Category: Google Chrome
ZDNet Australia has compared the following web browsers in SunSpider (yet again) and Google V8 2 benchmarks:
Internet Explorer 8 Release Candidate 1 (RC1)
Firefox 3.1b1 (although b2 was released some time ago)
Opera 10.00 Alpha
Results are actually quite interesting, when you compare IE 8 RC1 with Opera 10 Alpha. Continue Reading
Infoworld inspected all the major web browsers and got some really interesting points to say about each of them.
Here are conclusions for each of the web browsers (also, links to full articles):
How Secure is Internet Explorer?
IE has no peer in enterprise deployment features. Using the Internet Explorer 8 Deployment Guide, administrators can deploy and configure more than 1,300 IE-related settings via Active Directory Group Policy or the Internet Explorer Administration Kit. It is the only browser in the review to support Kerberos authentication over the Web. Continue Reading
Stephen Shankland has spotted new Google Chrome ads on YouTube and Facebook.
Instead of displaying Chrome ads just on the right side of page, Google has decided to promote it during video playback as well.
On Facebook, Google Chrome appears on Boggle-like Scramble game. Continue Reading
- EU could force Microsoft to bundle Firefox with Windows
- Microsoft faces new EC charges; IBM could be next
- EU To Microsoft: For the Last Time, Stop Bundling IE With Windows
- What’s new in Internet Explorer 8
- How secure is Google Chrome?
- Internet Users Change From Popular Web Browsers To Google Chrome!
- Firefox Web Browser Advisory Urges Mozilla Upgrade
- Mozilla Updates Firefox Tool Ubiquity
- Can Mozilla Prove Firefox Is the Most Secure Browser?
- RamISP Grabs RSS Feeds for Google Chrome Users
- Will Google Chrome Win the Browser War in 2009?
- Internet Explorer 8 Beta 2: Shaky Debut, Undocumented Issues
- Add-on speeds Windows Mobile browsing
- New browser can make big difference
If you are using Safari, Opera or any other web browser which doesn’t support official StumbeUpon toolbar, don’t worry yet. There are few tools with less, same and even more functionalities that are officially supported in the toolbar.
Here are some tips on how to get use the toolbar. They will work independently of the OS:
TechCrunch published an interesting article on the recent “Browsers are Hot Again!” panel. Representatives from Microsoft, Google, Mozilla and Opera were invited.
Here is an excerpt from the article on their vision:
P.S. Internet Explorer 8 RC is going to be released within few weeks.
Google Chrome Continue Reading
I was playing with the public beta of Windows 7 for a while now and decided to show you a few neat features of it while browsing with Internet Explorer and just show the overall experience.
Google has unveiled Chrome 2.0 in the developer channel (like Mozilla Minefields) on Thursday; some of the new features are:
• Support for gradients, reflections and masks
• Faster rendering enhancements
• New user interface features
• Augmented extensibility like user scripting
• Edge Docking
• Full page zoom
• Form autocompletion
• Support for importing (but not synchronizing) Google Bookmarks
• Middle-click drag scrolling
The complete review at arstechnica.com