I haven’t used the Opera web browser since… Well, forever – but I’m well aware it remains a popular option with folks. Today, June 20, Opera hit version 100 and, through the power of marketing, […]
Here’s a (hopefully toy) cat to toss amongst the pigeons – Microsoft is rumoured to be eyeing up a deal that would make Bing the default search engine in Mozilla Firefox. The rumour, by way […]
Vivaldi web browser already does a lot, and as of the latest update it does a bit more: Mastodon, with native support for the decentralised social hub.
Furthering its ambition to replicate absolutely everything in existence inside itself, the latest Vivaldi web browser release adds a productivity feature.
As sure as the sun rises so a new version of the Mozilla Firefox web browser appears every 4 weeks. The latest is here, v104, so we check out what's new.
If you’re impatient to get your hands on the latest version of the Mozilla Firefox web browser you’ll pleased to hear Firefox 103 is now up on the Mozilla FTP ahead of a formal release […]
Mozilla Firefox 102 is out with a host of small but welcome improvements, including support for GeoClue geo-location detection on Linux desktops — nice!
I was using Vivaldi on Linux blissfully unaware that you can zoom the UI to increase the size of tabs, window controls, and in-app features. See how!
The Vivaldi web browser now comes with a built-in email client with configurable layout and offline support. Plus, new calendar & RSS feed reader features.
A new month means a new version of Mozilla Firefox, now up to version 101. In this post we look at what's (barely) changed, and when the update rolls out.
Vivaldi celebrates its 5th year of existence with a new update. The latest build of the feature-filled browser adds a translate panel and shareable themes.
Did you know that Microsoft Edge for Linux has a hidden easter egg featuring Tux, the Linux mascot? I certainly until didn’t until today — but it does! You probably know about Google Chrome’s dino […]