The best tips & tricks about making browsers faster, more streamlined and more productive.
Let’s take a look at those must-change browser items. Maybe you do the same, or perhaps you think that the settings should be different?
Are you sick of writing 500 words per hour when you know you’re capable of so much more? This extension will allow you to diagnose areas where you struggle and slow down when writing.
Restoring Internet Explorer to a browser that people actually wanted to use was always going to be a hard road, but it’s just possible that with Internet Explorer 11 this stage has been reached.
The latest instalment in our mini-series looks at the wide choice of high quality photo editors that are available to all Chrome users.
Today we take a look at one area where a lot of people still harbour many misconceptions about Chromebooks – offline movie playback.
Wikipedia holds a vast wealth of knowledge, but it’s not exactly the most gorgeous website out there. Wikiwand allows you to effortlessly browse Wikipedia in a beautiful and highly functional modern interface.
Ads. We all love them right? They can really tarnish the online reading experience. The solution? An extension that cleans up the page, displaying only the article’s text and images.
It's nice that we can just fill out a form with one click and get things…
No one wants to think they’re being watched without consent. Firefox is the only “big three” browser with zero interest in collecting user data. What does this really mean for users?
In the modern workforce, your email often turns into your task list. Well, now you can get Trello-style organisation right in Gmail with a new Chrome extension, Sortd.
Firefox is a great browsers for many reasons, but one of the most important reasons is how it can be customized. Here are a few important tricks that prove you should be using Firefox.
Here’s how to install and use Firefox efficiently on a computer that lacks an Internet connection.
Bookmarks have been an integral part of browsers since long before Google Chrome was launched.…
Running Windows on a 4K monitor can be a huge boon to productivity. The large, pixel-dense space provides plenty of room to open windows. But will browser content scale well on your Ultra HD monitor?
Hangouts is a wonderful cross-platform messaging and video chat app, but this newest release straight from Google improves upon the app by offering Facebook-style “Chat Heads” on Chrome.
Make Firefox look however you like. Whether you want something to create space, a dash of colour, or to bring back the old Firefox look, there’s a theme or extension out there for you.
Pop-ups are traditionally viewed as one of the most annoying and frustrating aspects of Internet browsing. Not all pop-ups are bad, however, and there might be occasions where you want to enable them.
Chromebooks are extremely portable, as most have 13 inch display and power-sipping processor. This makes them an appealing alternative to affordable Windows notebooks. But can you actually use a Chromebook for an entire work day?
The Netflix interface could use a little improvement, so I’ve found some Chrome extensions to make my Netflix account look prettier. And no, it doesn’t involve a bit of lipstick and some rouge.
Google have made the process of deleting old devices frustratingly opaque in their online help documents; which is strange with the rate that users buy new tablets, smart phones and laptops.
It’s now possible to run Android apps in the Chrome browser — it just takes a little bit of work.
The web is full of Pinnable content. Install these extensions and you’ll always have new content to pin. Again, and again, and again.
There are plenty of proxy servers out there (and you can even create your own), but few come with the ideological goals of anonymoX.
Browser toolbars just don’t seem to go away. Let’s look at some common nuisances and detail how to remove them.