Need Chrome bookmarks elsewhere? Here’s how

Need Chrome bookmarks elsewhere? Here’s how

You might be among the growing core of users who primarily surf the web with Google’s Chrome browser, but that doesn’t mean you don’t occasionally have cause to use one of its competitors. Whether that’s Firefox, Safari or Internet Explorer, and whether you do so out of necessity (because your device doesn’t have Chrome installed) or simply because you prefer the browsing experience, you still want to have access to your usual Chrome bookmarks.

Why you should try Microsoft’s new browser

Why you should try Microsoft’s new browser

If you’re like most people, you probably have a preferred browser you use when surfing the web. You may even consider yourself set in your ways, and think there’s no chance you’d ever consider testing another browser. Well, Microsoft’s new wonder child, aptly called Edge, may have you thinking twice.

Opera bookmarks now sync across platforms

Opera bookmarks now sync across platforms

When was the last time you opened a web site, got everything you needed from it and then closed it? It’s something we do less and less – instead, more of us are accustomed to keeping a page open for reference for some time, perhaps even leaving it open when we put our computer to sleep, and often bookmarking it to go back to later.

Vivaldi Web Browser – A Tool for Tech Savvy Users

Vivaldi Web Browser – A Tool for Tech Savvy Users

Internet browsing is a piece of cake, thanks to the many browsers available for every level of user. Basic users generally surf the Internet to chat with friends or to look up information for personal reasons. Advanced users, on the other hand, might prefer a technical tool to make browsing even more convenient.

Apple Safari Users Tracked By Google

Google and Apple, two of the biggest — if not the biggest — technological companies in the world have products used by millions of people on a daily basis. But what happens when one of them is caught bypassing the security of the other? This happened recently, when Google was caught circumventing the security settings of Safari, the main browser used by Apple’s products.

Show Activity Feeds or Updates from Your Favorite Social Network in Windows Live Messenger

Did you know you can have the activity feeds/social stream or live updates from your favorite social network such as Facebook or LinkedIn appear in the latest version of Windows Live Messenger? Simply sign in to your Live Messenger account, select Add/Manager Services at the bottom right area of the application, and then choose a service you wish to integrate to (i.e., Facebook, MySpace, LinkedIn).

The application will ask you to sign in to the chosen service and give permission to integrate.