The best tips & tricks about making browsers faster, more streamlined and more productive.
Firefox’s New Tab page only shows a 4 x 3 grid by default. Here’s how to make that grid even bigger with just a simple tweak.
There’s more to Chrome settings than the basic tweaks you made when you first set up your browser. Let’s see what that involves.
The Firefox Add-On site has Complete Themes that do more than just give you a cool background. They change your button images, customize tabs and menus, and overall give Firefox that whole themed package.
Just as mobile devices can be reset to factory settings, so too can Firefox — and it can all be done with a single mouse click. Here’s how!
Trello is an incredibly easy to use tool for productivity. You can make it more fun by integrating Trello with excellent thrid-party apps. Stay on track and get things done with these tools.
Almost half of all the Internet is inaccessible unless you’re fluent in multiple languages. So what are the best tools for translation? These ones.
Putting prejudice aside, is Edge any good? I decided to pit it against my personal favorite web browser, Firefox, to see how it compares. Here’s what I found.
Chromebooks are fast, and you can get around them even faster with these quick touchpad gestures.
If you’re ready to leave Chrome and move on to Firefox, you can migrate your data quickly with import mechanisms baked into Firefox and third-party apps. Here’s how!
We all need an extension (or ten!) to wrestle browser tabs into submission effortlessly. Especially you, you tab hoarder.
Is Chrome using too much CPU and draining your battery? There may be a way for you to reduce its impact.
The browser you’re using right now may not be the best one for you. The browser arena changes so frequently that your conclusions from comparisons made last year may be completely wrong this year.