Microsoft, Mozilla, Adobe and Foxit Bugs and Their Critical Patches

Several software companies are releasing a whole range of patches and quick fixes for all the little bugs that are appearing on their laptops and PCs. Although Microsoft has reached a record one patch for the most recent cycle, this patch proves to be a pretty important one considering that it will fix a bug allows online hackers to steal information and possibly take over your computer once you view a compromised website.

This patch basically attempts to resolve the errors in Internet Explorer 5 for Windows 2000; Internet Explorer 6 for Windows XP; and Internet Explorer 7 for Windows Vista and XP. It seems like this may also affect Internet Explorer 8 as well, although it has not been necessary for the more robust version that came out with Windows 7. All of these patches are readily available online and can be gotten by simply running the Windows Update on your PC.

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The New Look of Mozilla Firefox on 4.0 Version

The Mozilla Company has just released some mock-ups of the new interface of Firefox 4.0. Interesting changes have some Firefox followers excited, but modifications also have some Firefox 3.5 fans speculating doubtfully about the final product. Overall, changes made by Mozilla in any of its products are almost always anticipated by Firefox users who still believe that Firefox is the way to go in internet browsing.

Two mock-ups have been released for the perusal and critiquing of Firefox users. These mock-ups serve as a sneak preview into what to expect with Mozilla Firefox 4.0. The first version shows the classic layout of the address bar with the tabs placed beneath it.

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SPAMfighter Launches New Anti-Spam Protection for Mozilla Thunderbird

SPAMfighter Launches New Anti-Spam Protection for Mozilla Thunderbird Users Leading anti-spam vendor expands arsenal to serve growing open source community (BOCA RATON, FL) March 23, 2009— SPAMfighter, the company backed by the world’s largest spam fighting community, today announces that its award-winning anti-spam software now supports open source e-mail client Mozilla Thunderbird 2.0.

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