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How to remove the Feedback button from Firefox 4

The new Firefox 4 Beta has a Feedback button; for some people, that may be an eyesore. Some people have worse problems, like the one shown in the screenshot above. That's my default FF4 installation, by the way; I just ran it and got this, and it wouldn't budge even when I tried to customize it. The four rows of buttons stay. Only when I run it in Safe Mode it looks fine. Interesting. Anyway,...

Facebook gets an "I Don't Care" button, via a Google Chrome extension

Now that Facebook's "like" button is poised to take over the whole web, the campaign for a "dislike" button is more relevant than ever. But what about a third option, a "meh" option, an "I Don't Care" option? If you're a Google Chrome user, you can add "I Don't Care" to Facebook using the FBOSF extension. OSF is an abbreviation of the French "on s'en fout," meaning "we don't care." If you...

No one is 'feeling lucky' in Google Search

Do you use the 'I'm Feeling Lucky' button over at Google search? Didn't think so, and Google knows this, so why not just take it off? The 'I'm Feeling Lucky' button has been a mainstay at Google since it was released nearly eight years ago. Its main purpose, to connect users with the top search result with a simple click. But not many people use it, and the company has no plans to get rid of it....

Some theory behind Mac OS X's menubar

Windows keeps the Start button, taskbar and system tray at the bottom of the display and a menubar in every window. Mac OS X keeps one main menubar at the top of the display, with a 'dock' of larger icons that take the place of the Windows taskbar at the bottom of the display. Linux, for the most part, seems to prefer the Windows UI, typically using a taskbar-like system with menubars again in...

Google Talk pops out of gadget land and gets a few new features

Google has updated the Google Talk Gadget with a few new features today including a Pop out feature, a button for websites, Firefox sidebar integration, and video and image displays. These significant enhancements add a lot to the way the web is heading with widgets, gadgets and keeping applications online and off the desktop. Keep in mind that these new features are only available for the Google...

TwitThis website button and bookmarklet debuts

If there was a category we could apply to things that spread faster than wildfire, the craziness that is Twitter would likely be the first example you could use for just such a category. One only needs to check our Twitter tag to find hacks like automatically twittering your blog posts, mapping out tweets and even putting Twitter on autopilot for you. But why stop there? New TwitThis buttons and...

Google Toolbar officially taken out of beta, custom button feature added

Google's been busy lately. First they give gTalk a much-needed update, and then they quietly announced that the Google Toolbar has been taken out of beta by introducing a new 'roll your own buttons' feature. Users can now right-click in the search field of any site and chose 'Generate Custom Search' to add it to their Toolbar. Even more advanced features can be had by checking out Google's guide...