Today, Microsoft explained the many improvements it’s made to the new Edge web browser since its initial release back in January.
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Opera today announced Opera 71 for desktop and Opera 60 for Android, both of which support completely redesigned sync capabilities.
Mozilla announced the release of Firefox 81 today, which a colorful new theme called Alpenglow that works with both dark and light modes.
Apple normally ships new versions of its Safari web browser with new macOS releases, but the firm didn’t release macOS Big Sur this week.
The Microsoft Edge team is pledging to keep its customers up-to-date with what’s new in each stable release of the web browser.
Microsoft has announced the general availability of Immersive Reader, an Azure service that can help make text-based apps more inclusive.
Google has announced the availability of Chrome 85, which adds several new tabs-related features to the popular web browser.
Mozilla has begun rolling out a completely redesigned version of Firefox for Android that offers a new UI, features, and customizations.
Microsoft announced today that it will phase out support for Internet Explorer 11 and Legacy Edge on Microsoft 365 over the next year.
Mozilla has extended its search deal with Google for five years and will receive over $400 million each year for keeping Google as the default search engine in Firefox.
Additionally, the firm revealed that Brave now has over 16.7 million monthly active users and 5.7 million daily active users.
Vivaldi 3.2 for Android provides a more consistent UX along with improvements to its anti-tracker and ad blocking functionality.
Mozilla announced today that it is laying off 250 employees, the second time this year that it’s been forced to do so.
The Collections feature from Microsoft Edge on desktop is now available in the Android and iOS versions of the app, Microsoft says.
Google today provided an update on its progress bringing Flutter app development to the web, inarguably its biggest potential target market.
Microsoft has released the first build of Edge 86 to the Dev channel, and it looks like it’s going to bring a ton of new features.
Brave announced today that it is partnering with Guardian to bring a firewall and VPN to the iPhone and iPad versions of its web browser.
Today, Microsoft released Edge version 84, adding some minor improvements to Collections, PDF support, and more.
Grammarly announced a major expansion of its add-in for Google Docs that adds a new sidebar and goal-setting panel, plus support for Grammarly Premium features.
Like many of you, I had an immediate, visceral, and negative reaction to the news that Edge tabs were coming to ALT + TAB.
To (re)align with the Chromium release schedule, Microsoft says it will pause Dev, Beta, or Stable releases for two weeks.
Four weeks after Microsoft began automatically deploying Edge via Windows Update, it is updating its plans to roll it out further.
The new version of the Opera desktop web browser now offers built-in Twitter support via its sidebar interface.
Microsoft announced today that it has made Edge enterprise sync available to Microsoft 365 Business Premium subscribers.
Windows 10 users aren’t the only ones getting Microsoft Edge from Windows Update: Now it’s heading out to Windows 7 and 8.1 as well.
Yesterday, Microsoft revealed that the new Edge uses up to 27 percent less RAM when running on Windows 10 version 2004.
While the new Microsoft Edge is a dramatically better browser than its legacy Edge predecessor, it falls short in one key area: PDF support.