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This week’s edition of WIG is filled with news link goodness such as Microsoft’s roll out of new SkyDrive features, delivery has begun for the first units of Raspberry Pi’s $35 Linux computer, Google may face a fine over the Safari privacy bypass issue, and more.
Have you ever wondered how the “Most Visited” bookmarks folder included with Firefox works? It’s not just a special-cased folder – it takes advantage of the Places database introduced in Firefox 3, and you can create your own smart bookmarks.
Firefox is one of the more popular web browsers that runs on Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X. Firefox has a lot of built-in, useful features and you can install many extensions to expand its functionality.
Last year we shared a wonderful collection of night-time city wallpapers with you and today we are back with more. Add some unique night-time beauty to your desktop with the second in our series of Cities at Night Wallpaper collections.
Both Chrome and Firefox can restore bookmarks you’ve deleted, but Chrome doesn’t make it easy. Chrome contains a single, hidden bookmark backup file. The backup file can only be restored manually and is frequently overwritten.