Posts Tagged ‘Web Browsers’

Here’s Microsoft Edge Vs Google Chrome Vs Firefox web browser battery life test on Windows 10 to see which one comes out on top.

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Want to sign up and download Google’s Chrome beta for iOS on iPhone or iPad with new features that are not available in the App Store version of Chrome? Here’s how to do that. This requires Apple’s TestFlight app, which can be downloaded for free from the App Store.

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Mozilla Firefox web browser for iOS is now available to download as public preview on iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, but unfortunately, the app is currently only available on the New Zealand App Store. Luckily, there’s a quick and easy way of accessing the New Zealand version of the App Store and download the app right now from any where in the world.

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Over the last few years, Firefox has been on many Start menus and Docks: indeed, the browser has enjoyed a respectable market share over the past few years. Its developers, however, have issued the final version of Firefox 7, which mainly focuses on performance.

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Google Chrome’s Canary builds are experimental snapshots of what Google is working on for future stable versions of Chrome, and unlike the developer or beta versions, Canary can be used alongside the stable version, making it a safer choice for those who want to try the latest and greatest but still value stability most of the time.

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Google’s Chrome browser is probably the most streamlined and minimalistic of all major web browsers out there. Now Google is stripping out the address bar as we know it, and only displaying when it’s really necessary, at least if this obscure feature in the latest Canary build is brought down to the stable channel.

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The Mozilla team has finally made Firefox 4 officially available for public to download. Firefox 4 delivers a fast, sleek and customizable design for top notch web browsing experience.

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After just over a year in development, Microsoft today has released the very final version of Internet Explorer 9.

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Microsoft has finally taken the wraps off its shiny new web browser: Internet Explorer 9. The beta version of IE 9 is now available for download for users running both 32 and 64-bit versions of Windows 7 and Vista.

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In a few hours from now, Microsoft will officially unveil Internet Explorer 9 Beta to the world. Folks at Fast Company have already got their hands on Microsoft’s latest attempt to reinvent the browser. If the screenshots posted below are anything to go by, boy or boy this looks awesome!

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Mary Jo Foley of All About Microsoft has managed to grab a screenshot of Internet Explorer 9 which was accidently posted up on a Russian site. Even though the screenshot and info has now been pulled from that Russian site, but Mary Jo has got all the details for us, courtesy of Bing Translator.

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Microsoft Chief Operating Officer Kevin Turner at the Financial Analyst Meeting today has revealed that the Redmond based company is planning to drop a beta version of Internet Explorer 9 sometime in September of this year. Sources at Neowin has given September 2nd as the possible date for the release.

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