Honey for Chrome, Firefox, Edge, and Opera helps to automatically find and apply coupon codes while online shopping for over 30,000 sites.
The browser extension ‘URL Render‘ permits you to navigate websites without leaving the search results pages. When you over a link on the search result page it open the website on the free space and allow you to preview – navigate on it. The browser extension is meant to increase your efficiency and speed, allowing you to find the information you need more rapidly.
Source: URL Render
Microsoft makes you really angry? No, you’re not being silly…
There’s actually a lot to like about the new Edge browser since Microsoft decided to switch to using the Chromium rendering engine, the same engine used by Google Chrome. However, users enjoy having a choice, and while they can choose not to use Edge, it will forever remain installed on Windows 10.
The new vertical tabs feature offers a bunch of benefits. First off, the functionality is ideal for 16:9 laptops and monitors, and it has been designed to perfectly aligns with this new standard. The feature allows users to stack tabs at the side of the browser and makes it easier to see valuable information at the top when browsing.
“Notes for Google Drive” is a “must have” Chromium-based (Chrome, Edge, Vivaldi, Brave, etc…) browser extension that allows you to quickly (and easily) create notes that automatically are saved to your Google Drive account.
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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Microsoft Edge is an excellent browser, but forcing it upon people in a Windows update is not the way to go…
“Immersive Reading View” allows you to remove the distractions (ads, video clips, menus, etc…) on a web page so that you can focus on the article you desire to focus upon. This also comes in handy when you want to print or save just the article. Once you bring up an article (or web page) in the immersive reading view you have options to increase the font and even have the page read back to you. This is a very nice feature that is already built into the NEW Microsoft Edge web browser.
To use the “Immersive Reading Mode”, follow the below steps:
- After opening Microsoft Edge, go to the website that you desire to read (such as “What’s On My PC“).
- Look for the “Immersive Reader Icon”, located at the right side of the address bar and click on it.
- The web page you desire to read will now be stripped down in the immersive reader view.
- You can turn “off” the immersive reader view by clicking on the same icon again.
Note: If visiting a page and you do not see the “Immersive Reader Icon”, then the web page does not support this feature.
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