Good Day Wisconsin Fox 11 news channel just put out a video tutorial on none other than the Kindle Fire tablet. The video was a tutorial that showed you how to overcome the problem with the Kindle Fire loading mobile versions of websites when the size of the Kindle Fire can be more conducive to full website browsing. The video then proceeds with showing you how to enable Flash on the Kindle Fire which will enable smooth video display from most sites. For the instructions on enabling full web browser viewing on the Kindle Fire, choose the menu and then settings. From there go to the mobile/desktop display and choose desktop. You will now get full web sites when surfing, but the drawback is they make take a bit longer to load. And if you are ready to get your flash enabled, simply choose the menu from your open browser and then settings. Then select “Always On” in the settings. Now your Kindle Fire will always have full website browsing and flash will always be enabled.
What I find most impressive about the Kindle Fire tutorial is the full body touch screen the anchor man is using. I added a comment to their site stating that if they were to open up a YouTube channel with nothing but tablet tutorials (iPad, Kindle Fire, etc…), then they could expect to do very well from those videos. Watch the video, and then let us know what you think about their full body touch screen, and if you think this is a pretty cool thing or not for producing great iPad, or tablet tutorials?