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Mozilla’s WebExtensions for Firefox is a new API to replace the existing extension API. This means that a lot of your favorite add-ons might not work anymore. Here’s how it will affect you.
Other than Firefox and Chrome, there are tons of browsers out there that you can use. Here are 5 other Linux browsers you might not have heard of.
Are someone who tries out all the browsers looking for the one that suits your browsing habits the best? How well do you know the differences in browsers?
With Adblock deciding to allow “acceptable ads,” it means you should find a replacement. Here are 5 alternatives to Adblock Plus that allow you to browse in peace.
When using a PC for a long period of time, eye strain is definitely an issue. Fortunately, you can add “night mode” to your browsers to solve the issue. Learn how you can add night mode to Chrome and Firefox.
YouTube is prone to the occasional bit of crashing, which for a lot of people has resulted in the BSoD (Blue Screen of Death) or garbled videos. Here’s how to stop this from happening.
Information in the marketing industry is constantly changing. If you find it hard to keep up, here are some marketing extensions for Chrome worth trying out.
Sometimes you may want to see the inner workings of a Chrome extension. Here are two ways to view the source code of a Chrome extension.
Firefox now has the ability to receive desktop-style web push notifications from select websites. For those who find it annoying, here’s how to disable web push notifications in Firefox.
Ever wanted to save a set of browser tabs and return to them later? Here’s how to save and restore browser sessions in Chrome, Firefox, and Vivaldi.
Looking for an easy way to open the current tab in Incognito mode in Chrome? If so, this extension is one you’ll want to install right away!
Lynx is an open source Web browser that lets you access websites from the command line; it only displays the text part of a Web page. Here’s how it works.
Want Google Chrome Settings to open in a new window instead of a new tab? This quick tip will show you how to do so by modifying a flag.
Are your Chrome extension buttons out of control? If you’re using a lot of extensions, here’s how to rearrange and organize Chrome extension buttons as desired.
Sick and tired of hearing bout Pokemon GO? This Chrome extension allows you to block Pokemon GO and all mentions of it from the Internet.
If you are an avid Vivaldi user, here are some Vivaldi browser tips and tricks for power users to help you customize your browsing experience.
Tired of seeing YouTube channels that you’re not interested in or that are irrelevant to you? Here are some ways to block YouTube channels from searches and recommendations!