Google’s flagship Chrome browser is getting massive performance improvements to wrap up 2020. Matt Waddell, Chrome’s director of product, said that it is the largest performance increase in years. What
To address the cyber security issues surfacing in the COVID-19 epidemic, Google has decided to halt all Chrome releases until further notice. This will allow the team to spend more
In a recent announcement from Google, it became known that user agent strings in Chrome will be ditched in favour of client hints, a new mechanism designed to replace them.
Google stated that users should expect the web to be secure by default, thus removing the “secure” indicator from the Chrome browser. It will no longer be displayed on HTTPS
In the digital world, passwords are often the root of all cybersecurity problems. Which is why Chrome, Edge, and Firefox browsers have taken steps towards reducing the need for them.
Microsoft has decided to port Office 365 to Chromebooks.z Last month, Chromebook users discovered that it would be possible to run Microsoft Office 365 on some of their hardware. Specifically,