Firefox is ditching its Windows 7-esque design in favor of a more Chrome-like experience.
Whether online or offline, browsers have some amazing tricks up their sleeves.
We've all been there: you have a 20 or so open tabs in Chrome, and something is playing an annoying audio ad. But which one?
Google is going to stop allowing non-sanctioned extensions to work on its Chrome for Windows browser. It's for your safety, you understand.
Short skirt? Check. Energy beams? Check. Windows logo? Check. Wait, what?
If you're still running Windows 7, there's no reason not to download Microsoft's Internet Explorer 11 browser. Just be aware there are additional features only for Windows 8.1 users.
A version of Chrome designed for early testing by developers will display a small warning note letting users know when it prevents malware from being downloaded.
Without a native codec that works with major videoconferencing platforms, users have had to download an application or plug-in before doing a browser video chat, one analyst explains.
Mozilla released 10 patches for three versions of its Firefox browser on Tuesday, five of which are considered critical and could be used to remotely install malicious code.
The QuickTweet extension lets you access any account you want with just two clicks.