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Ditching Chrome for Opera can increase your laptop battery life by 50%

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Chrome didn't take very long to become one of the most popular desktop web browsers in the world, and it stole users away from Internet Explorer and Firefox by addressing common pain points users had with these two top browsers. Now, Opera is making waves by stealing a page from Google's playbook. The company recently announced the addition of free and unlimited VPN to the developer preview version of its desktop web browser, and now Opera is back with a new announcement. The latest build of its pre-release browser includes a new power saving mode that can increase a laptop's battery life by 50% or even more.

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Zach Epstein

May 12th

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Google Chrome experimenting w/ native Mac OS X push notifications, here’s how to enable it

Google is experimenting with bringing native Chrome notifications to Mac users via integration with Apple’s built-in Notification Center in OS X. For now the feature is hidden as Google continues development, but there’s a way you can already enable it…

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Jordan Kahn

April 6th

Apple

Mac

Chrome is on the verge of knocking Internet Explorer out of the top spot

Google Chrome vs Internet Explorer
One of the greatest unsolved mysteries of our time is the enduring popularity of Internet Explorer. Not only is it one of the least functional browsers available, but it was made obsolete when Microsoft launched Edge alongside Windows 10 last year. Nevertheless, it remains the most popular browser in the world... but that may not be the case for much longer.

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Jacob Siegal

April 2nd

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Google’s Scrapping Chrome’s App Launcher on Windows, Mac and Linux

Like opening Chrome apps using Google’s dedicated launcher? Tough: As of July, it will be entirely scrapped on Windows, Mac and Linux.

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Jamie Condliffe

March 23rd

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All the Cool Beta Software You Can Use for Free

Beta software lets you test out the newest features while app developers work out the final bugs in the software. Now, more app developers are offering beta programs than ever before. All you need to do is sign up to be part of the beta program. Plus, switching back to the stable version is usually easy. (Please note: beta programs can cause problems in your devices, so please proceed with caution). Here are 11 beta programs you can join today—and one you can’t.

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March 22nd

Apple

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Chrome’s big Material Design makeover is on the way, and this is what it looks like

Chrome Material Design Update

Earlier this year, the first signs of a major visual overhaul for Chrome began appearing online. It looked like Google might finally be bringing Material Design to its web browser, but there was no indication of when the update might actually be available for the average Chrome user on Windows or Mac.

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Jacob Siegal

March 15th

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Is your browser’s private mode actually private?

Private Incognito Mode Privacy Tracking

Modern Internet browsers have private or incognito modes that let you surf the web without leaving any traces. That is, you’re not leaving any traces for anyone using the same computer once you’ve done with your session. Your searches and viewing history will not be recorded for others to see, which can be useful both at home and at work.

But that doesn’t stop third parties from tracking your activity. In fact, private browsing functionality is probably the most misunderstood feature of web browsing.

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Chris Smith

March 11th

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Google’s latest Chrome update patches some major security vulnerabilities

Google Chrome Update Security Fixes

This week, Google released the latest stable update for its Chrome browser addressing three high priority security vulnerabilities. Version 49.0.2623.87 of Chrome is available now for Windows, Mac and Linux computers, and although Google isn't willing to discuss the fixes in detail, a recent blog post explains the basics of the bugs.

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Jacob Siegal

March 11th

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Chrome 49 comes to iOS as Google Drive updated w/ folder color support, more

In addition to releasing the first developer preview of Android N earlier today, Google this evening has rolled out updates to a pair of its iOS apps. Both Google Drive and Chrome for iOS have been updated with a few new features.

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Chance Miller

March 10th

Apple

Mac

How to Swap Facebook’s New Reaction Emojis With the Emoji of Your Choice

Why “like” something with a thumbs-up or smiley face, when you can say it with Donald Trump’s spray-tanned mug or a startled Pikachu?

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Bryan Lufkin

March 4th

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