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George Dan Gil



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PostSubject: Portable Web Browser with Media Player Using Visual Fox Pro 9   Sun Aug 16, 2009 6:56 pm

We are aware that the more the program is processed, the more energy it consumes. And as what we have observed in most internet café processing, web browser is a problem since most web browsers provide more plugins and add-ons. The computer, with limitted capacity (e.g. in terms of RAM, etc.), will find it hard to process; hence more energy is wasted. In addition to this, users, who are music lovers, will also encounter a slower processing of program and more energy is wasted, since applications i.e. media players will be opened.
Our proposed system provides solution to this problem by integrating a media player to a browser. The browser will only contain those most common features, which a student whould use based on observations and surveys. Also, it is portable in the sense that the user won’t need installation. The program can be stored to any removable devices.
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• To minimize energy consumption
• To integrate media player to a web browser
• To develop a browser which is user friendly and easy to use without any unnessesary add-ons
• To develop a handy and portable multimedia browser
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May not be possible without trying.
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PostSubject: Re: Portable Web Browser with Media Player Using Visual Fox Pro 9   Thu Aug 20, 2009 2:50 pm

If you're worried about add-ons, you can easily disable them anytime... hehehe here are the steps:

Disable Internet Explorer 8.0 add-ons:

1. Click "Tools" and select "Internet Options".
2. Click the "Advanced" tab on the right.
3. Under "Browsing", remove the "Enable third-party browser extensions" check box.
4. Click "OK" and close out of all instances of Internet Explorer.
5. Relaunch Internet Explorer.

If you're running Internet Explorer 7.0:

1. Close out of all instances of the Internet Explorer internet browser.
2. Select "Start", "Settings", then click "Control Panel".
3. Double-click on "Internet Options".
4. Select the "Advanced" tab.
5. Under "Browsing", remove the "Enable third-party internet browser extensions" check box.
6. Relaunch the Internet Explorer internet browser.

If you're running Internet Explorer 6.0:

1. Close out of all instances of the Internet Explorer Internet browser.
2. Select "Start".
3. Select "Settings".
4. Click "Control Panel".
5. Double-click "Internet Options".
6. Select the "Advanced" tab.
7. Under "Browsing", clear the "Enable third-party Internet browser extensions (requires restart)" check box.
8. Relaunch your Internet browser.


If you also want to disable plug-ins, just click tools, then select add-ons, the click plug-ins.. Then you can disable any type of plug-in you want.. hehehe ^_^

PS : Mozilla firefox has a portable browser. ^_^ peace george.... hehehehe
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