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If you spend most of your workday with Google's browser, you'll want to put these Chrome tips to work so you can get more done in less time.
Mozilla scraps Firefox's 'Aurora' dev track
Mozilla has decided to drop one of Firefox's preview tracks that let customers test early versions of the browser before wider deployment.
Meet the new Microsoft Edge: 5 key improvements with the Creators Update
Microsoft Edge improves noticeably with the Creators Update, catching up with some features and offering true innovations with others.
Microsoft again ballyhoos Edge as battery tightwad
Microsoft this week again claimed that its Edge browser uses much less power than rivals, an apparent move to salvage the struggling Edge on Windows 10.
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After Congress revokes Internet privacy rules, downloads double of VPN-equipped Opera browser
Opera Software today boasted that the number of new U.S. users of its namesake browser more than doubled after Congress voted to repeal online privacy protections.
Google patches Chrome bug from fizzled Pwn2Own hack
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In 2016, Microsoft Edge was the only major PC browser to run Netflix in 1080p. With the Windows 10 Creators Update, it's now made the jump to 4K.
LastPass fixes serious password leak vulnerabilities
Developers of the popular LastPass password manager rushed to push out a fix to solve a serious vulnerability that could have allowed attackers to steal users' passwords or execute malicious code on their computers.
Netflix debuts on Firefox for Linux, but not everyone's happy about it
You can now watch Netflix videos on Firefox for Linux, but not everyone is happy about it as the battle over DRM in HTML rages on.
5 ways to speed up Chrome: Tips for power users and newbies
Google's Chrome browser is plenty fast, but by turning a few more dials you can make the browsing experience even zippier.
Mozilla beats rivals, patches Firefox's Pwn2Own bug
Mozilla has already patched a Firefox vulnerability revealed during Pwn2Own, the first vendor to fix a flaw disclosed at the hacking contest.
Opera really wants you to use ad blocking, considers making it a default feature
Upset that not enough users are blocking ads, Opera says it may switch its ad-blocking preference to being on by default.
Chrome makes power move, suppresses background tabs
Google's latest upgrade to the Chrome browser began what will be a series of moves to reduce the browser's power use by limiting activity in background tabs.
Firefox 52 bans plug-ins, supports 'game changer' standard
Mozilla today updated Firefox to version 52, which adds a variety of new features and plugs 28 security vulnerabilities, a half dozen of them considered "critical."
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