If you are using a public machine to do work, you may want to use a portable browser on your USB drive. Here’s how to use your preferred browser on any PC.
Looking for a way to show the actual password in your browser instead of just showing dots? Here are three ways to reveal a password in your browser to easily see or copy it.
While your browser comes with a default home page, you can easily set it to your favorite site. Here’s how you can set a custom homepage on various browsers.
While Google is the most popular search engine, that doesn’t mean you have to use it. Here is how to change the default search engine in various browsers.
Chrome users concerned about privacy and corporate overreach should give Firefox a serious look. Here’s our guide to switching to Firefox browser.
Most browsers have a “Reader Mode” to reduce the clutter on the pages. Here is how to turn on Reader mode on some of the popular browsers.
Since most browsers are free to use, how do they make money and survive? Here we examine a few popular browsers and their unique approaches to revenue.
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!
Most major browsers like Chrome and Firefox come with a built-in password manager. Let’s see how safe they are and if they are good enough for daily use.
There are plenty of web browsers for Linux these days, but not all of them support all distros. Here are four of best web browsers for Linux.
UC Browser is one of the worst offenders when it comes to user privacy. If you value your privacy, here are the best UC browser alternatives you should use.
While uBlock Origin is the most powerful and versatile ad blocker available, its design is also a little obscure. Here we’ll show you how to get the most out of uBlock Origin.
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.
More than 65% of Internet users browse the Web with a Chromium-based browser. Why are varous browsers moving towards Chromium, and what does it mean for the future?
As we are surfing more and more from our phones, we need to safeguard our privacy. Here are some privacy-focused browsers for Android you should use.
There are plenty of web browsers around, and some put extra emphasis on user privacy. Here are some of the best web browsers with a heavy focus on privacy.
Microsoft has been claiming that its Edge browser is superior to other browsers. We pitted Edge against Chrome to see which is a better browser.
Google Chrome’s offline mode creates a local cache of all visited web pages so that you can view them when offline. Here’s how to enable it.