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,...

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...

The browser wars. They’ve been quite one sided for some time now, and things probably won’t change anytime soon, as Edge continued its slow decline this past month. Meanwhile, Chrome saw another uptick as it closed in on the 60% market share. These numbers have been revealed by NetMarketShare, which confirm that...

Except the faithful few. Windows 10 put up some really good numbers this past month, but this uptick in usage did not reflect on Microsoft Edge in any major fashion. The default web browser that comes with the OS is struggling big time against assaults from competitors. Most notably Google Chrome. Latest data...

It was around this time last year when Microsoft retired one of its most popular operating systems ever. Windows XP was let go on April 8, 2014, with the user base recommend to upgrade to a newer OS. Microsoft and friends (hardware partners) were giving this advice. Software companies on the other hand extended...

The browser wars are well and alive, then! Internet Explorer has shown some strong progress over the past couple of years, even though Microsoft is ready to make IE part of history. And that is because the company is readying Spartan, the codename for a brand new web browser that will be introduced with Windows...

If you can’t beat them, join them. And then beat them! Bing has seen a lot of action these past couple of years, with Microsoft updating its web search service regularly and routinely. This time around, though, the company is going into Google’s yard. With the intention of introducing more people to its search...

Market research firm StatCounter has just released its newest data for the month of February 2015, and the numbers offer absolutely nothing in terms of surprises. The US market is all about Windows 7 and the Google Chrome web browser. Both solutions lead the other products by a wide, wide margin. Windows 7, for...

While the worldwide battle for browser supremacy still rages on, with either Microsoft Internet Explorer or Google Chrome coming out on top (depending on where you look), the US fight seems to be settled. At least, according to these new insights coming from Adobe. Data provided by Adobe Digital Index (ADI) shows...