Another year has gone by, what has changed in the browser scene? Have your loyalties changed? Let’s find out!
There’s a reason the new Chromebook Pixel, an expensive high-end machine, uses a 3:4 aspect ratio rather than widescreen 16:9. It’s because the Web is vertical. Webpages scroll up and down, but most of us have widescreen machine these days. As a result, most websites have generously proportioned margins – basically, just wide swaths of blank background, showing nothing. Sometimes that’s nice, but sometimes you might want to use all of those pixels more productively.
Linux desktops offer many of the same web browsers you can use Windows and Mac, with Chrome, Firefox, and Opera all available for Linux. We’ll take a look at the best browsers you can use on a Linux system, including some lesser-known browsers that aren’t available on Windows or Mac. We’ve covered the best browsers for Windows before, and much of comparison holds true on Linux, too.
Firefox keeps getting faster – so much that it’s starting to tie Chrome – but for some people it’s just never fast enough. If you want to get the absolute best performance, you’ll need to tweak some under-the-hood settings so that they prefer performance over convenience. Here are a few tips which you can use […]