1. How to Stop Your Internet Browser Asking to Save Passwords.


    Having your Internet browser save passwords for you is a very popular way to make life on the Internet easier. Unfortunately, with hackers getting smarter and smarter, saving your passwords within your browser may not be the safest option anymore. If you have already stopped doing so and are opting to remember them instead or are using a secure password management tool like Lastpass, this guide will show you how to stop your browser begging to save your passwords.

  2. How to Remove Auto URL Suggestions on Chrome, Internet Explorer and Firefox.


    A short guide showing you how to remove automatic URL suggestions from Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Microsoft Internet Explorer. This may save you a little future embarrassment.

  3. Reset your browser to its default setting


    Resetting your browser to its default settings can help you get rid of unnecessary things, such as toolbars, difficult to remove search engines, or annoying extensions. Or you may want to delete all your personal data , browsing histories and logged sessions. How to deal with it? A reset of the web browser settings may be required in case these problems occur.

  4. Internet Explorer 10 For Windows 7 Shipping Soon


    So far available only for Windows 8 machines, Internet Explorer 10 is about to be released in a version compatible with Windows 7 computers.

  5. Windows 8 update brings back browser ballot screen


    After a couple of complaints in the European Union, way back in February 2010, it was decided that Microsoft must display a browser ballot screen to those living in Europe so that they can choose which browser they would like to use to try and stop ...

  6. IE6 Usage Drops Around the World, Goes Below 1% in the US


    Internet Explorer 6 (IE6) continues to lose significant market share all around the world, a reason to rejoice for Microsoft, which is eager to see it gone for good. The web browser is old and unreliable and Microsoft has long been promoting ...

  7. Internet Explorer 9 (IE9) Beta 13 Million Downloads and Counting


    At over two months since release, the Beta development milestone of Internet Explorer 9 has amassed an impressive number of downloads, no less than 13 million, and counting. By my calculations IE9 is responsible for the largest Beta testing ...

  8. UK Government Prefers Firewalls Over Internet Explorer Upgrade


    The UK government announced that it will stick with using Internet Explorer 6 on its networks for now. It doesn't see any security benefit in upgrading to a more modern browser and plans to repel any attacks with firewalls and anti-malware ...

  9. Internet Explorer 9 (IE9) Beta Drops in September 2010


    It looks like Microsoft is done with Platform Preview releases of the next major iteration of Internet Explorer. There’s now approximately a month until the first Beta development milestone of Internet Explorer 9 will be made available for ...

  10. Microsoft Confirms IE8 Beta 2 for the Third Quarter of 2008


    Internet Explorer 8 is nearing its next public development milestone at fast pace. Following the general availability of IE8 Beta 1 starting on March 5, 2008, the first day of MIX 2008, Dean Hachamovitch, IE General Manager, indicated the summer of ...

  11. Internet Explorer 8 Incompatible with Yahoo Mail And Gmail


    Microsoft recently released a beta version of Internet Explorer 8 and, since we're talking about one of the most popular browsers on the web, lots of people downloaded, installed and tested it. However, some of them may encounter unexpected ...