Google announced this week that it will be retiring the Chrome App Launcher on Windows (and on Mac and Linux). But that's fine, since there's already a much better way to launch Chrome apps in Windows alongside native applications.
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Stuck with tiny usage share, Opera is taking a step that other web browser makers are unlikely to embrace: It is adding native ad-blocking functionality to its flagship browser.
It's been a busy couple of days at DEVintersection in Las Vegas. But I think I can post on a more normal schedule today. Here's what else is happening.
Mozilla has quickly delivered it a Windows 10-friendly version of its flagship Firefox web browser, offering a streamlined new look and safer add-ons.