Chrome on Windows 10 may soon get scrolling and zooming as good as Edge
One of the few reasons to use Edge over Chrome is the very good zoom and scroll support on Windows 10. This is due to the browser supporting Precision Touchpad drivers, which allows very precise control over how an app responds to...
How to fix missing Start Menu favicons from Google Chrome
With the rise of web-apps, users can carry out much of their business in a browser. Google’s Photos, Amazon’s Prime Video, and Netflix are just a few examples of popular web-apps that are used nowadays. Microsoft and Google bo...
Microsoft brings full support for Variable Fonts to Edge web browser
Microsoft started supporting CSS extensions for OpenType Font Variations starting with Windows 10 Build 17074. OpenType Font Variations allows single “variable” font files to behave like multiple fonts, with a range of weight,...
Google’s Chome browser may soon integrate with Windows Notifications/ Action Centre
Google’s Chrome browser has developed into somewhat of an operating in itself, and that’s on Windows, not Chromebooks, and this includes having its own notification system for web apps and websites. That has made Chrom...
You will soon be able to export your Google Chrome password collection
As more and more of our life and work moves online our browsers are becoming our de facto password managers. Sometimes, however, it can feel as if your data is trapped in that browser or on a specific machine. Sometimes it is even...
Opera 53 adds a news section in Speed Dial on Windows
Opera is updating its desktop web browser to version 53 with a new user-facing feature, news feed. This news feed will appear in counties like the US, Russia, Belarus, and Ukraine at this time, but will likely be expanded in th...
Google’s Chrome ditches Microsoft’s compiler for Clang on Windows
Google’s Chrome browser for Windows 10 is no longer built using Microsoft’s C++ compiler on Windows. The firm has now moved to using the Clang compiler, the same as it uses for MacOS, Linux and Android. This is notewo...
Google Chrome already supports PWAs, here’s how to use them
Progressive Web Apps are the next big thing in desktop computing, with Microsoft, Google and Firefox among others reworking their browsers so that they support PWAs. Microsoft for one, has promised that it’ll be allowing use...
Google Chrome will brand all HTTP sites as not secure from July
Google has been advocating towards a more secure internet with HTTPS encrypted sites, and will now transition towards warning users more strongly about insecure HTTP sites. “For the past several years, we’ve moved toward a...
Grammarly extension bug could have exposed data to malicious actors
Grammarly earlier this weekend was found to suffer from a bug that exposed user data to any website it was used on. This was done by exposing its authorisation token to the sites, meaning any site which a Grammarly user used the e...
Microsoft will bring Progressive Web Apps to the Microsoft Store later this year
Microsoft is finally bringing Progressive Web Apps to the Microsoft Store and Windows 10 with the next release of Windows 10. In a blog post today, the Edge team explained Microsoft’s short-term plans to integrate Progressiv...