When Microsoft Edge was introduced in Windows 10, it boasted to be the fastest browser. Chrome and Firefox took a beating in response and download times. But after the April and October updates, it is found that, this browser takes high CPU usage than normal. In another forum, this bad reputation is attributed to lack
With PC market dwindling and Microsoft following the trend of tablet devices, Metro is here to stay. Browsers are part of Internet activity and need to cope-up with performance, speed and memory when compared with the developments in Hardware. Its almost 6 months since the release of final version of Windows 8 and we also
Firefox developers have made a built-in pdf viewer for Firefox 15. Several features are associated with it. No add-on like Adobe Acrobat is required.
Chrome and Firefox have excellent password management tools self-built into their browser system, that you can easily access the saved passwords of websites with just a few clicks. You can easily view the stored passwords in Chrome by following this tutorial in Windows 7. But in IE9, you don’t have this feature built-in, which makes
Google Chrome provides an automatic way to store and recover your Facebook, Gmail and other website passwords. Till recently, it was very easy to see the exact passwords by looking into the options. But now from Google Chrome 19.0.1084.9 m ( as I know), it made it difficult to view the passwords stored in it’s