The best tips & tricks about making browsers faster, more streamlined and more productive.
There’s now more to love about Google Chrome on the Mac: the web browser offers full support for Apple’s Touch Bar.
The battle for the best desktop browser will never be settled. But which is the most secure? All boast having superior protection — but in 2017, which is the browser of choice for the security- and privacy-conscious?
Just like Chrome and Firefox, Safari has a vast array of extensions available to expand its features and improve browsing.
It is not that Safari is a bad browser or that it has a limited feature set — you may just want a different focus, or major updates more than once a year.
Firefox is famous for its extensions. But which addons are the most useful? Here are the ones we think are best, what they do, and where you can find them.
Any browser works. There’s only one reason to pick one over another: it’s more in line with how you like to browse the web. And you might prefer Opera, too.
One Chrome feature is often overlooked: the ability to have multiple user profiles. We show you how they can make your life easier. And yes, you can use profiles in Firefox and other browsers too.
With Chrome, you can get stuff done while offline. These Chrome productivity extensions let you cut the distractions of the internet and get straight to work!
What is your default web browser? Even though we’re spoiled for choice, the majority of us stick to the tried and tested major players. What are better alternatives for resource use, speed, and security?
Brave is a new browser known to be faster and safer than Google Chrome. How? Let us show you its unique features and their impact.
The new tab page on your browser does not have to be wasteland of empty white space. These useful tools can help you customize the tab page for productivity.
For optimal browser performance, you should clear the cache on a regular basis. Here are three hidden switches that let you do so without interrupting your workflow.
For some reason, people have a tough time keeping their emails short. Maybe you’ve experienced this, too. Here are two nifty tips that will help you overcome that habit right away.
With this free Chrome extension, you can now see which Google search results you’ve already visited and when you last visited them.
Pocket has long held the crown of being the internet’s best digital bookmarking service. But is it time to scrap it and search for better read-it-later bookmarking alternatives?
You may think you’re anonymous on the web, but here’s the truth: your computer and browsers can be used to create a unique fingerprint that points to you.
These Chrome and Firefox extensions make Google Keep even better. Get fast access to your notes and save information quicker. Note-taking has never been easier.
If you use the mighty combination of Google Chrome and Gmail, there are some new browser extensions you need to check out.
Chrome holds more secrets than you might expect. Presently, you can access more than 60 hidden Chrome URLs and 15 debugging tools. We’ll show you the 10 most important ones every power user should know.
Count the seconds you spend every day saving information, researching details, or inserting passwords. Everything adds up. Browser extensions can automate repetitive tasks. You’ll save hours with these Chrome extensions.
Tab previews can be useful, but not everyone likes them. Want to turn them off? For Edge, you’ll need this simple registry tweak.
Inspect Element and View Source are both missing from Edge right out of the box, but can be enabled with an unintuitive setting.
The Windows 10 Creators Update is bringing lots of new headline features, but Edge is getting some love, too. Here’s how you can export your browser bookmarks easily.
Instead of scrolling down and missing out on the video content, this extension makes it possible to watch and read comments at the same time.