You, just you. That’s the tagline anyway, that Vivaldi is “not for everybody, just for you," and today’s update lives up to that promise with three new features designed specifically for your preferences.
Starting in January, Google Chrome will warn web surfers when HTTP sites don't secure form fields used for entering their credit card numbers and passwords. It's part of Google's roadmap for eventually labeling all HTTP sites as non-secure.
Google Cast is stepping out of the shadowy realm of browser extensions and getting fully integrated into Chrome with the latest update. No more digging through menus to stream straight from your browser to your TV.
Google has announced that before the year's end, Chrome will block Flash content by default in favor of HTML5. The change follows on the heels of similar announcements by Microsoft and Firefox developer Mozilla.
Windows 10 laptop users report that Microsoft is bashing competing browsers through notifications. The messages are related to battery power life in Edge, as Microsoft's browser supposedly requires less power than Chrome, Firefox, Opera…