamped Interface

Monday, August 26th, 2013

Yet another interface change for Firefox … and I’m starting to wonder if the product engineers at Mozilla ever take a day off.

Android users have lots of choice when it comes to web browsers for the system. From Google Chrome to Firefox and dozens of third party browsers in-between, it is almost certain that you find a browser that provides you with everything that you need.


Adaptify Modifies Firefox’s Interface Theme Based on the Websites You Visit

Thursday, August 8th, 2013

Well here’s a Firefox add-on that I’ll definitely do my best to avoid; I’d rather configure the browser to fit my needs, instead of having the browser configure itself based on what it thinks I need.

When it comes to interface customizations, Firefox is probably the browser that gives designers and users more options than any of the other popular browsers out there. Not only can you modify interface elements so that everything fits the way you want it to be, you also got access to two different types of themes that you can install.


Windows 8 is Not Intuitive to Use, At Least for Now

Friday, March 23rd, 2012

Here’s yet another less-than-complimentary article about Windows 8 … this seems to be a rising trend.

Have you ever watched someone with little computing experience use a computer? If you ever worked tech support or are the go-to guy when tech issues come up, you probably know what I’m talking about. Their way of using a computer is often fundamentally different from ours.