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?Firefox Quantum: 170 million installs so far, as more Chrome users jump ship

Firefox sees a bump in installs from Chrome users after the big Quantum overhaul.

Panic button for web browsers scrubs away all content fast - CNET

3 hours agoTechnology / Internet : Webware

Sick of the online clutter? Turn your Chrome or Safari browser into a blank slate with the Nothing on the Internet extension.

How to fix Google Chrome black screen issues

3 hours agoTechnology : Ghacks.net

Google Chrome started to act up weirdly on one of my machines recently. I noticed display issues at first; Chrome would not show the content of sites I opened unless I changed the window size of the browser first. Yesterday, things got even weirder as the browser showed a black screen only when I started […] Ghacks needs you. Show More Summary

How to Change Languages in Google Chrome

Are you bilingual? Or do you perhaps dream of becoming bilingual? Luckily, the internet is awash with fantastic resources for helping you learn a foreign language. But using traditional language-learning methods is only half the battle. Show More Summary

Bypass paywalls with Anti-Paywall for Firefox and Chrome

Anti-Paywall is a new browser extension for Firefox and Chrome designed to bypass website paywalls automatically when pages of supported sites are visited. Paywall systems are designed to keep anyone but subscribers from accessing certain content on the Internet. Show More Summary

Monitor web pages for changes

SiteDelta Watch and SiteDelta Highlight are two WebExtensions for Firefox and Chrome that add website monitoring functionality to the browser. Both check a site for changes and notify you about them, and the core difference between the two is that Watch does so automatically and Highlight only on connect. Show More Summary

Google Chrome for Android gets a new update, brings accelerated downloading speeds

We recently reported that Google pushed a new update for Chrome and now the company has pushed Chrome 64 into the beta channel. The new update enables accelerated downloading which will allow for faster downloads on the device. The parallel download feature is activated when a download is active for longer than 2 seconds. Show More Summary

Showcase of Rad Retro Designs with 80s Style Chrome Text Effects

Over recent years the revival of futuristic art styles from the 1980s have proven to be a popular modern design trend. Highly reflective chrome effect logos with vibrant colours high-tech surroundings are common traits of this aesthetic. Show More Summary

How to enable Strict site isolation mode in Google Chrome

Strict site isolation is a new experimental feature of Google's Chrome web browser that ensures that processes are limited to pages from one site. Chrome's multi-process architecture was introduced with the release of the browse. It improves security and stability of the browser at the expense of computer memory. Show More Summary

With Windows 10 'Sets,' Microsoft takes aim at Chrome OS

Windows 10 "Sets" is Microsoft's answer to Chrome OS's tabbed navigation experience. Here's why that should be very exciting for Windows users. During the last 12 months, Microsoft made some significant advancements in positioning Windows 10 as a viable Chrome OS competitor. Show More Summary

So Long: Google officially removes Chrome Apps from its Web Store

After announcing back in 2016 that Chrome Apps would be removed from the Web Store, Google has officially removed the ability for anyone to download Chrome Apps.

Chrome 63 Ups The Security Ante

Google has released the latest iteration of Chrome and it adds a nifty new "site isolation" feature that protects you in the event a site in one browser tab crashes. It stops that fault from impacting other tabs. Although this is a step forward in the app's overall stability, it also means an exploit from one tab is less likely to impact other browser tabs. More »      

Google Rolls Out New Chrome Security Feature to Combat Microsoft

Google has rolled out a major new enterprise security feature in Chrome called site isolation. It's a stronger version of the browser's existing sandboxing feature. The post Google Rolls Out New Chrome Security Feature to Combat Microsoft appeared first on ExtremeTech.

A Chrome plugin that scrambles porn sites is a post-Net Neutrality internet simulator

5 days agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

Got a relative or friend who doesn't understand the stakes in the net neutrality debate? The FCC Internet Porn Scrambler will help bring the issue into focus: "all of your favorite content will be instantaneously replaced on sites like Pornhub with unwatchable scrambled video." Remember to join today's protests at a local Verizon store!

Google releases Chrome 63 for Windows, Android, Linux and Mac – here’s what’s new

Google is rolling out a new update for its Chrome Browser. The update is rolled out to Windows, Android, Linux, and Mac, and bumps it to v63. The latest update contains a lot of new features and improvements for users. Chrome now supports...Show More Summary

Google is killing Chrome Apps for desktops, for good

Google is officially done with Chrome Apps for desktops: it’s now removed the Apps section from the Chrome Web Store, leaving only Extensions and Themes available for you to customize your browser with from here on out. The company explained...Show More Summary

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