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Microsoft Launches Open Tools to Measure Performance

Microsoft’s launching products for Linux is no longer a novelty. The Redmond giant took a real turn of the wheel with the release of .NET and has even dared to develop its own distributions. More recently, the company has published as Open Source…

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Vivaldi Web Browser Turns 5, Celebrates with New Features

If feels like only yesterday that I leaned back in this chair wondering how best to introduce you all to the ‘new’ Chromium-based web browser Vivaldi. Vivaldi 5.0 on Android introduces something of a first: a two-row tab bar Thankfully I di…

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Free Software Foundation Introduces JShelter Browser Add-on

The Free Software Foundation has unveiled the project JShelter, which develops a browser add-on to protect against threats posed by JavaScript on websites, including hidden identification, movement tracking, and user data collection. The project code is distributed under the GPLv3 license. The add-on is prepared for Firefox, Google Chrome, Opera, Brave, Microsoft Edge, and other […]

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Google Chrome 94 Released with Sharing Hub feature

Google has unveiled the release of the Chrome 94 web browser . At the same time, a stable release of the free Chromium 94 project is available, which serves as the basis for Chrome
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Fix Chromium signing out from Google on Linux Mint 20

Read this explanation to learn how to fix the issue of Chromium logging you out of Google on Linux Mint 20.
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Mozilla Firefox 90 Is Now Available for Download, Removes Built-In FTP Support

The biggest change in the Mozilla Firefox 90 release is the deprecation of FTP (File Transfer Protocol) support. Firefox follows in the footsteps of Google Chrome/Chromium, and other web browsers, to no longer allow access to ftp:// links. Mozilla started deprecating FTP support since Firefox 88, but users were able to re-enable the feature by […]

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