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We show you how to clear downloads on Windows 11 using File Explorer, as well as how to clear automatic downloads from your browser cache.
We show you how to remove bookmarks in Chrome, Edge, and Firefox, using both the bookmark bar/flyout and the bookmark manager.
We show you how to clear your browsing history completely or partially in Chrome, Firefox, Opera, and Microsoft Edge.
We show you how to show or hide the bookmark bar (favorites bar) in Chrome, Firefox, and Edge using a variety of methods.
We show you how to Enable or Disable the Chrome, Firefox, or Microsoft Edge PDF viewers in just a few short steps.
We show you how to block a website on Firefox using an add-on for the desktop browser and Apple's Screen Time tool.
Mozilla has baked in a choice to make Firefox the default on Windows 11 and 10 directly into the browser through a clever system.
Need to know how to change your default search engine or make Google your default search engine? This tutorial will show you how on all of the major browsers.
We show you how to clear cookies for a specific site in Chrome, Firefox, and Microsoft Edge, as well as the cache and site data.
Microsoft says Adrozek is a sophisticated malicious ad campaign that is infiltrating Microsoft Edge, Chrome, and Firefox users.
As Google faces an antitrust lawsuit for search monopolizing, Mozilla says Firefox should not be caught in the middle.
NetMarketShare reports Microsoft Edge now takes more of the browser market than Firefox, with Chrome still out in front.
Firefox 74 once again supports TLS 1.0 and 1.1 after support was ended earlier this month. Mozilla says the versions are used by governments amid the COVID-19 outbreak.
Firefox 74 prevents unwanted add-on installations while making it easier to migrate from Edge and hide from Facebook.
Firefox 78 Nightly allows users to install websites and run them like apps using the SSB model instead of PWAs like Google and Microsoft.
Microsoft is using ads in the Windows 10 Start menu to pitch Chromium Edge to users of the Mozilla Firefox browser.
Chrome and Firefox are disabling extensions that could be malicious. Google has taken a blanket approach while Mozilla is approaching it more individually.
To comply with CCPA, Mozilla is adding an ability in Firefox 72 that allows users to request their telemetry data be deleted.