The installer only looks for the three most popular browsers (Safari, Chrome, and Firefox) to quit.
The basics of the system should be self-explanitory, but if you get lost at any time, please come back to the Help page for more details, or answers to the most commonly asked questions.
If at any time you get confused or can't find an answer you are looking for, please don't hesitate to contact us.
It became clear that there was enough demand for us to introduce a paid version which would allow us to devote some time to adding additional features.
Now, there is also a paid version which contains additional features that we've added since creating paid accounts.
Since there was no good way to get burndown charts for Trello boards, we built one!
We've used Burndown for Trello to help us ship Hive on PC, Mac, & Linux and Khet 2.0 on PC, Mac, & Linux... Since we thought it would be helpful for anyone that used Scrum or Agile methodology for their Trello projects, in fall of 2011 we released 'Burndown for Trello' to everyone for free.
As an independent game development company, Blue Line Game Studios was using Trello to help manage the development of our first major title: Hive for Xbox 360.
We've been using Scrum methodologies for a while and find burdown charts to be very helpful.
Updating Google Chrome Updating Mozilla Firefox Updating Internet Explorer on Windows 8Updating Internet Explorer on Windows 7 / Vista Updating Apple Safari on Mac OS XCommunity Q&A Keeping your Internet browser updated will allow you to take advantage of the newest browser features and also help protect your system from any recent security breaches.
By default, your Internet browser will update automatically; however, you can also check for and install browser updates manually.
For most Internet users, your browser is your window to the Web.