Arranging tabs vertically makes much better usage of the extra horizontal space we all now enjoy thanks to the prevalence of widescreen – or ultra-widescreen – monitors.
Collections helps you easily collect and organize content that you find across the web…
Microsoft Edge is better in many aspects. It is now faster, supports more extensions, and comes with new features like Picture in Picture mode. Most of the features are borrowed from the Chrome browser since both the Edge and the Chrome now run on the Chromium engine.
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A new floating control panel will allow you to play, pause, stop and skip media, without the need to drop whatever you’re working on.
Chrome update may extend your laptop’s battery life
by up to 2 hours
Brave browser does what many other browsers claim, but it does it right. If you like Google Chrome, but want more speed and privacy, Brave is a no-brainer.
A Google engineer recently revealed that a future Chrome release will use a technique from Microsoft Edge to lower RAM usage and theoretically boost performance. Chrome will switch to “Segment Heap” memory management that, in Microsoft’s experience, cut memory use by 27 percent.
Google introduced Text Fragment, which is supported on Chromium-based browsers starting with version 80. Put simply, the feature makes it possible to link to specific text on a web page rather than the web page itself, bringing users directly to the relevant part of the article.
Here at “Tech News for You”, I am caught between three web browsers: Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, and Vivaldi. All three are excellent in my opinion and I actually struggle between choosing which one is my final pick. Vivaldi just released version 3.1 and their new full page notes manager has pulled Vivaldi back in the hunt as my top pick, edging out Microsoft Edge.