Extensions serve one major purpose: performing productivity functions directly on the browser. Which browser do you feel has the best extensions?
Productive tips, tricks and hacks for your desktop browsers.
Have you heard about the Opera browser’s new built-in ad blocker? Let’s take a look at it and see if it’s a good replacement for your current ad blocker.
Your web browser is the gateway to the Internet, so you must ensure it’s not vulnerable to attacks. Here are five tips to improve your browser’s security.
If you’re ever having issues with an extension or want to lighten up your browser, here’s how to disable & uninstall browser extensions in Chrome & Firefox.
Are your browser tabs out of control? Here are some useful tips and tricks along with tab management extensions to manage Chrome tabs like a boss.
In the evolution of browsers, the bookmarks function was one that everyone looked forward to having. Do you still use the bookmarks function of your browser?
Opera’s gone through a lot of changes over the years. Is it really the fastest browser? How good is its built-in VPN? Let’s take another look at Opera.
Did you know that Firefox lets you open web pages on the left side to keep up with its information? Here’s how to load web pages in the Firefox sidebar.
One of the most essential apps in all of our arsenals, whether we do our computing on a mobile device, laptop, or desktop, is the browser. Are you loyal to one browser or are you constantly switching?
Having issues with the Edge browser? You can’t uninstall it, but you can manually delete most of its core data & re-register it. Here’s how to reset Microsoft Edge.
Want to disable caching for a particular website so that you can easily see what has been newly added to it?. Here’s what you need to do.
Google recently launched a Chrome extension similar to Pocket that lets you save websites for later viewing called Save to Google. Here’s how it works.
Chrome includes data sync which syncs most of your Chrome data, like saved passwords, to all your devices. Here’s how to do that while keeping your data secure.
Tired of seeing search suggestions in the address bar on your desktop or mobile device? Here’s how to disable search suggestions in Chrome and Safari.
Have you ever wondered what type of data and info is hidden in your browser history? Here’s a closer look at it and why you should erase it more often.
Missing the Firefox status bar? Some are using add-ons to make up for it, such as Puzzle Bars. Here’s how to use it to add multiple Firefox icon bars to the browser.
Looking for a more secure browser for Linux? Check out Xombrero web browser, a minimalist browser with sophisticated built-in security features. It has a familiar interface similar to Firefox.
Looking for an easier way to switch user profiles in Chrome? Here’s how to switch Chrome user profiles with keyboard shortcuts.