More Edge goodness! Some more details on the big switch for Microsoft Edge are here with us, including what Redmond plans for extensions for its new web browser. Well, not exactly new, but running a new engine. A Chrome powered engine. Last week was all about Microsoft officially confirming the switch to the Chromium...

Eh, you win some you lose some! Right, right? Not everyone is enthralled by Microsoft switching to Chromium for its Edge browser, and Mozilla is one of the organizations that is in this camp. The move certainly came out of the blue and took people by surprise, I’ll give you that. Particularly, keeping in view the fact...

Its happening, folks! All roads led to this. And we now have official confirmation that the same engine that powers Google Chrome will now power the Microsoft Edge web browser. Multiple reports hinted at such a scenario, and it has come to pass. As good old Joe Belfiore, Corporate Vice President, Windows explained in...

Brace for impact! It looks like Microsoft may have had enough of the Edge adventure, as a new report claims that Microsoft is working on yet another web browser. One that is based on the open source Chromium project. The same software that Google Chrome is built on. Yes, the report basically makes clear that Microsoft...

Well, well, what have we here! Collaboration! It seems that Microsoft, Google and Qualcomm are all working together to bring the Chrome web browser to Windows 10 on ARM computers. Microsoft’s operating system is catching up fast with other platforms to offer better support on ARM processors, but this is not possible...

No surprises here! Windows 10 is now the operating system of choice for most Firefox users, but they don’t really care for the Microsoft Edge web browser. These interesting statistics have been provided by Mozilla. With the company confirming that Windows 10 managed to overtake Windows 7 in late October, and has in...

Be warned. Microsoft sure likes to court controversy when it can, as this latest episode shows. The company has been caught dissuading users from installing rival browsers. Like Chrome and Firefox, and more. Now, admittedly, Microsoft Edge is not in the best shape as it can be. Even as the company continues to improve...

At long last. Google has finally added support for native Windows 10 notifications to Chrome, with the development team rolling out this feature out to version 68 of the web browser. Which is, pretty much the most popular software of its kind around. Commanding a monstrous share of the browser market. Anyway, this...

How to catch a web browser. Google Chrome remains one of the most successful applications on the Windows platform, with the latest data showing the browser leading the charts like nothing else. Data provided by StatCounter for the month of June 2018 lists Chrome with a market share of 66.87%, way ahead of other...

And it’s not what you expect. Google has shied away from the Windows Store ever since the launch of Microsoft’s modern operating platform, and the situation isn’t any closer to changing. However, despite its policy of not bringing its applications to Windows, the search engine giant does like to occasionally launch...