Web Browsers

  • By Mark Rosch Anyone using public wi-fi hotspots to connect to the Internet should be concerned about the security and privacy of the information they are sending back and forth over those connections. There are many security options you can employ to better-insure that privacy and security - like using services that encrypt your data in transit or Virtual Private Networks (VPNs). For many...


  • Microsoft will be replacing it's once market-leading Web browser Internet Explorer. Starting with the release of Windows 10, a new browser, currently code-named "Project Spartan" will be the default browser. According to the announcement on Microsoft's IEBlog, "Spartan is a single browser designed to work great across the entire Windows 10 device family - from keyboard and mouse on the Windows...


  • Library Extension is a free add-on to the Google Chrome Web browser that informs you if a book you have searched for at Amazon.com is available from your public library. Once installed, you must select your library (if available) from the list of supported libraries. (Be sure to click the green "plus sign" button to add your selection to your list.) You can add more than one library...


  • Software company Hidden Reflex has released its Epic Privacy Browser designed to protect users’ privacy when surfing the Internet.          By offering “comprehensive…private browsing” as its default, the Epic Privacy Browser eliminates or blocks many of the convenience features now common in Web browsers that store information about...


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