According to the November 2023 report from Statcounter, Microsoft Edge achieved its biggest market share to date. However, the browser is still far away from Google Chrome and even Apple's Safari.
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Statcounter's July 2023 report is out with new numbers about browsers, operating systems, search engines, more. According to the latest findings, Edge remains the third most popular desktop browser.
Statcounter has released the latest monthly report detailing changes in the desktop browser market. According to the findings, Safari continues climbing, Chrome goes down, and Edge is stalled.
Sidekick, a productivity-focused Chromium-based browser that promises a distraction-free experience, has unveiled a new suite of features for teamwork with the necessary security requirements.
Statcounter has released the May 2023 report with the latest data about the browser market. According to the findings, Safari continues climbing after overtaking Microsoft Edge in April 2023.
Mozilla has finally announced the end of support date for its browser on now-dead Windows versions. If you run Windows 7, 8, or 8.1, rest assured, knowing Firefox will be getting updates for a while.
By popular demand, Vivaldi Technologies has brought its Chromium-based browser to the Microsoft Store, giving customers an alternative method to download Vivaldi on Windows 10 and 11.
The latest report from Statcounter reveals a dramatic change in the desktop browser market. Safari, the only non-cross-platform mainstream browser, has overtaken Edge in the race for second place.
Sidekick is a relatively new Chromium-based browser with a noble goal in mind: deliver a distraction-free experience for those wanting to stay focused on work and get a great all-around browser.
Vivaldi has released version 5.7 of its browser, bringing customers an improved Window Panel, better keyboard shortcuts, and various Mail enhancements, such as the ability to auto-mark mail as read.
Mozilla has released Firefox 110 to all customers in the Release channel. The latest version comes with support for data import from more browsers, GPU sandboxing on Windows, and various improvements.
In an ironic twist on Valentine's Day, Microsoft will be breaking up with Internet Explorer today by releasing an Edge update that will permanently disable its legacy browser in Windows 10.
Opera's parent company Kunlun Tech has announced that it is looking to integrate ChatGPT into its products soon. However, the firm has revealed no details about availability or planned products.
Microsoft has revealed key areas to work on in 2023 to improve mainstream browsers. It is a continuation of the initiative announced last year in conjunction with Google, Apple, and other companies.
Statcounter has released the January 2023 report with details about the mainstream browser. While the overall picture remains (and will remain) unchanged, all players have modest gains and losses.
Mozilla Foundation has released a minor update for the Firefox browser. Version 109.0.1 is now available for download with fixes for corrupt fonts and other bugs bothering users since version 109.
A new report emerged with details about Microsoft's internal project codenamed "Phoenix." It aims at "reimagining" the browser and delivering a more modern interface with new productivity features.
Microsoft has added a neat new feature to its browser that allows splitting two tabs inside one window. Edge Split Screen is now available for Edge insiders in the Canary Channels.
Mozilla has released Firefox 109 in the stable (Release) channel. The latest version of the only mainstream non-Chromium browser introduces Manifest V3 support and a bunch of accessibility features.
Statcounter's monthly report is out, bringing new data about desktop browsers and operating systems. According to the latest findings, Edge did not gain much audience in December 2022.
Mozilla Firefox 108 is now available for download in the Release channel. The latest version adds support for Windows 11's Efficiency Mode and introduces several other changes alongside bugfixes.
Microsoft has addressed one of most popular requests from users. You can now set the browser to open favorites in a new tab or retain the current setup with favorites opening in the current tab.
The desktop browser market is a massive, slowly moving ship. However, some of the leading players continue demonstrating steady growth. Microsoft Edge, for example, now has more than 11% market share.
Here are the details about the latest minor update for Mozilla Firefox. Version 107.0.1 is now available for download in the stable channel, fixing even more issues on Windows 11 22H2.
Mozilla is back with another minor update for Firefox users. Version 106.0.4 is now available for download in the Release channel with fixes for crashes and hangs during media playback.
Statcounter's latest report shows that Microsoft has difficulty getting its browser past 11%. Although Edge is the second most popular desktop choice, its market share remains relatively unchanged.
The recently released Edge 106 update has introduced an improved battery-saving mode to help you squeeze out even more battery time from your computer when browsing the internet. Here is how.
Google is working on a built-in tab-freezing feature to make Chrome consume less memory when idling. Future updates will show users how much RAM each inactive page saves for more important tasks.
Vivaldi 5.5 is now available for download with various productivity and feature improvements. The browser has received a new panel for tracking tasks and Snap support on Windows 11.
Following consumer backlash, Google has decided to give Manifest V2-based extensions another year and postpone their removal from Chrome and its Web Store to January 2024 instead of January 2023.
This time we are taking a look at the top 10 most demanded features for Microsoft Edge based on public feedback. This includes interesting items such as extension support on mobile and more.
The latest data from Statcounter shows Microsoft Edge steadily climbing in an attempt to reach an 11% market share. Other browsers lost some points, leaving the overall picture unchanged.
Mozilla has pushed a minor update for its browser, bringing it to version 104.0.1. The latest release is modest in terms of changes: it fixes a single issue causing YouTube freezes in version 104.
Despite Microsoft's best efforts, Internet Explorer refuses to die. The ancient browser can be launched pretty easily in Windows 11 even though the OS is not even supposed to have it bundled.
The latest data from Statcounter shows Microsoft Edge climbing steadily on the desktop browser market. In July 2022, Edge reached a 10.84% market share, up 0.2 points from 10.64% in June 2022.
Future Google Chrome updates will make setting the browser as the default one much easier. Google is working on allowing Chrome users to change the default browser with a single click.
Microsoft is working on adding yet another tool to its jack-of-all-trades browser. The most recent Edge Canary updates introduced the option to edit, crop, and annotate a picture before saving it.
Microsoft has announced several feature improvements for Collection in the Edge browser. Users will soon be able to save more content in Collections, plus collaborate with other users.
The latest "major" update for the Firefox browser is now available for all users in the Stable channel. Version 102 comes with an improved downloads UI, better subtitles support, and various fixes.
Microsoft has finally added to its browser in the Dev and Canary channels a native "launcher" that allows you to quickly access different settings and features of Edge using various commands.