A look at five annoying aspects about websites, including site notifications, lack of HTTPS, and autoplaying videos.
A look at blocking autoplay videos in the most popular desktop and mobile web browsers, i.e. Chrome, Safari, Firefox, and Microsoft Edge.
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… Read More »Chrome makes up two-thirds of overall browser share
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… Read More »How to block autoplay videos in Firefox, Chrome, and Safari
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… Read More »Chrome to make ad blockers less effective; recommended Chrome alternatives
Tax time is coming up for many Americans. Mac and Windows users have a range of prepackaged tax preparation software to choose from. However, Linux… Read More »Web-based tax filing for Linux and Chromebook users
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… Read More »Google Chrome to start penalizing unencrypted sites