Firefox’s new feature lets you customise your own browser theme, adds a side-view
Firefox is letting users test out two interesting features via its Test Pilot program today. The firm uses this program to test out new features, and some of them even make it to mainstream Firefox releases. The first feature is F...
Microsoft’s reorganization continues, Edge development team moved to Experiences and Devices unit
Back in March, Microsoft announced a major reorganization inside the company with changes to its executive leadership and the formation of two new engineering teams. Last month, we reported on some more reorganization news. Last...
Microsoft is winding down development of Windows 10’s built in apps
Microsoft is reportedly winding down development on its built-in Windows 10 apps like MSN Weather, News, Calculator, among others according to a report from Thurrott’s Brad Sams. The firm is now offering employees who work ...
Google is testing an emoji picker for Chrome
Everyone is making emoji easier to use anywhere, from Twitter to Microsoft and now, to Google. Google is updating Chrome with a new emoji picker, to be invoked by the right-click context menu. This will make it easier for users to...
NetMarketShare posts own Microsoft April’s Fools with dramatic Windows 10 market share drop
Its a new month and a new opportunity to look at the progress of Microsoft’s desktop operating system in the market. NetMarketShare has updated their monthly market share numbers, and this month it shows a rather dramatic ...
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...
Chrome adds pull to refresh support for Windows 10 2 in 1s
Google is making its browser more friendly to touch-friendly users. Pull to refresh is a gesture that has been standard for refreshing content in mobile apps like Twitter and has even found its way to browsers on tablets and smart...
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...