For web development, there are many things you need to take note of. The following are the best web development extensions for Google Chrome.
If you’re using Firefox, there are many addons to improve your social media experience. Here are some of the best Firefox addons for social media enthusiasts.
Have you come across a web page where you wanted to save all the images on it? Here are three easy ways to quickly save every images on a web page in Firefox.
There are many experimental features in Microsoft Edge you can enable. Here are some of the best Microsoft Edge flags to increase its functionality.
A lot of browsers come with their own password managers. Should you use your browser’s password manager, or is going third party the way to go?
Google Chrome’s new tab page is very minimal. Here are some of the best Chrome extensions to make the new tab page useful.
When you want to find something on a web page, you can search for it. Here is how you can search for a word on a web page on various browsers.
When browsing the Internet, you may come across a “your connection is not private” message in Google Chrome. Here’s what you should do when you see it.
Do you want to stay focused and block out distracting sites? Here are some options that allow you to block websites in Google Chrome.
If you are looking for an iOS Safari alternative, Firefox is one of the best for iOS. Firefox is full of tricks for browsing the Internet on your iPhone.
To login to multiple accounts, you can use Firefox Containers to create separate containers and access different accounts simultaneously.
Google Chrome comes with some useful experimental features that are yet to be integrated into the core browser. Here are some of the best Chrome Flags you should enable right now.
Dillo has been the lightweight browser of choice for Linux users and is still used by ultra-light distribution, but how well does Dillo function in 2020?
The best way to get the most out of the Safari browser is to know it inside out. Here are some Safari tips and tricks you should know on your Mac.
Google Chrome has a perfectly good password management feature. This tutorial will show you how to autofill passwords in Google Chrome.
Google Chrome is not known for security and privacy. The following Chrome security extensions can decrease your chances of putting your computer at risk.
Microsoft’s Edge browser isn’t winning any popularity contests. However, these new Microsoft Edge features may make it worth trying again.
If you are looking for browsers with different functionalities than Safari, these are our top picks of Safari alternatives for iPhone.
Avast Secure Browser claims that it’s a more secure web brwoser. Is it worth your time, or is it another browser lost among the big three?
If you are an avid blog visitor, check out the best reader extensions for Google Chrome that will make your reading experience even better.
When a webpage is not loading well, clearing the browser cache can help. You’ll learn in this tutorial how to clear the cache in the Microsoft Edge browser.
From loading pages faster to quick navigation, there is a Chrome extension for almost everything. Here’s a list of the five best Chrome extensions for lightning fast browsing.
The browser cache stores web resources and allows webpages to load faster on subsequent visits. Learn how to increase the browser cache size to store more data.
If you want to protect your privacy online, Microsoft Edge has a tracking prevention feature that blocks site trackers from working. Find out how it works.
Are you bored? Do you like playing games? Does the prospect of playing games sound like a cure for your boredom? Luckily for you, Google has your back.
In this curated list of lightweight browsers for Windows 10, you can use all of them as regular browsers without sacrificing essential functions.
The Flash Player in Google Chrome is disabled by default. If you still have the need for it, here is how you can reenable Flash Player in Chrome.
Using different browser user profiles can unclutter your browser and protect your privacy. Here are 6 user profiles you should set up for different purposes.
Safari is not without faults and lacks the deep features of its browser competitors. Let’s take a look at some of the best Safari alternatives for your Mac.
If you’re experiencing periods of sustained Firefox memory usage, this guide will show you some tips to reduce and/or improve it.
Modern browsers come with Web Developer Tools that allow you to inspect a site’s inner workings and make live-edits, watching the results in real-time.
Starting with Firefox 73, the site-specific browser feature is added as a core part of the browser. Here’s how you can enable site-specific browser in Firefox.
Is your Firefox browser stuttering, freezing, crashing, or eating up gigabytes of RAM? Here’s how to troubleshoot your Firefox when issues start showing up.
A recent build of Google Chrome for Android allows you to move the menu bar to the bottom of the screen. Here is how you can do so.
If you have vision problems, Microsoft Edge has a built-in reading tool to makes reading webpages easier. Learn how to make use of this reading tool in the Edge browser.
Using one browser for all your browsing activity makes you easy to be tracked. Here is why you should use two (or more) browsers for your daily browsing.
One way to keep your favorite sites within easy access is to pin them to your desktop. Learn how to pin websites to the Windows desktop, taskbar or the Start Menu.
If you share your browser with others, you may want to set up a new user profile for each user. Here is how to create user profiles on Microsoft Edge.
It’s pretty easy these days to sync websites between your phone and your PC. Here’s how to send a website from your PC to your phone with Google Chrome.
We have shown you many ways to make good use of the Chrome omnibox. Here is a new one for you: add new Google Calendar events from the Chrome omnibox.