Blog: Web Development

How to use Microsoft Edge, Windows 10’s new browser

Microsoft’s Edge aspires to be your browser for the modern Web, the board on which you surf the Internet within Windows 10. It’s certainly functional. But how do you use it effectively? We can show you. Check this article from Like Windows 10, Edge aims to make life simple. The interface is basic, urging […]

Is Windows 10 Build 10240 the Most Unfinished RTM Version Ever?

Microsoft just released Windows 10 Build 10240, which is rumored to be the RTM (release to manufacturer) version. What’s the proof for that, what is in the alleged RTM version, and is it ready for its public release? We have investigated the latest Windows 10 Insider Preview build and compiled the evidence. Check this article from […]

Panic Button for Chrome hides your online shenanigans

“Quick! The boss is coming shut down that MLB stream!” Too late, you’re caught. Check this article from Lucky for you, the boss pulled up a chair to watch the game too, but you can’t always count on near misses to get you through your slack-off time at work. That’s why it’s good to […]

Why big open-source projects are fleeing SourceForge’s free software hub

SourceForge is in trouble. The download-hosting site retreated after public outcry, removing the junkware it inserted into downloads of the popular GIMP image editing tool without the developers’ permission. But SourceForge has still lost the trust of the open-source community after the junkware-wrapping scandal—and now more open-source projects are leaving SourceForge for greener pastures like […]

Microsoft fixes buggy browser in Patch Tuesday update

Internet Explorer, always heavily scrutinized by both security researchers and online attackers, has once again gotten the majority of patches in this month’s Microsoft’s Patch Tuesday round of monthly bug fixes. Check this article from For June, Microsoft issued 8 bulletins, which collectively contain 45 patches. The bulletin for IE alone MS15-06 contains 24 […]

Reading service Pocket built into Firefox, replacing Reading List feature

Pocket, a popular “read it later” service, has been integrated directly into Firefox with an update to the browser pushed out on Tuesday. Check this article from It’s a fitting progression for Pocket, which began life in 2007 as an extension for Firefox called Read it Later. Since then, the service has added a […]

Hands-on with Windows 10 consumer preview: Hey Cortana, is that a Start Menu?

Of late I’ve begun thinking of Windows 10 as an iterative improvement over Windows 8.1, and what I saw at Microsoft’s Windows 10 event—Cortana integration, notifications, and the Continuum interface—didn’t change my mind. More information from That’s not a knock on Microsoft’s new OS at all. What the company has included feels like a […]

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