Mozilla Firefox 85 is available to download. In this post we look at what's been added and improved, like network partitioning and smarter bookmarks.
Chromium will lose several key features when Google revokes access to private APIs in March. It recommends affected users switch to Google Chrome.
Learn how to install Microsoft Edge on Ubuntu, Linux Mint, and related distributions. It's easy, and only requires a couple of quick steps, so read on…
Firefox 84 has been released. We rundown its key changes and new features, which includes tweaks to improve the browser's performance on Linux systems.
Vivaldi Mail is now available for testing. This IMAP and POP compatible email client is built-in to the Vivaldi web browser in new snapshot builds.
A new version of the Firefox web browser is available to download on Windows, macOS, and Linux systems and, after a string of more modest release, I’m pleased to say this one chock full of […]
A new version of the Firefox web browser is now available for download for Windows, macOS and Linux systems from the Mozilla releases server. Firefox 82 isn’t a feature-heavy release. Indeed, feature development for Firefox […]
The latest update to the Vivaldi web browser comes with an arcade game baked inside. Why? Well, why not! Learn more about this release in this post.
Mozilla Firefox 81 features some genuinely useful improvements, including keyboard media key support, broader file handling, and improved PDF Viewer.
Want to hit pause on the internet and take a well-deserved breather? The latest version of Vivaldi comes with a 'break mode' feature to do just that.
Mozilla Firefox 80 is available to download. The latest release of the famous web browser features modest changes, but adds something exciting on Linux.
Want your web browser to have a built-in word-processor? Of course not, but the bods behind Vivaldi have added one anyway, and here's how It works.