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The term "browser wars" refers to the competition for dominance in the web browser marketplace. The term is used to denote two specific periods of time: the competition between market-dominating Netscape Navigator and its eventual defeat by Microsoft Internet Explorer during the late 1990s, and the competition from 2003 onwards between the dominating Internet Explorer and several other emerging browsers including Mozilla Firefox, Safari, Opera and, since mid-2008, Google Chrome.
Google: Chrome safer than Acrobat for PDFs
ComputerWeekly.com (blog) / 11/17/13
Google's François Beaufort has confirmed that starting with the Chrome Canary release for developers, users who have downloaded a PDF while in Chrome will find that the browser itself opens the file, rather than the native application. chromium-logo.png
Facebook Login for Windows Phone and Windows 8.1 unveiled by Microsoft
PC-Tablet / 11/17/13
... 8.1 unveiled by Microsoft. Facebook Login support for Windows Phone 8 and Windows 8.1 RT devices will help Microsoft to regain the sales smartphones and tablets powered by its latest operating systems. ... The unavailability of premium application and third party tools has been indicted as the biggest lacunae in both the operating system. It is very clever thinking on the part of Microsoft to enable formalized support for Facebook Login which will again contribute to boosting the sales of the two OS. The move was ...
Chrome could eventually let you test apps before installing them
Liliputing / 11/16/13
Google's Chrome web browser and Chrome operating system are designed to run web apps, so while you can “install” apps to add shortcuts, download data for offline use and gain other advanced functionality, there's little stopping you from trying before ...
Improve Firefox's Save Page functionality with Shelve
Ghacks Technology News / 11/16/13
When you want to save a web page in the Firefox web browser, you simply hit the Ctrl-S shortcut while it is active to do so. This opens a new file browser window that lets you select the destination directory and file name for the page that you want to save ...
My Tech Gurus Prepares for Microsoft Dropping Windows XP Support in 2014
Virtual-Strategy Magazine (press release) / 11/16/13
That would mean that Microsoft would have to migrate 500,000+ computers each day to Windows 7/8, charging $200 or more for the upgrade! Most Windows XP users will not be willing to pay the $200 or let go of their Windows XP operating system, creating ...
Why Can't Microsoft's Windows Store Lure Developers?
NewsFactor Network / 11/16/13
Windows 8 hasn't been Microsoft's most stellar operating system release. Although it doesn't compare to the Vista debacle, the new tiles-oriented platform doesn't exactly thrill many consumers -- or enterprises. Apparently, developers aren't lining up in droves ...
Prepare yourself: Australis landing on Firefox Nightly on Monday
Ghacks Technology News / 11/15/13
When it is released in Firefox Stable, which will happen when Firefox 29 comes along as it appears right now, it has been deployed to all versions of the browser that Mozilla maintains with the exception of the ESR versions which will receive Australis at a ...
How to reload in Firefox now that View Reload (Alt-vr) is gone
Ghacks Technology News / 11/14/13
It may not make sense for Mozilla, considering that the company did everything to move the menubar out of sight, but fact is, the recent removal of the reload option under view has affected some users of the browser. If you have reloaded a web page using the ...
Windows Phone Boss Adds IE Browser to Duties
The VAR Guy / 11/14/13
Microsoft (MSFT) Windows Phone boss Joe Belfiore has added handling the company's Internet Explorer (IE) unit to his existing duties, replacing longtime browser honcho Dean Hachamovitch, who'll be heading a new, undisclosed team. CNET picked up the ...
Microsoft Fixes Internet Explorer Zero-Day Flaw
TechWeekEurope UK / 11/13/13
The MS12-088 advisory patches 10 separate IE vulnerabilities, spanning IE 6 all the way to the latest IE 11 browser releases. The impact of having the IE zero-day in a separate bulletin isn't huge, Tyler Reguly, technical manager of security research and ...
IE Chief Dean Hachamovitch Reassigned
Redmondmag.com (blog) / 11/13/13
Dean Hachamovitch, the Microsoft corporate vice president who oversaw the development of the company's Internet Explorer browser for nine years, is taking on a new role in the company. In a cryptic and brief blog post, Hachamovitch on Monday announced ...