Tag Archives: Edge

When You Need to Close Your Browser in a Hurry

    When You Need to Close Your Browser in a Hurry This is to remind you how to close a browser that has become unresponsive or when you click something malicious  and suddenly you’re faced with a tech support scam popup or other malicious popup. CTRL+F4 We’ll do the easiest one first. If you… Read More »

Rest Your Mouse! Handy Keyboard Shortcuts for Your Favorite Browser

    Rest Your Mouse! Handy Keyboard Shortcuts for Your Favorite Browser Keyboard shortcuts are great for those who don’t like using a mouse. They can also save you time. So, we’ve put together this list of browser shortcuts that work with most popular browsers. So even if you’re a mouse lover, isn’t it time… Read More »

What’s Going to Take the Place of Flash?

  What’s Going to Take the Place of Flash? As you may have heard,  most modern browsers will stop supporting Adobe Flash by the end of  2020. And many of you who play online games or use sites that are Flash-heavy are wondering what’s going to happen after Flash is no longer supported. Flash paved… Read More »

A Midsummer Night’s Poll: What Browser Do You Use?

    A Midsummer Night’s Poll: What Browser Do You Use? The following browser user share stats are from ComputerWorld. The ComputerWorld article was published on August 1, 2019, and you can read the article here.  These are end-of-July 2019 Statistics Google Chrome: User share 68.6% Google’s Chrome Browser set a record in July as… Read More »

uBlock Origin: An Adblocker You’ll Love

uBlock Origin: An Adblocker You’ll Love We understand why websites display ads… our site does. It’s a source of revenue. But some sites get carried away. And we don’t understand that because it ruins it for everybody. Why sites would display so many ads as to annoy its visitors is beyond my comprehension. Some sites… Read More »

Microsoft Says “Don’t Use Internet Explorer” … and More Browser News

Microsoft Says “Don’t Use Internet Explorer” … and More Browser News A recent Microsoft blog post by Microsoft Program Manager, Chris Jackson says that Internet Explorer is a compatibility solution – not a browser. He also says that no one should be using Internet Explorer as their default browser. Want to know more? Read this… Read More »