Choosing a web browser can be tough. Here, we pit the latest versions of Chrome, Internet Explorer, Safari, Opera, Firefox, Edge, and Vivaldi against one another to try and name the best browser for most users.
Simply tired of the same old homepage, or looking to change it to the world's most popular search engine? If you would rather set Google's flagship service as your default, here's how to do so in the browser of your choice.
Google announced a pretty significant milestone for Chrome -- the browser has achieved a massive 2 billion active installs. Chrome is one of several Google services with over 1 billion users, including Android and Gmail.
Background videos are all the rage these days, and now, they're available in the beta of Chrome 54 for Android. That means you'll now be able to continue to play online videos in the background even as you keep composing that…
Thanks to Google's hard work, Mac laptop users now see a third more battery life, and platform-wide Chrome is 15 percent faster than a year ago. The blocking of Flash later this year may improve that even further.
Looks like Chrome apps weren't as popular as Google may have liked them to be, which is why the company will be phasing them out over the next few years. By early 2018, Chrome apps won't be available on Windows or Mac.
Google is integrating Google Now with Chrome in the form of a Google Now-powered New Tab page in the Android version of the web browser. The new feature can be found in the developer version of Chrome, but should come to the consumer…
New research from Brigham Young University and Google has shown has software developers need to improve the timing of security update messages, as many go ignored when they appear alongside, or over, other content.
Microsoft has touted its new Edge web browser, the default in Windows 10, as a modern take on the browsing experience. Yet few people seem willing to ditch Chrome or Firefox for it. We decided to make the leap, so you don’t have to.