HTTP 2.0 Could Be HTTPS Only

By | November 13, 2013 | 6 Comments

HTTP 2.0 Might Be HTTPS OnlyFocuses on the use of encryption on the Web.

With never ending news about spying, Internet freedom and such, Mark Nottingham, the web infrastructure developer and the chairman of W3C group, has listed a couple of proposals that relate to the HTTP 2.0 protocol.

Most importantly, if everything goes as planned, HTTP 2.0 will only be used with https:// URIs, thus enhancing the overall security. Not only that but it looks like the web browser makers are the ones pushing for more use of encryption and support the idea, which is a good sign.
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Download Google Chrome 32 Beta

By | November 12, 2013 | 3 Comments

Download Google Chrome 32 BetaDelivers what others couldn’t.

After weeks and weeks of waiting, Google has recently released the very first Beta build of Chrome 32, which brings one of the widely requested (and promised features): noisy tab indicator.

What does that mean? It means that you can finally kill the annoying tab without having to go through all of them, just look at the indicator (see screenshot below) and you are good to go.
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South Korean Authorities: We Are Behind The Times With IE Laws

By | November 11, 2013 | 7 Comments

South Korean Authorities: We Are Behind The Times With IE LawsNot just IE laws.

If you haven’t heard already, there is a law in South Korea, which requires all people to use Internet Explorer when shopping.

The good news? First of all, if you live in South Korea and can access the Internet… Congratulations to you. Now, it appears that at least some of the authorities are aware of the situation and it might change in the coming future.

Feature Request: Add “Download Chrome” Button to IE

By | November 9, 2013 | 10 Comments

Feature Request: Add Now here’s something funny to kickstart your weekend. Recently, someone submitted a bug report / suggestion to the Internet Explorer team and it sounds like this:

For the upcoming release I would like to see a big button in the middle of the screen labelled “Download Chrome” which takes the user to the Google Chrome download home page and allow them to download Chrome and automatically uninstall IE in a practical and efficient manner.

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Download Internet Explorer 11 Final For Windows 7

By | November 7, 2013 | 6 Comments

Download Internet Explorer 11 Final For Windows 7Here we go.

If you are using Windows 7 and the recent IE anime video got you interested in Microsoft’s web browser again, then today is your lucky day as the software giant has just announced the availability of Internet Explorer 11 Final for your OS.

Just like with Windows 8.1 version, you can expect better web standards support, improved performance, battery life and much more. The only thing you won’t get is data sync so if that’s important to you, sorry to disappoint.
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New Internet Explorer Video Gets Anime Treatment

By | November 7, 2013 | 1 Comment

New Internet Explorer Video Gets Anime Treatment
“My name is Inori Aizawa and I’m an anime personification for Internet Explorer.”

Now here’s something new and different. Instead of pushing same kind of promotional videos again and again, Microsoft Singapore has decided to create something for all the people out there that love anime:
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October, 2013 Desktop Market Share: Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari – Up; Google Chrome, Opera – Down

By | November 6, 2013 | 0 Comments


If you thought that Internet Explorer will lose its crown anytime soon then think again as for quite some time now, it keeps doing the opposite. Up from 57.80% to 58.22% (0.42 point increase).
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Google Fixes Chrome’s Saved Passwords Mess

By | November 5, 2013 | 7 Comments

Google Fixes Chrome’s Saved Passwords MessNot so long time ago, we learned that anyone could access your Chrome passwords by simply typing “chrome://settings/passwords” in the URL bar.

After announcing that was done “by design”, the search giant has since listened to the community and actually did something to fix the issue. According to Google’s François Beaufort, the latest Chromium build for Mac has a new experimental flag (chrome://flags/#enable-password-manager-reauthentication), which, when enabled, will prevent people from gaining access to your passwords as they will be promoted to reauthenticate with the User Mac OS password.

October, 2013 Mobile Market Share: Safari, Android Browser, Google Chrome – Up; Opera Mini – Down

By | November 4, 2013 | 1 Comment


Another month, another report.

Kicking things off with Apple’s Safari, which tries to recover some of its lost market share, up from 54.19% to 55.88% (1.69 point increase).
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Chrome Canary Now Blocks Malware Downloads By Default

By | November 1, 2013 | 0 Comments

Chrome Canary Now Blocks Malware Downloads By DefaultCan’t have too much security.

If you’ve been recommending Google Chrome to your non tech-savvy friends then you’ll be happy to know that the latest Canary build will make things even better.

Starting with the bleeding edge, Chrome will now block suspicious downloads by default, which will not only protect consumers but also save your time when they ask you to fix their computer.
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