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OneNote Web Clipper adds preview mode, YouTube support and more

Microsoft is adding more features to its OneNote Web Clipper add-on for Chrome, Safari and Internet Explorer browser users. It adds features like a preview mode, support for adding YouTube videos and more. ...

10 Cats Who Were Famous Before the Internet

2 days agoHumor / odd : mental_floss

These felines—explorers, war heroes, psychics, and political figures—were celebrated long before the internet.

Why it makes sense sometimes to run different programs

Windows users have quite the options when it comes to programs for tasks they run on their devices. If you look at web browsers for instance, there is Internet Explorer / Microsoft Edge, Firefox, Chrome, Opera, Vivaldi, and a truckload of others. Show More Summary

How The Internet Has Formed New Mental Conditions

A designer explores how our internet addiction has affected our mental health

Netflix only streams 1080p to a PC if you’re using a Microsoft browser

If you want 1080p streaming via Netflix on your PC, Microsoft's Edge and Internet Explorer are the only way to get it -- Chrome, Firefox, and Opera all top out at 720p.

The only way to stream 1080p Netflix is to use Microsoft Edge

Microsoft Edge is too closely related with the train-wreck Internet Explorer to be taken seriously. But it's actually not a bad alternative to Chrome, which uses so much battery life (and RAM) that it cripples most laptops. And as it...Show More Summary

See how Chrome beat out its competitors to become the most popular browser in the world

There was a time when Microsoft's Internet Explorer ruled the world. That doesn't mean that everyone liked it, but Microsoft's firm commitment to the web browser meant it made its way onto most computers. But as these maps, created by Jody Sieradzki at Dadaviz show, there's only so long you can prop up a product that most people despise. Show More Summary

Web Browser Market Share Wars for June 2016: Google Chrome vs Microsoft Internet Explorer vs Mozilla Firefox vs Edge vs Safari

Google Chrome has sustained its dominance in the web browser wars after it widened its market share lead from Microsoft Internet Explorer in June.

Great Job, Internet!: Starcher Trek brings phrasing to the farthest reaches of the universe

One has phasers, the other phrasing. One has the entire universe to explore, while the other (generally) stays on Earth. But they’re both about egotistical horndogs who embark on strange and improbable adventures each week, usually courting death at every turn and needlessly endangering the lives of their long-suffering subordinates. Show More Summary

Great Job, Internet!: Exploring the truly nutty Christian scare comics of Jack Chick

Back in 1960, Los Angeles artist and Christian fundamentalist hardliner Jack T. Chick had a life-changing idea. Taking his inspiration from Chinese communist propaganda pamphlets, he published the very first of his many so-called “Chick...Show More Summary

‘Pokémon GO’ Is Barely a Day Old and the Internet Has Already Lost Its Shit

Nintendo’s Pokémon Go mobile game was released for iOS and Android yesterday and it’s already consuming people’s entire lives. Players can explore their cities in the search for Pikachu and more, using their phones to spot the creatures in the wild using augmented reality technology and location information. You can also visit gyms to train them and […]

Microsoft Writes 'War and Peace' Onto DNA

2 weeks agoNews : Newsweek: US

DNA is widely touted as the future of data storage, theoretically capable of storing the whole accessible internet into the size of a shoebox. Exploring this potential, researchers have stored and retrieved 200 megabytes of video, images...Show More Summary

Pokemon Go players keep finding Pokemon in, um, interesting places

Pokemon Go was just officially released in Australia and New Zealand and people are already turning their explorations into internet memes. Just search #PokemonGo on Twitter and you’ll find tons of tweets with Pokemon showing up near toilet seats – which make a lot of sense given that most of us are probably just trying this out while on the john. Show More Summary

What's the best - and worst - browser for Windows 10?

Top browsers Chrome, Opera, Firefox, Edge and Internet Explorer are pitted against each other to find out which is the best browser for Windows 10, and which is the worst.

4 Easy Tricks to Make Firefox Run Faster

2 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Mozilla Firefox was helping web users avoid Internet Explorer long before Google Chrome arrived, and it’s still going strong. Like all apps though, it can slow down over time. Here are four quick ways you can try to get the spring back in Firefox’s step. Read more...

MSPU Tips: How to find Internet Explorer on Windows 10

Microsoft Edge is Microsoft’s flagship web browser for Windows 10 on PCs, Mobile and Xbox  devices. Microsoft Edge browser is Microsoft’s successor to Internet Explorer in Windows 10, albeit a heavily slimmed down web browser which is optimized for speed, battery life and comes with some nifty features like page annotation and reading view. If […]

A Salute to the Toast, which was everything that is good about the Internet

3 weeks agoNews : ComPost

The Internet is in mourning. The Toast, beloved source of all things that are good, is shuttering today, July 1. The Toast was so many things (IS! it will still exist, preserved in amber, for generations of Internet explorers to marvel at): a bastion of feminism and humor, one of the few sites on the Internet […]

Microsoft continues to lose browser share as user flock from IE

Net Applications have released browser share for the month of June 2016, and this still aren’t looking all too good for Redmond. Edge and Internet Explorer combined to account for just 36.7% of global user share, down 1.9% from May. This marks the 18th straight month that Microsoft’s browser has lost users, to the tune of […]

Is Online Porn Making Us Kinkier IRL?

The internet seems to have made people with an incipient interest in BDSM and kinky sex more comfortable exploring it.

Great Job, Internet!: This fan-edited Freddy Krueger origin story is the stuff of dreams

The origin story appears to be where the studios go when they run out of ideas. Earlier this month, Bryan Fuller implied that the next Friday The 13th film would explore Jason’s early days with his mother. Rob Zombie explained away all...Show More Summary

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