Category Archives: Microsoft Edge Tips

Cloudeight InfoAve Premium – Issue #798 – Available Online

Cloudeight InfoAve Premium – Issue #798 – Available Online If you’re not a subscriber to Cloudeight InfoAve Premium Newsletter, please join us. It’s delivered to your inbox every Friday and it’s completely free! Subscribe right now! Cloudeight InfoAve Premium, Issue #798, was sent to all subscribers on Friday, January 25, 2019 at approximately 11:00 AM, Eastern standard time… Read More »

Be Prepared – Not Scared: Tech Support Scams & Microsoft Support Scams Are Everywhere!

Be Prepared – Not Scared: Tech Support Scams & Microsoft Support Scams Are Everywhere! Preface: Each week we receive several emails from people who have been scammed by either a Microsoft support scam or another support scam. We are reprising this article because it’s important that you know what these scams look like, how they work, and how… Read More »

Three Easy Tips for Google Chrome [and other browsers]

Three Easy Tips for Google Chrome [and other browsers] Google Chrome long ago passed Internet Explorer as the world’s most popular browser. If you use Chrome, we think you’ll find these three tips very useful. But even if you don’t use Chrome, one or more of these tricks will probably work with your favorite browser. 1. Show recently… Read More »

Cloudeight InfoAve Premium – Issue #792 – Available Online

Cloudeight InfoAve Premium – Issue #792 – Available Online See all our Christmas specials and gifts to you here! If you’re not a subscriber to Cloudeight InfoAve Premium Newsletter, please join us. It’s delivered to your inbox every Friday and it’s completely free! Subscribe right now! Cloudeight InfoAve Premium, Issue #792, was sent to all subscribers on Friday,… 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 towel and going… Read More »