Don't-Miss Browser Stories
Mozilla follows Internet Explorer and Chrome in shipping a 64-bit browser, though it's only in the Developer Edition for now.
It sounds like you'll be able to play with the new Microsoft Spartan browser sooner rather than later.
Ever wished you could get rid of all those flashing ads when you're reading an article in Chrome? Now you can, thanks to Chrome's experimental new 'Distill page' option.
Google wants to foil unwanted downloads from the Web. Its latest security tool throws up a big, red warning when you're about to visit such scheming sites.
Simple swipes and tap-and-hold gestures can speed up your Safari browsing, especially if you're trying to use your iPhone one-handed.
Mozilla's Johnathan Nightingale says he just needs rest, but Firefox could use some energy right about now.
Developer builds of Firefox can now run limited kinds of Flash content, even if you don't have the Flash plug-in installed.
SPDY is dead, long live SPDY (as part of HTTP/2).
This Chrome extension is a great way to turn YouTube into a no cost, ad-free, audio-only music streaming service
Don't hold your breath though.
Microsoft wasn't kidding when it said Spartan would be totally different from Internet Explorer. The older browser never trafficked in extensions, but Spartan will take the opposite tack.
If you tend to have a lot of browser tabs open during the day, a new browser called Vivaldi wants to win you over. The technical preview is available now.
Microsoft's new browser isn't available just yet, but Windows Insiders can already reap some of the benefits through Internet Explorer.
Just months after Microsoft promised an end to duality in Windows, its new OS will include two very different browsers
Users and websites will be able to manage what data is sent to other websites.