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21 Ways to Buff Up Your Browser

You probably spend more time working (and playing) in IE, Chrome, Firefox, or Safari than in any other application. Here are our favorite tips, tricks, and add-ons to supercharge your Web browser.

Which Browser Should You Use?

Not all Web browsers are created equal. Some are faster; some are more versatile; others are especially secure. We tested six leading browsers to learn where each one excels…and fails.

Browser Add-On Stops Google (and others) from Tracking You Online

Abine offers browser add-on that prevents Google, advertisers, Facebook, and other marketing companies from tracking you online via a free browser tool.

Google Says IE Privacy Policy Is Impractical in Modern Web

Microsoft's privacy protection feature in Internet Explorer, known as P3P, is impractical to comply with while providing modern web functionality such as...

'Do Not Track' Tool Promises Page Loads Up to Four Times Faster

A running counter in this cross-platform browser add-on shows users how many tracking attempts have been blocked, and from which companies.

Five Tips to Make Your Facebook Timeline Amazing

Facebook Timeline is coming. It's just a matter of, well, time. Here are five tips to make your Timeline pop (plus a bonus tip in case you don't like Timeline).


Google Privacy Issues Let Microsoft Tout IE9's Safeguards

Concerns about Google's revamped privacy policies give Microsoft an opening to promote the tracking protection built into Internet Explorer.

Should I Use the 32- or 64-bit Version of Internet Explorer?

DimplesAkaKaren noticed that Windows came with two versions of Internet Explorer. She asked the Answer Line forum which she should use.

If You're Part of the IE6 One Percent, You're Doing It Wrong

Microsoft is proud of the fact that Internet Explorer 6 market share is finally down to one percent in the US. I'm still concerned about this remaining one percent, and why they're so stubborn.

Microsoft Celebrates as Internet Explorer 6 Dies, Windows XP Wilts

Microsoft is jubilant because that the only way to get many people to stop using XP would be to pry the computer on which it ran from their cold dead hands.