Google’s Chrome browser still dominates the desktop and mobile markets. Between Internet Explorer putting people off of Microsoft’s browser, the dominance of Android smartphones, and Chrome’s very
I last wrote about blocking automatically playing videos (or “autoplay videos”) in web browsers back in 2017. Since then, a lot’s changed, from online video’s switch from
Last week, Google announced that it plans to make some changes to how the Chrome web browser works. While the changes are supposedly out of security, they’ll also render a lot
As both a follow-up to last month’s post about my favorite Firefox extensions, plus an update on a similar post from two years ago, here’s my look at my
Lately, I’ve been regularly using Firefox on both my Android smartphone and on my laptop running Ubuntu MATE. While I still like Chrome (and still have my Chromebook, which now supports
A look at several browser-based tax filing services.
Google’s latest attempt at pushing for a more secure web (or exerting its large influence, depending on one’s feelings about the company) is coming to its latest developments for
One of the best things about Google’s Chrome browser is the ability to extend its functionality with extensions. Recent years have seen an increase in web-based tools. However, it’s
For some time, Chrome has become a favorite web browser among many online users. But now it’s officially the most popular browser, according to statistics by online traffic data firm NetMarketShare.
Today, Microsoft gave a developer’s press conference that made announcements on various upcoming features for Windows 10. One of the biggest news items is the replacement for Internet Explorer. Initially named