DuckDuckGo Reveals Details About Upcoming Desktop Web Browser

DuckDuckGo has revealed details about its upcoming desktop web browser, a new entry that promises to offer significant privacy protections.

Microsoft Making it Easier to Change Windows 11 Default Browser

Microsoft appears to be listening to feedback and criticism, making it easier to change the default web browser in Windows 11.

No, Firefox Hasn’t Dropped to 50 Million Users, Still Has 200 Million

Despite some losses, Firefox is still sitting at a relatively healthy 200 million users a year — not 50 million.

Mozilla Releases Firefox 91 With Enhanced Cookie Clearing

Mozilla has taken the wraps off of the latest version of Firefox, version 91, and it includes significant privacy improvements.

Firefox Update Brings Fresh New Look, Improved Experience

Mozilla has announced the latest version of Firefox, sporting a new look and improved user experience.

Microsoft, Mozilla and Google Work to Address Web Browser Compatibility

Three of the biggest browser makers are working to improve compatibility and reduce cross-browser issues.

Brave Launching Privacy-Focused Brave Search

Brave, the privacy-focused web browser made by JavaScript creator Brendan Eich, is throwing its hat in the search engine ring.

Opera Acquires YoYo Games, the Company Behind GameMaker

Opera has announced it has acquired YoYo Games, the company behind GameMaker.

Brave Becomes First Web Browser to Support IPFS

Brave has crossed a major milestone, becoming the first browser to support the new IPFS protocol.

Mozilla Working On Major Firefox Design Refresh

Mozilla is planning on a design refresh of its flagship browser, the first such refresh since 2017.

Mozilla Firefox 83 Sports Major JavaScript Performance Boost

Mozilla’s latest Firefox release, version 83.0, boosts a major increase to JavaScript performance.

Microsoft Edge Has Worst Default Privacy Settings

In a study of major web browsers, Microsoft’s Edge was found to have the worst default privacy settings of the entire bunch.

Google Chrome 69 Makes Your Passwords Harder to Hack

Google Chrome is a decade old and the company celebrated with a new look, a revamped password manager, a slew of develop-centric changes, plenty of security enhancements, and an improved omnibox.

Is Microsoft Edge Better Than Google Chrome?

If you value your internet browser’s speed and security, you might have to ditch your current one. There’s a new kid on the block, one that claims to be even faster and more secure than the world’s leading browser, Google…

Google Chrome 63 Ramps Up Security with Site Isolation

Google’s campaign to convince more businesses to turn away from Microsoft’s Windows 10 Edge and onto its side has intensified with the release of Chrome 63. Google is confident that it’s new security feature, site isolation, will have more companies…

Internet Explorer Security Flaw Puts Users at Risk, Feds Say Switch Browsers

If, for some reason, you still use Internet Explorer to browse the web, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security advises that you switch to a different browser for the time being. A major security flaw was exposed in Microsoft Internet…

Internet Explorer 11 Now Hits Window 7 Officially

Internet Explorer 11 has now been launched for Window 7 users too. Earlier, Microsoft had promised that the new Explorer will arrive on Windows 7, so this isn’t a big surprise. IE11 is the default browser of Windows 8.1. Starting…

The Pirate Bay Releases Its Own Web Browser

The Pirate Bay has been providing legal and illegal downloads to content via BitTorrent for 10 years. For those 10 years, governments from all over the world have tried to shut down the infamous Web site, but none have been…

Microsoft’s New Internet Explorer Ad Has No Right To Be This Catchy

I’m a sucker for a catchy song even when the subject matter is a little morose. It explains why I still can’t get Dumb Ways To Die out of my head, and it will probably explain why I’ll start humming…

The New Opera Is Out Of Beta And Available On Windows, Mac

Earlier this year, Opera said that it would be ditching its own rendering engine in favor of Google’s Blink. The new browser launched in beta in May, but now a final version is available for all who want to try…