We are not sure how many more videos with the same message Microsoft can make but here’s the most recent one, in which the software giant asks you to rethink its relations with Internet Explorer and forget about all the horrible things it did in the past.
One thing Microsoft has shown again and again however is the fact that once they get ahead, they still stop innovating and start abusing you (horrible IE, ridiculous Xbox Live Gold prices for an ability to watch Netflix, etc). So let’s just say that we don’t want to rethink our relations.
Some good old IE6 bashing.
Releasing two versions at once, Mozilla has recently revealed the final bits of Firefox 24 for both PC and Android.
Looking at the changelog, Firefox 24 appears to be mostly focused towards the mobile users, at least in terms of added functionality. When it comes to Android branch, you can expect WebRTC support, tab sharing between users using NFC and a Night mode in Reader.
Removes tab syncing options.
If you’ve been dreaming about a slightly dumbed down version of Internet Explorer 11 then Windows 7 compatible build might just be it.
In case you are using a touch based web browser, then we have some good and bad news for you. The good news: Internet Explorer 11 is coming with Windows 8.1 (which is free). The bad news? It looks like Mozilla has postponed the launch of Firefox for Metro UI until late January, 2014.
However, there are more good news at the end of the tunnel. Even though the final Windows 8 version is not coming anytime soon, Firefox 26 will include a “Preview Release”, which should work just fine.
After numerous Chrome updates for Android, here comes one for your iPhone and iPad. Thankfully, it isn’t just some minor update and actually includes some useful features.
When you searching for something, click on one of the links and hit back, the results page will now appear instantly. In addition to that, you can now ask follow up questions using voice search, for example: if you ask Google “Who is the president of the United States?” you can say “Who is his wife?” next and it will know what you meant.
According to IEBlog, Windows 8.1 Apps as well as IE11 will use GPU power to process data, resulting in up to 45% faster image load and 40% lower memory consumption. And yes, when it comes to rendering, we are talking milliseconds here.
In addition to HP’s and Acer’s Chromebooks, Intel has also announced models from ASUS and Toshiba.
While specs or pricing are yet to be revealed, it was revealed that ASUS is working on a lightweight PC for those that want some screen flexibility.
Brace yourselves for a new wave of Chromebooks.
Thanks to a fresh line up of Intel Haswelll processors, OEMs have announced a bunch of new Windows and Chrome OS laptops.