It's no secret that Google's Chrome browser has always been a resource hog on macOS, but that could be changing as the newly launched Chrome 89 brings under-the-hood optimization resulting in reduced memory/CPU usage, increased battery life and a better experience overall.
After announcing vertical tabs nearly a year ago, Microsoft's Chromium-based Edge browser now lets you stack tabs at the lefthand side instead of having the long list of tabs at the top.
Apple's Safari browser is getting official support for the efficient albeit niche WebM video codec on the Mac via an upcoming update to the macOS operating system.
Safari in iOS and iPadOS 14.5 further limits the risk of information leak by proxying safe-browsing services via Apple servers to prevents user data from being returned to Google.
The current beta of iOS 14.5 has made iOS 14's Picture in Picture (PiP) mode work with YouTube videos in Safari and other browsers, although it probably won't last for long.
The upcoming macOS 11.3 software update brings new customization options to Safari, including third-party extensions for the browser's New Tab and New Window pages.
Apple has released a new Windows app for accessing saved web and app passwords in Safari through Google's Chrome browser. Now folks who use macOS and Windows interchangeably can finally use their passwords to log in to websites.
If you're like me, you keep a few dozen or so tabs open in Safari on any given day. But wouldn't it be great if you could have double-decker browser tabs? With the Vivaldi browser, you can...
Microsoft today announced that customers can download the first beta version of its Edge web browser that now features native Apple silicon support on computers powered by Apple's M1 chip, including the recently updated Mac mini, MacBook Air and 13-inch MacBook Pro.
Graphics giant Nvidia today launched Safari integration in its GeForce NOW game-streaming service, allowing iPhone and iPad customers to play titles like upcoming Fortnite and other resource-intensive PC games on the iOS platform without requiring an entire game install.
Following a snag with yesterday's debut of a new Chrome version that's optimized for M1-powered Macs, Google has now resumed rolling out Chrome for Apple Silicon Macs.
To many people, a browser’s homepage is one of those tiny things you rarely give any attention. But to others, it’s how they start their day or their browsing experience. Whether you use it to catch up on the news, check on your own blog, or start a Google search, you can make your homepage anything you want in Firefox and Chrome.
We’ve already explained how to change your Safari Homepage on Mac and iOS. So here, we’ll help you change your homepage in Firefox and Chrome on Mac. Firefox users can also change their homepage on iPhone, and iPad. (Sorry Chrome fans, you can’t currently change your homepage on iOS.)