Whether online or offline, browsers have some amazing tricks up their sleeves.
Internet Explorer hit with a new Zero-Day exploit.
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.
By eliminating support for Internet Explorer 9 from its Google Apps, Google has indirectly prevented Windows Vista users from using Google's cloud services to full effect.
A fix stops Java from disabling itself, and iTunes for Windows and Internet Explorer get some security tweaks.
Microsoft released eight security bulletins for the October Patch Tuesday, and one fixes two flaws in IE already being exploited in the wild.
Security experts identified the Internet Explorer browser update as the one to deploy first.
The game Hover! was originally bundled with Windows 95, and puts players in the seat of a hovercraft on a 3D map.
An exploit for a vulnerability that affects all versions of Internet Explorer and has yet to be patched by Microsoft has been integrated into the open-source Metasploit penetration testing tool, a move that might spur an increasing number of attacks targeting the flaw.