If you are ever wondering whether Microsoft is still innovating or not, just take a look at its new Browser, Edge. Introduced along with the release of Windows 10, Microsoft Edge browser has constantly received significant feature improvements on a regular
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WebAssembly is the new kid making noise on the web today. If this is the first time you’ve heard this, you aren’t alone at least. Earlier this week, WebAssembly has reached a milestone, in which it has gained some support
Opera is often the neglected child among all the browser people use on a daily basis. Less than 2% of the viewer reading this blog uses Opera. Although it has low usage/adoption compare to other major browser vendors, there are
Google announced at the end of August, the upcoming stable release of Chrome 53 is going to be a facelift to bring Material Design to the popular browser. Along with the release, Google also promises battery improvements in this release.
I have to admit that I’ve been having problems with Google services like Gmail, YouTube, or even regular Google Search in Chrome for quite some time, They are extremely slow in Chrome with my home workstation. How slow? With Gmail,
If your Windows 10 is running on the latest Anniversary Update, which was available on August 2nd, then your Microsoft Edge browser is now more powerful. One of the biggest drawbacks that prevented most power users to adopt Edge is
Microsoft Edge is probably one of the best features in Windows 10. While Bing is heavily integrated into Windows 10, for browser search engines I still prefer using Google over Bing (sorry Microsoft). If you are like me, here is