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You might have noticed some of you getting the older version of the Google tools and homepage, that’s true. That is because you are using on of the outdated version of internet browser. Google has started encouraging users to update their internet browsers on of the newer browsers. We also encourage everyone to make the free upgrade to modern browsers — they’re more secure and provide a better web experience overall.
At the weekend, many people reported in a Google forum they were seeing 2013 versions of the Google and image search homepages when using older browsers.The problem was most pronounced among those using variants of Safari 5.1 and Opera 12.
A Google engineer joined the discussion and explained that the change was not the result of a bug. “It’s working as intended,” said a Google staffer called “nealem”. She added: “We’re continually making improvements to Search, so we can only provide limited support for some outdated browsers.”
Many websites have blocked texts and images on their sites. Blocking text and images on a site means they are not allowing people to either copy any portion of text from their web pages or save any images from their website. Basically sites do not want their contents getting published elsewhere. And most matrimonial websites do not allow image saving options by disabling right click, just to respect their member’s privacy. But this is possible to bypass all their settings and copy text as well as save images from those restricted websites. Read further to know how.
Firefox users :
Go to Tools –> Options
Click on Content tab
Restart Firefox and you are done.
Internet Explorer Users :
Go to Tools –> Internet Options
Click on Security Tab –> Custom Level
Scroll to Scripting
Restart IE and you are done.