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Get all the latest PassMark Software news by subscribing to our RSS Feed!
We update our feed a few times each month with news about minor and major software releases, special discount offers, independent software benchmarking reports and articles about how to get the most from our software.
When you subscribe to our RSS feed, you'll be alerted when we add news to our site without needing to visit our website. The feed will occasionally check our website for updates and let you know if anything has been updated. RSS feeds ensure your privacy (unlike newsletters, you won't need to provide us with your e-mail address to use this service) while saving you some time!
You can subscribe to our RSS feed a few different ways. Most modern web browsers (Mozilla FireFox, Internet Explorer) support feed subscription, but there are also many free RSS feed readers available on the web (e.g. FeedReader). RSS feed readers are generally recommended over browsers because they support more types of feed data, allow greater user customization and other features.
Subscribing Through Internet Explorer 7
To subscribe to our feed with Internet Explorer 7, click on the orange RSS icon next to your homepage icon. This icon is shown below, indicated by a red box:
On top of the next page, click on the "Subscribe to this Feed" link in the yellow box.
The PassMark RSS feed is now viewable in "Favorites" (star icon on far left) under Feeds.
Subscribing Through FireFox 3
When a webpage has a feed you can subscribe to, the orange RSS icon will appear on the right side of the address bar. To navigate to the RSS feed, click this button.
There is a dropdown menu at the top of the next page which provides various subscription options. To subscribe using FireFox, select "Live Bookmarks" from the dropdown menu and click on the 'Subscribe Now' button.
FireFox will now prompt you about where you would like to add your Live Bookmark. This Live Bookmark acts like a regular bookmark folder but will update its topics whenever we update anything on our page.