In Windows 10, the default web browser is Microsoft Edge , the latest browser developed by Microsoft. However, even if Edge brings many new features and improvements when compared to Microsoft's previous browser - Internet Explorer - you still may want to change your default browser to another one, which you're already accustomed to. Whether you like Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Opera, Internet Explorer, Edge or any other web browser out there, setting any of them as default in Windows 10 is rather easy and, depending on the method you choose, it's also more or less a fast process.
Do you need to use your web browser to visit websites that rely on the old Java technology? Did you install Java on your computer but your browser still says that Java is not present on your system? Why isn’t Java working as it should? And how do you make it work in your favorite web browser? These are the questions that we are going to answer in this guide. We will show you how to enable Java in all the major web browsers, so if you want to find out why your Google Chrome doesn’t run Java by default, read on.
Third-party cookies are pieces of data that are saved in your web browser by the websites you visit. However, their origins are on other domains. Most of the time, third-party cookies are used by ad services for the purpose of offering you targeted ads that are based on your browsing history and on your web searches. However, these cookies can raise privacy concerns as they can also be used to store your browsing history across websites that use the same ad services. This is the reason why, in this article, we will show you how to disable third-party cookies in all the major web browsers for Windows: Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Opera.
If you are a mobile user with a Windows 10 laptop, tablet or 2in1 device, you may want to know which web browser to use so that you get the maximum battery time possible. To learn which web browser uses the least battery power, we have compared all the major browsers on three separate Windows 10 devices, both old and new. Here’s what we have learned:
One of the great features of Internet Explorer is its ability to save battery time while browsing the Internet. All you have to do is adjust a setting from your active power plan in order to make this web browser use less power. In this article we will show you how this is done and we'll also share with you a rough estimate about the performance impact it has on your browsing experience.
When it comes to browsing the web, the Windows Store selection is not very rich. In the already small list of available browser apps you should remove the ones which are unreliable and bloatware apps. Also, a good browser is not necessarily free, but you should be able to enjoy a decent browsing experience at the lowest cost. This is why you bought a Windows Phone after all, isn't it? According to these requirements, most of the browsers are already crossed off the list. In this article, we created a list containing the best web browsers for Windows Phone.
A very useful tool that any web browser offers is Private browsing. Even though each browser calls it by a different name (InPrivate, Private Browsing, Incognito or Private Tab), this feature always does the same thing: allows users to browse the web without saving data like cache, history or cookies. However, this is done locally, meaning that only people using your computer won't be able to find out what websites you have visited. The websites you visited, your ISP (Internet Service Provider) and, in fact, every server your requests pass through, know what you visited. In this article we will show how to enable Private browsing in all the major web browsers and how to check if you are browsing privately or not.
After we showed you how to install and also how to remove Internet Explorer 11 add-ons, we thought it would be useful to share some of the best add-ons you can find for Microsoft's browser. Therefore, we searched for a couple of days and tested lots of add-ons: from old and broken add-ons to very useful ones. Now that this exercise is finished, this is our list of "Top Add-ons for Internet Explorer 11":
Have you installed add-ons for Internet Explorer 11 which you no longer need? Or do you simply need to use them on rare occasions? If the answer is yes to either of these questions, then read this tutorial. You will learn how to remove unwanted add-ons or just disable them, so that you'll be able to re-enable them later.
In one of our recent articles we demystified the Internet Explorer add-ons and what they do, and now is time to show you where you can download them and how to install such add-ons on your computer. Let's begin: