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Google isn't giving up on XP yet, but it hopes you will once Windows 10 rolls around.
BitTorrent's Project Maelstrom browser is ready for its public debut. The torrent-retrieving browser enters public beta on Friday.
For sites that can't support HTTPS, Firefox now supports a simpler option.
Debuting in Windows 10 Build 10049, Spartan's in its early stages, but we can see hints of what's to come in the interface, as well as the engine.
Use the app launcher's impressive capabilities to organize apps, search online, use voice commands, and more.
If you need to save on your PC's bandwidth usage but don't want to use Opera, try adding Google's new Data Saver (Beta) extension to Chrome.
Google is building a Microsoft technology into Chrome that should help improve browser scrolling.
It's clearer than ever: Internet Explorer is the past and Project Spartan is the future. Microsoft recently said IE11 will not use Project Spartan's Edge rendering engine in Windows 10.
Secunia found that overall more than 83 percent of vulnerabilities had patches ready when the flaws became public
Sick of the Big Three browsers? These 8 alternatives scratch more niche interests.
Google took another step towards transitioning away from SPDY and towards HTTP/2 by adding the standardized protocol to Canary.
It's not just about bookmarks anymore. You've also got to think about extensions and cloud sync when it comes time to jump to another browser.
Internet Explorer increasingly looks like a dead brand walking, though IE11 will still be around in Windows 10 to provide legacy compatibility for businesses.
They aren't ready for the stable version yet, but website push notifications to your desktop are one step closer to being done.
Brace yourselves: The Clippy jokes are coming.
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