With upcoming changes planned to Chrome’s extension infrastructure impacting ad blockers, I take a look at alternative browsers to Chrome.
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 […]
An updated version of this post is available here. I last wrote about blocking automatically playing videos (or “autoplay videos”) in web […]
Last week, Google announced that it plans to make some changes to how the Chrome web browser works. While the changes are […]
Lately, I’ve been regularly using Firefox on both my Android smartphone and on my laptop running Ubuntu MATE. While I still like […]
An updated version of this post is available here. Automatically playing videos (or “autoplay videos”) are one of the newest annoying things […]
Back in February, I wrote about the decline in popularity of the once-all-but-mandatory Adobe Flash plugin. Google started to block it from […]
For some time, Chrome has become a favorite web browser among many online users. But now it’s officially the most popular browser, […]
Firefox has unrolled its newest version, which now supports DRM content by default. Specifically, as of version 38 (out Tuesday) for Windows […]