Tag Archives: browsers

Firefox Quantum: Test Drive It Today

Firefox Quantum: Test Drive It Today If you’re not afraid of trying beta software (software in testing stages) you might want to test drive Firefox’s current, in-the-works  attempt to catch up with number one Chrome. We tested Firefox Quantum today, and we didn’t find it was 2x times faster, but it does use less resources.… Read More »

Chrome’s New “Material Design” Settings Interface

Chrome’s New “Material Design” Settings Interface Google has totally changed the way you change and update your Chrome settings. Have you noticed? We’re going to cover the new Material Design settings interface show you how to find the settings most of us use most. PLUS…we’ll show you how to get the old settings interface back,… Read More »

Three Easy Tips for Chrome

Three Easy Tips for Chrome This tip is for anyone using Google Chrome on Windows 1. Show recently viewed pages with a click Did you know you can show a list of recently visited pages from the current tab? You can. All you have to do is right-click on the “Back” button and you’ll see… Read More »

Your Browser Is In the Broadcasting Business

Your Browser Is In the Broadcasting Business No matter if you use Firefox, Chrome, Edge, Internet Explorer, or Opera, your browser’s in the broadcasting business. And it’s not broadcasting comedy shows, or breaking news, or even classic rock. It’s broadcasting a lot of information about you and your computer. Every time you visit a web… Read More »