Showing posts with label Chrome. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Chrome. Show all posts

Friday, November 13, 2015

Google launches a new beta of Chrome for iOS on TestFlight

Google released a new beta version of Chrome for iOS via TestFlight Apple, now open to some 2,000 beta testers. Those who wish can take a beta from this link, to availability of vacancies.

Saturday, August 1, 2015

6 most common Windows 10 problems and their solutions

On July 29, the light is a new version of the famous product of Microsoft - the operating system Windows 10. Computer publications, online resources around the world criticize the platform, tell about its advantages and disadvantages. And users complain about errors and problems that have plagued them after the upgrade to Windows 10.

Friday, July 31, 2015

Safari browser provides an extra hour of MacBook battery life

Chrome browser with built-in Flash-plugin is known for its extravagance. Just a couple of animated banners in the background tab can shorten battery life MacBook, simultaneously taking away resources from more important tasks. In Safari, it implemented a number of special features designed to extend battery life. The study BatteryBox, use Chrome instead of Safari can reduce the possibility of staying MacBook away from an outlet for more than 1 hour.

Thursday, May 21, 2015

Firefox coming to iOS! Mozilla opens registration to beta test [Updated]

IOS users must rely on another browser option very soon. It seems that Mozilla, the company behind the browser development, is looking for consumers interested in testing Firefox on their iPhones and iPads before the public launch, carrying out several questions about which device will be used to install the novelty, if the version of the Apple operating system is the eighth and even the level of user experience in question, ranging in advanced, intermediate and casual. After all the paperwork you need to enter the e-mail and pray a lot waiting for the next instruction.

Thursday, April 2, 2015

Google Wants To Bring Android Applications On Mac And Windows!

Last September, Google launched ARC, an acronym that stands for "App Runtime for Chrome." It is a project that allows Android applications to run within Chrome OS.