Everyone’s talking about Chrome and Firefox, without paying attention to the better Opera mini browser. Here’s everything you need to know about the quietly brilliant browser.
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Google Chrome comes with some useful but hidden experimental features that are yet to be integrated to the core. Here are some of the best Chrome Flags we uncovered that you should enable right now.
Did you know that you can add extensions to enhance Chrome’s Omnibox? Here are 5 of the best extensions to add extra functionality to Chrome’s Omnibox.
Firefox has a lot going on under the hood that you can play around with. Here are some of the tips and tricks for Firefox that you may not know about.
Instead of saving a website and forgetting all about it later, Open Me Later! allows you to schedule websites to automatically open at a specific time. Check it out!
Google announced that it’ll be auto-migrating 64-bit Windows users to the 64-bit version of Google Chrome. Here is what you should know about 64-bit Chrome and how you can get it.
Instead of visiting a website on a browser, you can turn it into a web app and launch it like an app. Here is how you can turn websites into apps in Linux.
Gmail is the most popular email service out there, but some things could still use some work. Use these Chrome extensions for Gmail to tune things up and increase your productivity.
There are plenty of ways to spice up your new tab page, and having a 360-degree picture is the coolest. Learn how to get a 360-degree picture in Chrome’s new tab page.
Privacy is the foremost concern for just about any computer user. To protect privacy in Firefox without getting too technical, Privacy Settings is well worth a try.
Chrome’s explosive growth is impressive, and it is not showing any sign of slowing down. What lessons does it teach us about how browsers should cater to the average user, which is you and me?
The Picture-in-Picture mode in macOS Sierra only works in Safari. Here’s how to enable Picture-in-Picture mode for Netflix on macOS Sierra.
With Google Chrome’s “Inspect” tool, you can now gain insights into how websites are constructed, and it can help you debug your own sites.
Highlighting text on the Web is very useful when reading or researching. Here are the best Chrome extensions to annotate text on the Web. Check them out!
Looking for a simple bookmark manager with a lot of great features – much your like computer’s file manager? If so, Bookmark OS is sure to catch your eye.
Microsoft Edge’s screenshot capability allows you to annotate and share directly from the browser. Here’s how you can take webpage screenshots in Edge.
Plenty of Google Chrome apps require an Internet connection to be truly useful. Here are 10 great offline apps for Chrome you can use to improve your productivity.
Is there a way to insure a minimally-intrusive browsing experience without hurting creators? In this article we tackle charitable adblockers to find out.