The ‘Browsers’ Archives
Posted November 8, 2015 by

How to Download Chrome Themes

Chrome Themes

You spend hours every day staring at a Chrome window. Why not make it awesome? The Chrome Web Store has hundreds of themes you can use to paint your Chrome window. You can show your love of your favorite TV show or video game, or you can choose a breathtaking photograph. Do you want to […]

Category Browsers, Google

Posted November 4, 2015 by

How to Save Articles for Offline Reading in iOS

Pocket App

If you are like most users, you are inundated with web content every day. You scroll through countless videos and articles on Facebook, news sites, blogs, twitter, and more. However, you probably find that on there is too much information to get through in one sitting. One solution for quickly and easily saving content to […]

Posted November 3, 2015 by

How to Block Ads on Chrome

Adblock Plus

We are assaulted by advertisements on a daily basis. We get them in the mail, see them plastered on billboards and buses, and they clamor for our attention all over the internet. Fortunately, there is software available called Adblock Plus that will remove ads from your screen and block pop-up ads. This makes browsing the […]

Posted October 30, 2015 by

How to Open Recently Closed Tabs in Chrome


Have you ever accidentally closed out of a tab you were using? Maybe you found a great recipe or article the other day, and now you cannot find it. Fortunately, Google Chrome keeps a history of your browsing data. You can look through your history to find that elusive page you viewed. If you want […]

Category Browsers, Google, Internet

Posted August 17, 2015 by

Microsoft Edge: How to Use Reading Mode

Microsoft Edge how to use reading mode

The internet has a well deserved reputation as the ultimate time sink. One minute you are researching the cultural impact of Hellenistic Greece, and a few clicks later you, find yourself scrolling through endless pages of baby animals snuggling with sleeping babies. While this might be a fun way to pass the time, sometimes we really […]

Posted August 15, 2015 by

How to Share with Microsoft Edge

Microsoft Edge- Share Web Pages

Do you want to email an interesting article to a co-worker or post a cool infographic to your Facebook page? Using Microsoft Edge’s integrated sharing feature, you can share through a variety of mediums without leaving the page you are viewing. Many websites already have buttons to share their content on popular social media sites, but the built-in Edge sharing option […]

Posted August 14, 2015 by

How to Annotate Webpages with Microsoft Edge

Microsoft Edge Draw

Microsoft Edge is the default browser on Windows 10, and it comes with quite a few tricks up its sleeve. One that sets it apart from its competitors is the ability to write, doodle, and highlight directly on web pages.  If you are using a touch screen device, go ahead and use your finger to scribble away. If not, you […]

Posted June 15, 2015 by

How Do I Set an SD Card as the Default Media Storage on My Firefox OS Device?

Use SD Card as Storage for Media Files on Firefox OS

By default, the internal memory of your Firefox OS device is used for storing your multimedia files. All photos and videos taken on your cell phone will be automatically saved on your device’s internal ROM. This may not seem like a problem at first, but later on, you will find yourself running out of valuable […]

Posted June 10, 2015 by

How Do I Adjust and Control Screen Brightness on My Firefox OS Device?

Adjust Brightness on Firefox OS

The screen of almost all devices (Android, iOS, Firefox OS, and other touch-screen gadgets) uses up a huge chunk of the battery’s power. Generally, the larger and brighter the screen is, the more battery life it consumes. A brighter screen allows you to use the phone easily, even under high ambient lighting conditions such as […]

Category Mozilla Firefox

Posted April 12, 2015 by

Disable Hardware Acceleration in Mozilla Firefox, Chrome, and Internet Explorer

crome firefox disable hardware accleration

While browsing the web with Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox, many users have experienced latency issues and have complained about videos and web pages loading slowly. The best solution to this problem is to disable the hardware acceleration setting which is available in the three major browsers: Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Google Chrome.