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,...

Microsoft has officially kicked off the next major feature update for its operating system. And that it did by releasing the first Windows 10 Redstone 6 build, which is now available for download. Also known by its codename, 19H1, of course. Redmond was laying the groundwork for this launch these past few days,...

Tons of new goodies. Microsoft has released Windows 10 build 17713 to the Fast ring of its preview program, with this version packing in new features in abundance. Like most recent Redstone 5 builds have. Redmond detailed these new additions, and along with some welcome updates to the Microsoft Edge web browser,...

Ah, the weekly ritual. Almost weekly, to be accurate. Microsoft has unleashed Windows 10 build 17711 to the Fast ring of its preview program, and this new version packs in a few new niceties. Particularly related to the Microsoft Edge. You can gather up the details here, but basically, just like the last build,...

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...

Whew, so many new features! After skipping a preview release last week due to a major bug, Microsoft has struck back with Windows 10 build 17704, part of the Redstone 5 branch. And this build comes with an array of improvements, many of them for Edge, along with a fresh new Skype app. Sadly, Microsoft has also...

Microsoft has released Windows 10 build 17692, a new preview version for the upcoming Redstone 5 refresh of its operating system. And it brings along a ton of new features. Perhaps the most, as far as notable additions to the OS are concerned. As the company notes, there is quite a bit to look at in this version...

Microsoft Edge has its work cut out in getting closer to rivals like Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox, and one reason for that is because Redmond rolls out updates at a very slow pace for it. The Windows 10 exclusive web browser is basically only refreshed twice a year, as it is baked into the operating system...

Microsoft has released a new Redstone 5 preview, in the form of Windows 10 build 17677, after previously stating that no build release would happen this week due to a rollback issue. As it turned out, it was a deployment issue that the company easily fixed on the server side, so here we are with a new release for...

Looks like Windows 10 browsers are about to pick up a new feature. Microsoft has confirmed that it has started testing SameSite cookies on the most recent preview builds released for the OS. An early implementation, so to say. The SameSite cookies standard adds a new security layer to Windows 10, helping protect...