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Several of its built-in utilities havent really evolved since their inception. Take Chromes bookmarks manager for example. Its not too bad, I mean, it does what its supposed to do, however, thats about it. There is nothing fancy. Pine for Chrome, however, can help you sort that out. It lets you organize similar bookmarks by attaching a tag to them. Also, it lets you get a quick preview and YouTube screenshots of links. Its pretty handy. Hush (Chrome) We talked about the bookmark manager of Chrome. Theres one more thing that you might have noticed on the browser. And that is that it doesnt let you save bookmarks in incognito mode. You can use the Chrome extension Hush, which allows you to do just that. Another handy feature from the service is it allows you to set passwords for those bookmarks. Goal for Firefox FIFA World Cup 2014 started recently, and we have already heard a lot of complaints from the people who are having trouble live streaming the games. If you too are one such angry user, and are fine with text updates, popular service Goal has launched a Firefox extension for you. Ballloon (Chrome) Ballloon for Chrome lets you save Web files, images, links directly to your Dropbox and Google Drive account.
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Please enter a valid phone number. Please enter your Phone Number. Send Thanks! A link has been sent. Done April Windows 7 Patch Needed to Get June IE Updates By Tom’s Guide / Jill Scharr June 16, 2014 3:14 PM 0 shares View photo April Windows 7 Patch Needed to Get June IE Updates Sometimes people forget to update their computers when a new software patch is released. Sometimes they don’t realize they should. And sometimes they just don’t want to update. If you use Internet Explorer 11 on Windows 7 and you haven’t installed Microsoft’s April security update to Explorer, then you won’t be able to install the much larger June IE update, and you won’t receive any further updates to IE 11 including important security patches until you do. Furthermore, if you’re a Windows 7 user and you don’t have the April Windows 7 IE 11 patch installed, not only will future Internet Explorer patches not install, but they won’t even appear in your Windows Update queue of recommend updates. MORE: Best PC Antivirus Software 2014 Microsoft had previously warned Windows 8.1 users that they had to update to a later version of Windows 8.1 in order to receive any security patches beyond June 10. Now, according to a technically dense Microsoft support document , it seems Windows 7 users are also being required to update something now to get more updates later. In this case, however, ignoring the April update only affects Internet Explorer 11. This requirement immediately affects Windows 7 users who depend on Windows Update to keep their computers patched mostly consumers and small and medium-size businesses. Enterprise users, who use different updating software, have until August 12 to install the April IE patches. The April IE update contained no major changes to Microsoft’s products, so if you’ve been regularly downloading updates, you should be fine installing it. If, for whatever reason, you don’t want to, you can always replace Internet Explorer 11 with a different browser. Emailjscharr@tomsguide.comor follow her @JillScharr and Google+ . Follow us @TomsGuide , on Facebook and on Google+ .
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