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You can now download a 64-bit version of the Chrome browser for Windows, which promises to be both faster, more secure, and stable -- at least for a developer version.
A new site from Microsoft shows which Web standards will be supported in Internet Explorer.
After warning Chrome users in November, Google has begun blocking non-Chrome Web Store extensions from being installed on Chrome for Windows.
Even master searchers can benefit from these search tools for Chrome.
Attackers are probably trying to develop exploit code, the CTO of Qualys says
The seven-month-old flaw has remained unpatched in Internet Explorer 8, which has a 20 percent market share
The lack of a standard has hamstrung the browser privacy tool.
If you use the Adblock plugin, especially with Mozilla's Firefox, you may have noticed your memory use skyrocket. There's a reason for that.
Mozilla has little choice lest users be cut off from popular content services, Mozilla's CTO says
At the same time, reassures users that the browser won't become 'a mess of logos'
Some users commenting about Windows Phone 8.1's browser complain about how it handles tabs.
It's tough to remain private online, but these three extensions can help.
Google's "Origin Chip" feature doesn't display long URLs, undermining its antiphishing intentions
Blame HTML5: Embedded video ads and other rich media are consuming more and more of your PC's resources. A browser that runs the Web more efficiently will give your PC a more streamlined experience.