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Microsoft Will Give Windows 8 Users 'Do Not Track' Options for IE10

Microsoft Tuesday said users of Windows 8 will be able to change the default setting for the "Do Not Track" privacy feature in Internet Explorer 10 (IE10) when they first run the new operating system.

Three More Browser Shortcuts You Should Know

Now that you've mastered keyboard-powered bookmarks and downloads, let's focus on navigating your browser--without touching your mouse.

Access Your Browser Downloads with a Single Keystroke

Another handy keyboard shortcut you should know, this one pops open your Downloads list.

Bookmark Any Web Page with a Single Keystroke

Want to improve your Web-browsing productivity? Learn the keyboard shortcut for bookmarking the page you're on.

Microsoft Patches XML Flaw Under Attack and 15 More Vulnerabilities

Microsoft released nine new security bulletins, including updates to patch an XML flaw actively under attack, and vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer 9.

Patch Tuesday Includes Shocking Update for IE9

Microsoft plans to publish nine new security bulletins next Tuesday, including an unusual back-to-back update for Internet Explorer.

Internet Explorer Dips Slightly While IE9 Soars

Internet Explorer may be down, but expect a spike in IE market share when Windows 8 hits the street.

IE, Chrome Battle for Title of Top Browser in June

Two browser tracking firms disagree on the dominant browser, but concur that Firefox is slipping.

Internet Explorer 10: MIA from Windows 7

Microsoft is maintaining its year-long silence on a release timetable and features for its new browser on its current OS.

Browser Wars: Metrics Firms Battle Over Internet Explorer, Chrome

The firms question how their rival measures usage, and which browser -- Microsoft's Internet Explorer or Google's Chrome -- is the planet's most popular.