Category Archives: Browsing

Rediscover Browsing with Pale Moon


Pale Moon is a Belgian Beer. But it’s also a fork of Mozilla’s Firefox, aiming at providing a better user experience, refusing to move to the Australis UI interface change that Firefox recently went through (the one that sucked bad). On top of that, it’s surprisingly lightweight (interestingly, it was not a design goal of the project, more of a “collateral damage” if I may say) and what you need to know is that it runs great on the Pandora.

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Setting up OpenDNS on your Pandora


I’m pretty sure the Open Pandora crowd has heard about what DNS are. Domain Name Servers. When you put an address like in your browser bar, your browser will connect to the DNS servers to resolve the name and find the IP address attached to it. Now, do you know what DNS servers you are currently using on your machines, and your Pandora ? Mmm. Do you ?

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The Tube on the Repo. You Can’t Ride That One.


The Tube is the name of an application which is a client for browsing Youtube’s videos outside of the browser, no more, no less. Why on Earth would you want to do that? Well, it actually makes sense since viewing videos on Youtube in the browser can be pretty slow on Pandora, so many people were actually expecting something like that sooner or later. Well, it’s available now. And it rocks.

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Grooveshark: Listening to Music Online on Pandora

You probably know, especially if you live in the US, that nowadays there are tons of services to listen to Music online (usually for free, at least for simple functions). Grooveshark is one of them. And you know what? It works on Pandora, too. Isn’t that a great way to use the excellent audio capabilities of your beloved machine?

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The Latest Qupzilla Browser is Great!


It’s been already a couple of months since I made a thorough comparison of the browsers available on Pandora. And most of it still remains true, while there were many updates since then. Firefox 21 came out just a couple of days ago, and yesterday the latest Qupzilla build was available as well. And you know what? Now it’s probably better than Arora.

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Pandora Browsers: Which One is The Best?


There are already tons (well, lots) of browsers available on Pandora. Firefox, LightWeight2, Chromium, Arora, Panda, Jumanji and many others. Yet it is hard to find a good comparison of what they can do, and how fast and responsive they are. You have been waiting for it, so here is the ultimate comparison of the browsers available for Pandora in March 2013.

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