Archive for April 2009
The extension that I use a lot for that is ReloadEvery which you can specify how often you would like a particular tab to be refreshed.
You can set ReloadEvery to refresh all your tabs after a certain time interval and also you can opt out some tabs as well.
I quite like the idea of being able to make tabs refresh at different intervals because there are some tabs that I open for reference and the information will not be changing at all and therefore reloading is not required.
For manual refreshing then the extension Reload Tab On Double-Click will do the job.
As the name implies you double click the tab you want refreshed.
I am planning to use the Ubuntu server version for a server that I would like to build and I have done a bit of research on installation and it appears straight-forward just like the desktop version.
I think I will need a GUI user interface and for I now my choice seems to be webmin If I get time I will experiment with cloud computing which is available as a technology preview according the Ubuntu 9.04 release notes.
Meanwhile I will update my current 8.10 install of Ubuntu. I think among the new features available this time the one I am looking forward to is the new style for notifications and possibly the quicker start-up process.