Mozilla has a new logo, and it appears to be designed by a 13-year old who time-travelled from 1994.
These extensions and tricks can bring some simplicity back to your browsing.
Here’s a way to find out exactly what you’re leaking.
Here are 17 Chrome extensions that we’d have a difficult time living without.
If you have Chrome installed on your iPhone or Android, there are a handful of ways you can make it even better than the default settings.
By the end of 2017, it’s almost a certainty that Chrome will flag all non-HTTPS sites as “non-secure”. But what if Google flicked the switch now? What would the web look like?
In the near future you might be able to do without all those pesky native apps to control and manage your devices.
You don’t need a degree in advanced networking to protect yourself online – this lot should minimise your risk of something going wrong on the web.
There are always times when a keyboard combo can come in handy.
You should’ve disabled Flash by now anyway. But Firefox will soon be pulling the plug for you
Chrome, Firefox and Opera users, read and weep.
From cache-clearing to bloatware busting.
The downside of dynamically loading webpages is that scrolling an unfinished page can result in your position jumping around. As of Chrome 51, this particular annoyance may soon be history.
You keep 34 browser tabs open and your battery life sucks. Well, apparently Opera has a solution.
All the holdouts are in agreement—Chrome is king.
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