Skip to main content
  1. Home
  2. browser


Opera GX browser with Aria AI tool.

Opera GX is getting proprietary AI to make you a better gamer

The Opera GX browser has been updated with the brand's AI tool called Aria, which assists with gaming- and creativity-based content generation.
HP Dragonfly Pro Chromebook rear view showing lid and logo.

This update could extend the life of your Chromebook by years

Copilot in Windows being used in the side panel.

These 2 new Edge features are making Chrome look outdated

MacBook Air with Safari open and showing colored Compact Tabs.

Microsoft Edge is losing to Safari, despite its push for AI

The Opera One browser is now available as an early access developer preview.

The new version of Opera made me want to ditch Chrome for good

An Internet Explorer desktop icon.

Microsoft finally, officially pulls the plug on Internet Explorer

Google Chrome with pinned tabs on a MacBook on a table.

How to pin a tab in Google Chrome

A depiction of a hacker breaking into a system via the use of code.

This Chrome extension lets hackers remotely seize your PC

Google Chrome has been updated with a new sidebar feature.

Google Chrome gets one of Microsoft Edge’s best features

A symbol of the Mozilla Firefox logo.

The latest Firefox release redesigns its private browsing feature

how to mute tab your browser microsoft edge edgehtml tabs

Microsoft says Edge has already saved 273 petabytes of RAM

YouTube TV on Safari web browser on Mac.

Safari hits milestone in uphill battle against Chrome

Man holding a finger to his lips depicting a secret.

How to go incognito in Safari on Mac

Wondering how to go incognito on Mac and keep the websites you visit to yourself? You can enable private browsing in Safari and protect your privacy.
Google Logo

DuckDuckGo calls out Google privacy update for ‘creepy advertising’

DuckDuckGo is challenging Google's advancements in internet privacy in a new op-ed, saying Google Topics and FLEDGE are not as user-friendly as they seem.
Person surfing the Internet with Microsoft Edge browser.

Microsoft Edge’s free VPN may become its must-have feature

Microsoft's Edge browser may soon get a built-in VPN service to make it a more appealing choice over Google's popular Chrome.
windows 10 june update will kill internet explorer for good poznan  pol may 1 2021 laptop computer displaying logo

Upcoming Windows update will kill Internet Explorer for good

Internet Explorer will say its final goodbye in a Windows 10 update on June 15.
google assistant mobile.

How to enable hands-free voice search in Google Chrome

Chrome's hands-free voice search may be gone, but you can still do voice searches in it. And you can enable hands-free search on mobile. Here's how to do it.
google chrome update shopping inline no shell v2

Google Chrome now tracks prices, remembers abandoned shopping carts

Google Chrome updates brings money saving features to online shopping, just in time for the holiday season.
Windows 11 Woman on Laptop Lifestyle

Microsoft backpedals on changing default browsers in Windows 11

Up until now, it was difficult to change your default browser in Windows 11. Microsoft listened to the outcry of its users and is making it easier to do.
The Microsoft Edge browser on a flat surface.

Microsoft brings Windows 11 design improvements to Edge browser

Microsoft is giving its Edge browser a Windows 11-inspired makeover. The latest Insider preview brings scrollbar overlay and Mica theme to the title bar.
Google Chrome opened on a laptop.

A zero-day Google Chrome security flaw requires you to update now

Browsers like Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Opera, Brave, and Vivaldi that rely on Chromium will need to be updated immediately to stop hackers.

How to clear your browser cache

If you need the latest version of a webpage or want to be sure your private data is purged from sites, clearing your browser's cache is a good place to start.
how to use chrome tab groups

Chrome Tab Groups are here to fix your bad tab habits. Here’s how to get it now

You can finally jump in and start using Google's highly anticipated Chrome Tab Groups feature. Here's how to download it and start playing with it right now.
Chrome Smartphone stock image

How to determine your browser version

Here's how to determine your browser version to see if it's compatible with services you want to use and, in some cases, manually update to the latest version.
mozilla shifts to flexible firefox release schedule symbol hq headquarters building sign

Armagadd-on explained: What Firefox learned when expired certificates made havoc

Every mistake is a learning opportunity, and Firefox shows that it is taking this adage to heart in light of the recent armagadd-on incident. Earlier this month, all of Firefox's add-ons stopped functioning as a result of an expired security certificate, and Firefox detailed what happened in a blog post.
vivaldi browser razer chroma vivaldichroma02

Vivaldi browser lights up your keyboard with Razer Chroma effects

Alongside some new additions to speed up access to your favorite sites, the latest version of Vivaldi is getting more colorful than ever. Vivaldi 2.5 can now integrate directly with Razer Chroma-enabled peripherals to sync lighting to match the websites you're visiting, no matter the color.
chrome 69 user issues google update

Google Chrome will get a Reader Mode for distraction-free desktop browsing

Soon, Chrome users will be able to consume the content they want off of a webpage without distractions. Google is finally beginning to test a new feature called Reader Mode, which distills and displays only the relevant content of a webpage, on its experimental Chrome Canary desktop build.
google wants to kill urls make the internet safer chrome url

How to block browser and website notifications

Blocking website notifications from individual websites can become tiresome. If you've had enough of them, you can learn how to block browser and website notifications in one go with just a couple of clicks. You'll need to do the same for each browser you use, but the time you'll save in the long run is well worth it.
Lenovo Chromebook C330

Always have way too many tabs open? Google Chrome might finally help

Google's Canary version of its Chrome browser has a new experimental feature to play with: Tab grouping. It allows users to combine tabs that are of a similar topic together, making them easier to manage, and easier to find amidst all the others tabs you have open. It does require a right-click though.
adobe hack 1 million fine

Firefox will disable Flash on its browsers by default in 2019

Mozilla will officially disable the Flash plugin by default in a 2019 release build, potentially as soon as September. A new bug report highlights a "deprecation roadmap" which will see Flash disabled by default in the Firefox 69 Nightly build followed by a stable release in September.
Microsoft Edge

Microsoft asks Edge Insiders for help with its new browser development

Microsoft is asking for user input and feedback to help it shape the future of its Edge browser, which debuted alongside Windows 10. After having announced a dramatic shift that will see Edge use Google's open-source Chromium rendering engine, Microsoft is asking users and developers for input and feedback.

Scammers’ latest phishing attacks are using that little green padlock to fool you

Hackers are now building fake sites with secure HTTPS connections in the hope of fooling users into believing that their phishing website is in fact legitimate. Because these fraudulent sites rely on a secure connection, hackers are able to bypass the security warnings on most browsers.
google wants to kill urls make the internet safer chrome url

Chrome update could create tab groups for easier reading

Google is reportedly working on an update for its Chrome browser which would introduce groups to its tabs, thereby making it possible to bring related tabs together to help declutter the tab bar. Such a system would also make it easier to read what tabs are what, an improvement over the existing shrunken tabs.
chrome 69 user issues google update

Won’t get fooled again: Chrome 71 to block all ads on abusive sites

If a website displays ads which are designed to trick or manipulate users and Google finds out about it, its Chrome browser will start blocking all of their ads, starting in December. The Chrome 71 release is looking to crack down on abusive web practices, and hoodwinking ads is one of them.