Browsers

What is WebAssembly? And can you really compile C/C++ to it? And it'll run in browsers? Allow us to explain in this gentle introduction

https://www.theregister.co.uk/2020/01/27/webassembly_intro/

3 weeks ago

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BrowserDownloadsView: manage downloads in all desktop browsers

https://www.ghacks.net/2020/01/07/browserdownloadsview-manage-downloads-in-all-desktop-browsers/

a month ago

BrowserDownloadsView is a new portable software program by Nirsoft (one of our favorite developers). The program, like many programs by Nirsoft, provides a list view of data; in this case, it retrieves […]

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Google removes options to always show www in the Chrome browser's address bar

https://www.ghacks.net/2019/12/13/google-removes-options-to-always-show-www-in-the-chrome-browsers-address-bar/

2 months ago

Google Chrome users who visit the sites www.example.com and example.com will only see example.com listed in the browser's address bar going forward. Google implemented a change in Chrome 76 earlier this year […]

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Private Browsers Aren't All Equally Private

https://computer.howstuffworks.com/private-browser.htm

5 months ago

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Private Browsers Aren't All Equally Private

https://computer.howstuffworks.com/private-browser.htm

5 months ago

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What do you associate with certain web browsers?

https://www.ghacks.net/2019/08/24/what-do-you-associate-with-certain-web-browsers/

6 months ago

You have lots of choice when it comes to selecting one or two web browsers for computer and mobile use. On desktop, you may select the browser that is included with the […]

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How Microsoft lost its monopoly in web browsers

https://www.zdnet.com/pictures/how-microsoft-lost-its-monopoly-in-web-browsers/

6 months ago

At the dawn of the Internet age, Microsoft used every trick it knew to dominate the World Wide Web. That strategy worked for a few years, but aggressive antitrust enforcement and equally aggressive competitors crushed the company's onetime dominance. Here's a quarter-century of history that explains just what happened.

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