Tag Archives: Microsoft Edge

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 »

Install the New Chromium-based Edge Browser for Windows 10

Install the New Chromium-based Edge Browser for Windows 10 Many of you already know that Microsoft is going to dump its current Edge browser and switch to a Chromium-based version. And if you didn’t already know it, well you sure know it now. Microsoft is subscribing to the old philosophy of “If you can’t beat… Read More »

Make Your Own E-books From Your Favorite Web Content

Make Your Own E-books From Your Favorite Web Content If you’ve ever wanted to save online articles, computer tips, recipes, or any web content. EpubPress makes it easy to do. EpubPress makes it a snap to create e-books from open tabs in Chrome or Firefox. I used Chrome for this test, but the EpubPress extension… Read More »

Microsoft Gives Up: Microsoft Edge Browser Will Soon Be Chromium-based

Microsoft Gives Up: Microsoft Edge Browser Will Soon Be Chromium-based Microsoft has always bucked the trend. They didn’t want to use Adobe’s Flash, so they created Silverlight which really never caught on. They didn’t want to modernize Internet Explorer and ended up losing the browser wars to Chrome and Firefox.  Now they’re throwing in the… Read More »

How to Set a Home Page in Your Browser

How to Set a Home Page in Your Browser This tip has been updated. You can use this tutorial to set a home page in Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox, and/or Edge. One of the questions we are asked the most is how to set a home page in a browser. It’s a fundamental question and… Read More »

Several Ways to Close Your Browser Quickly

Several Ways to Close Your Browser Quickly Darcy reminded me of something today … as she always seems to do. And that reminded me to make sure that you all know how to close a browser that has become unresponsive or when you click something and suddenly you’re faced with a tech support scam popup… Read More »