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YouTube Videos Playing Automatically? Sit Tight

All the livelong day, YouTube videos have been autoplaying in my web browser (I’m using Google Chrome). I just opened 19 tabs at once, and my computer basically threatened to walk off the job. 43 more words

Google announced today on its Online Security Blog that it’s expanding the Safe Browsing service that helps fight against malicious websites and warns users of potentially dangerous software when downloading files through browsers like Chrome. 138 more words


Apple's iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite: Safari catching up with Chrome

“Apple has introduced a range of improvements within Safari on both OS X and iOS that mean the multi-platform browser is catching up with Chrome for performance,” Jonny Evans reports for Computerworld. 164 more words


How to Use Internet Explorer Accelerators

In this tutorial, you will learn what are accelerators and how to use them.

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Microsoft brings Internet Explorer's security into the 21st century

Internet Explorer (IE) will finally catch up with rival browsers next week when it begins blocking out-of-date ActiveX controls.

In a move described by Microsoft as being specifically about ActiveX, the… 653 more words


How to Allow Popups in All Four Web Browsers

All of us visit websites all the time that require we allow pop-ups. Many computers at ACC have pop-up blockers on them. This website explains how to set your browser to allow pop-ups if you use Firefox, Internet Explorer, Chrome, or Safari. 16 more words

Panopticlick reveals the cookie you can't delete

Cookies are an essential part of the way the web works and occupy a pivotal position in the online privacy arms race. Organisations who want to track and profile people give them cookies and users who don’t want to be tracked disable or delete them. 829 more words