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steven36 posted a topic in Software NewsBy Kate O'Flaherty Microsoft Edge has been busy launching a barrage of new features over the last few months as it looks to beat Chrome in the browser wars. This momentum doesn’t seem to be slowing, because Edge has just launched a set of stellar new features that could be especially attractive to business users as the work from home trend continues. First up is an update to the PDF experience, with the ability to add notes to your PDFs, which is due to launch next month. This also includes a functionality that allows users to navigate through large
The AchieVer posted a topic in Software NewsMicrosoft vs. Google: Why this browser war isn't about privacy At Microsoft's just-concluded Build developers conference, questions about privacy and trust took center stage. Yet despite multiple opportunities, the company took almost no jabs at its arch-rival Google. Why is Microsoft so hesitant to use privacy as a competitive weapon? Privacy is dead In a week when Microsoft and Google hold dueling developer conferences, it is tempting to look at every announcement and every product decision as a left jab or a right cross
Karlston posted a topic in Software NewsGoogle strikes back: browser wars heat up as Chrome ads target Microsoft Edge users Anything Edge can do, Chrome can do better… (Image credit: Shutterstock) In a galaxy very, very close to home – this exact one, in fact – Microsoft and Google are taking serious aim at each other’s respective user bases in the browser wars, with the latter introducing yet more adverts to try to persuade Edge fans to join the Chrome side (although Microsoft is equally guilty of being engaged in very similar tactics). Google’s latest effort
With Yandex browser Your laptop will work longer The battery is always discharged inappropriately. Only enjoy the movie or find an interesting article — have to look for an outlet or turn off the notebook. Now it will happen less frequently if You use Yandex browser which has received a power-saving mode. We tested energy saving and compared it with normal mode Yandex browser, and other browsers (Edge, Chrome, Opera and Firefox). For this purpose we used a Dell Latitude 6330 with the operating system Windows 10. A special program simulated the operation of the Internet: open and sc