Mozilla has not had a good year in 2015, with its browser ending with a mere 12.13% of usage shares.
Firefox actually had a good run, growing steadily for 5 months (between February to June 2015).
As you can see from the chart featured above, thanks to Netmarketshare, the browser climbed up from 11% and went past 12%. But then usage began to drop steadily, from July to October.
This can perhaps be attributed to Windows 10’s launch. The new operating system came with Microsoft Edge, as the default browser, overwriting any user-defined settings for the browser (for eg: Firefox). This happened despite users choosing to preserve their settings and apps, which [...]
VLC needs no introduction, it is the single most popular media player in the digital World.
Windows Media Player may perhaps be its only real competitor when it comes to popularity, but only because it came pre-installed on Windows computers.
VLC however, is an open source application, as a result of which it has evolved into a massively used cross-platform software, available for Windows PC, Windows Mobile, Linux, Android, iOS and Mac OS X. Well, now you can add one more to the list, Google ChromeOS.
ChromeOS computers are becoming very popular, thanks to the fact that it uses web applications, instead of the traditional standalone operating system. [...]
Google is no stranger to battling online threats and protecting users, it first began the process about 8 years ago.
Yes, it was in 2007, that the Mountain View company introduced Safe Browsing.
This security protocol in Google Chrome, protects users from malicious websites and any malware they may contain.
Google is constantly updating the way Safe Browsing works, to make sure it detects new techniques used by phishing scammers and bad websites.
One of the evil things that this protocol protects users is from is Unwanted Software, which Google terms UwS, and pronounces it as ooze (ridiculous, but that’s what it calls it). These are actually similar [...]
Do you like wallpapers? Have you found yourself searching for scenic wallpapers, just for the heck of it?
Want to get a beautiful background image every time you open a new tab in your browser? What if we tell you it’s possible? Yes indeed it is, but there is a small catch.
This is only possible with one browser, Google Chrome. Now, that we have piqued your interest, let’s tell you how to do this.
Meet, the Shutterstock Tab. It is an extension for Google Chrome, and displays a new background image, on every new tab. Who said only Bing.com has to look beautiful?
All images are taken directly from the Shutterstock website, and don’t [...]