Linux builds of Microsoft Edge (the new version using Chromium) aren't available yet, but the Edge team say it's something they'd 'like to do eventually'.
A new feature in Firefox 66 makes it easier to search open tabs to find a specific tab. While this addition won’t change the way the world uses the internet, it will improve things for […]
A new version of the Vivaldi web browser has been released — and it’s even more customisable than before! The Vivaldi 2.2 update adds a “pop out” video player feature (just like the picture-in-picture feature available […]
I woke up today to find my Twitter feed chok full of praise for something called Browsh. It’s a brand new, modern text-based web browser built for the command line. Yes, I did just say a text […]
Raspberry Pi users can now use the Vivaldi web browser, with Vivaldi releasing an experimental ARM build of its browser through its website.
The QupZilla web browser is hunting for a new name. Development is to move under the KDE project umbrella and it may replace Konquerer.
Qupzilla, the Qt-based cross-platform web browser, now has a session manager. A bug requesting this feature was first opened in 2013.
A new version of the Electron-based Min web-browser is now available to download. Not heard of min? Min is a desktop web-browser offering a unique, minimal UI that keeps out of the way. It has […]
Vivaldi 1.8 is super-charges the browser history, helping to give you an unparalleled amount of insight in to your online activities.
The Min browser project has picked up a new update. Version 1.4 of the open-source, cross-platform web browser adds browser actions and full-text search.
Min is a new open-source web browser for Windows, Mac and Linux. It is lightweight, with a minimal design and integrated DuckDuckGo features.
In this entry to our Ubuntu Basics series we cover changing the default apps that handle web and e-mail links.