#Browsers

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What you need to know about your browser's digital fingerprints

Your browser has a fingerprint. It’s not as obvious as the real ones on your fingertips, but it exists nonetheless.

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Google Chrome launches pop-up muting and other ad-blocking features

Chrome developers announced Thursday that the newest Chrome update, Chrome 64 Beta, will allow you to mute annoying autoplay videos.

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Mozilla jettisons everything but the browser - TechRepublic

Mozilla has announced they will be further distancing themselves from Thunderbird. And Firefox OS is dead. Jack Wallen contemplates the fallout of Mozilla's latest moves.

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10 free Chrome hacks that will change the way you browse the Internet

Google’s Chrome web browser accounted for 31.41% of global desktop browsing in November, according to Net Marketshare. That makes it the second most popular browser in the world behind Internet Explorer, which had a global market share of 50.03% in No

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Firefox is about to work a lot more like Chrome | The Verge

Mozilla is beginning to make a series of changes to Firefox that'll make certain aspects of the browser operate a lot more like Chrome. The changes are broadly designed to make Firefox more secure...

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Firefox users, here's a security flaw you'll need to fix

This bug can upload files from your computer if you visit the wrong news site. But you can close up the hole by downloading the latest version of the browser.

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Former Opera CEO Launches Vivaldi, A New Browser For Power Users

Opera's former CEO Jon von Tetzchner is launching the first preview of Vivaldi today, a new Chromium-based browser that is squarely aimed at power users...

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​Did the browser wars finally end in 2014?

After a decade, have the browser wars finally ended? My review of what's new for Chrome, Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, and Opera says yes.