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.
Do you hate video ads that automatically play when you load a website? This shows an easy way to disable video autoplay in Chrome and Firefox.
If you’re a Chrome user but dislike that Google impedes on your privacy, here are the best Chromium-based browsers that have the same experience as Chrome.
There are plenty of uses for a browser’s Incognito mode. If you are not already using it, here are 5 reasons why you should use Incognito mode for browsing.
The Android Facebook app comes with its own in-app browser for viewing links. This shows how to force Facebook to use an external browser to browse content.
Cryptojacking is when a website makes use of your PC hardware to mine for cryptocurrencies. This shows how you can protect yourself from cryptojacking.
You can easily lose all your open tabs when your browser crashes. Luckily, both Firefox and Chrome have options for you to properly manage your sessions.
If your Firefox browser is lagging and running slow, these tips will have you covered!
With Eversign, you no longer have to print out your document to sign it.
The downloading option in Chrome and Firefox isn’t the best. Here is a better way to handle your downloads.
Popular Android browsers like Firefox and Chrome tend to be bloated with extraneous features. Fortunately, there are slimmer alternatives that have a much smaller footprint and are fast.
This week Software Roundup covers ten interesting apps that you should learn about and use on your devices.
To answer one of the web’s most divisive questions: which is better, Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox? Loyalists on either side will tell you that their browser is the best, so the only way to reach a verdict is to compare numbers.