UC Browser is one of the worst offenders when it comes to user privacy. If you value your privacy, these are the best UC browser alternatives you should use.
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.
Brave is a new browser that is heavily focused on privacy. How does it compare to Chrome? Does Brave have the secret sauce to overtake the Chrome browser?
DNS over HTTPS (DoH) is a great new security and privacy standard for encrypting DNS requests. Here is how you can enable it in various browsers.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Looking to play some funny or mean practical jokes on your significant other, friends or family? Then these practical joke extensions for Chrome are a must.
With the number of cryptojacking cases on the rise, how do you check to see if your browser comes with cryptojacking protection, and is it secure enough to stop a cryptojacking attack? Let’s find out.
If you just switched to Firefox, you’ll want to import your bookmarks or favorites from your current browser. This tutorial will walk you through the process of importing user data from Chrome to Firefox.
It’s no secret the Internet isn’t exactly kid-friendly, and they may stumble upon information or images they shouldn’t see. Here are some kid-friendly browsers that are totally safe for them to use.
If you prefer the mouse more than the keyboard, here are some mouse gesture addons you can add to Chrome and Firefox to improve your productivity.
The popular browsers can make due with regular Internet surfing, but there are some specialty web browsers that include special extra features. Check them out.
Accidentally closing a tab in your browser is extremely common. Find out the easy way to restore closed tabs in various browsers.
If you are using your browser’s autofill features, then you could be giving away your sensitive information unknowingly. Here is how to stop it.
We know what browsers are supposed to do, but there are also many extras they can handle. The following browser software are all a little different from the normal Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Edge browsers.
It can be annoying when every website you visit asks for your location. Follow these steps to stop websites from asking your location in various browsers.
At one time we may have only visited a browser once or twice a day, but browsers are now used much more often. Which browser do you use and why?
If you’re concerned about your privacy, you might want to disable the location-sharing feature. Learn how to disable location sharing in various browsers.
If you’ve spent a lot of time experimenting with the best adblock addons for your browser, check out these 4 browsers with integrated adblocking features. You won’t be disappointed.
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.