Opera 35 has been released, and the update for the browser brings in a couple of useful new features.
This happens to be the first update for the browser in 2016, in terms of the stable release channel.
This feature isn’t exactly new to Opera, and has been in beta test for quite a few versions. But it has undergone quite a few changes. You can mute a tab by clicking on the speaker icon on top of the tab. To unmute it, simply click on the icon again.
Muting multiple tabs is also quite easy, simply right-click on a tab and select the option which says “Mute other tabs”. This does exactly what the name suggests. [...]
He quit the non-profit organisation a few years ago, and is back with yet another cool software.
Brave browser is open source, and of course free. The speciality of Brave is that it comes with a built-in ad blocker. So websites will load much faster.
And if that isn’t special enough, wait till you hear this. It has a unique feature, something which you may not have imagined.
Brave not only blocks ads, it also replaces the with less obtrusive [...]
Is your installation of Mozilla Firefox giving you trouble? Have you diagnosed the issue?
The browser is incredibly customizable, thanks to the innumerable plugins it has. Yes, there are thousands of add-ons, themes available for Firefox today.
But this also means there are two problems. Firstly not every add-on is available on the Mozilla Add-ons Repository, some of them could be hosted elsewhere. Secondly there are chances that the add-on may not have been well optimized, it could have memory leaks or bugs. This also applies to themes.
And since Firefox is open source, all forks of the browser (Waterfox, Comodo IceDragon, Palemoon, etc) also suffer from [...]
Mozilla Firefox 44 has been released, marking the first update for the browser in 2016.
As you may know, the browser maker patches its program once every month, in a pre-planned calender schedule.
The latest update to Firefox does add a couple of new features, but one of them is likely the most important, support for Brotli Compression. Don’t know what that means? Not to worry, here is a brief explanation.
Brotli Compression is a new content-encoding (web data)standard, developed by Google. It is only available for HTTPS content, and load web pages much faster than before. Google’s own browser Chrome, was obviously the first to get the [...]