Google’s Chrome browser continues to dominate the browser space, with Firefox, Safari, and other browsers trailing far behind.
I take a look at how to use various autoplay video blocking features and plugins in Firefox, Chrome, and Safari web browsers.
Google’s announced changes to its Chrome web browser, which will render ad blocking software much less effective. I list a few Chrome alternatives.
While Google dominates many areas, other options do exist. I take a look at Google service alternatives to Gmail, Google Docs, and more.
Google turned 20 years old this week. With an infographic’s help, I look back at some of the highlights over the tech giant’s existence.
I take a look at seven of my favorite Chrome extensions, ranging from an ad blocker to the cloud-based bookmarking service Pocket.
Google will mute autoplay videos in Chrome, starting with version 64. However, if you want other blocking options, here’s some for Chrome and Firefox.
Flash takes one more step toward oblivion, as Google’s Chrome browser will come with Flash blocked by default starting in February.
Google’s pushing for HTTPS usage on websites much harder. Soon, Google’s Chrome browser will start indicating HTTP-only pages as being “broken” or insecure, starting with the January 2017 release of its browser.
Here’s a list of Chrome extensions I enjoy using. Note some of these are also available (or have counterparts) for Firefox. All are available for installation from the Chrome Web Store, and work across operating systems (including Linux) on all Chrome browsers.