Google added tab hover cards in Chrome 91, replacing the traditional tooltips for tabs. However, It might consider adding a setting to disable it, or even tweak the feature due to negative feedback.
Microsoft says that Edge for Android and iOS will move to a common Chromium codebase, with that of the desktop version, bringing feature parity across platforms. Mobile betas are coming soon.
Google has announced that it will be restricting several Chrome APIs from March 15, 2021. An audit by the firm found that some unnamed third-party Chromium-based web browsers were leveraging them.
The ISOs for Linux Mint 20.1 have been approved for release according to the project's website. This means that we should be able to download Linux Mint 20.1 in just a matter of hours or days.
The Linux Mint 20.1 beta has been released. It comes with several new programs including an IPTV client called Hypnotix and another called Web Apps. Chromium has also returned to the repositories.
Edge Canary users can now decide if they want to download new browser updates over a metered connection or not. With this feature, Microsoft aims to give users more control over background data usage.
While Microsoft's Edge Chromium WebView2 has been available for C and C++ applications for a month, it's now available for .NET applications, and also as a Fixed Version distribution.
Microsoft has submitted a Chromium commit that helps automatically "de-elevate" browsers when launched with elevated privileges. However, Google engineers suggest de-elevating downloads instead.
Clem Lefebvre, head of Linux Mint, has said Chromium is available again in its official repositories after it started building the browser itself. It has also started work on an IPTV player.
Today, Microsoft announced the general availability of WebView2, its new component that's based on the company's Chromium-based Edge browser. It's available for Win32 apps and coming for more.
A new Chromium Gerritt entry and an experimental flag in Chrome Canary suggest that the search giant could let Chrome create tab groups automatically based on the webpage domains.
If you're looking for an alternative to Edge, one has just shown up in the Microsoft Store. It's the open source Chromium browser, which is what Edge, Chrome, and other browsers are based on.
A new experimental flag spotted in Chrome Canary suggests that Google is working on a 'Read Later' feature that lets users set tabs aside for later, similar to Collections in Microsoft Edge.
Google's tests show that Windows 10 version 2004's segment heap feature enhancements affect CPU performance adversely. The firm has disabled the feature on Chrome 85 for now to investigate.
Newly found code hints that Google is developing a clipboard manager for Chrome OS. It will be similar to Windows 10's offering. It could be invoked via a keyboard shortcut or a system tray icon.
The Linux Mint project has tested and approved the Linux Mint 20 ISO images and third-party mirrors have begun hosting the ISOs in anticipation of the final announcement from the Mint team.
The Linux Mint team has started pushing Linux Mint 20 beta images to third-party mirrors. The new update comes with several updates to packages like LibreOffice and the Linux kernel.
Microsoft today announced that it's beginning the rollout of its new Chromium-based Edge browser through Windows Update, although it seems that the new browser is still rolling out gradually.
Linux Mint 20 will prevent snapd from being installed stealthily. It found that several packages, like Chromium, are just snap packages. It will advise users on how to get the software by other means.
Yesterday, Microsoft announced an improved spellcheck experience on Chromium web browsers. While it is enabled by default on Edge, Google has not enabled Windows spellcheck on Google Chrome.
Microsoft has worked with Google in the Chromium project to bring a new Windows Spellcheck API to all Chromium browsers. The feature includes support for URLs, acronyms, email IDs, and more.
Today at its Build 2020 developer conference, Microsoft announced a bunch of new features that are coming to its Edge browser, and it also confirmed that the browser is rolling out soon.
Last October Microsoft unveiled the Surface Neo and Surface Duo. To prepare for the launch, Microsoft has been working on dual-screen support and have added "dual-screen emulation" to Chromium.
Google has introduced new updates to its Chrome Web Store policies that help improve the quality of the extensions in the store. Developers have until August 27 to comply with the new policies.
Following Google's suit, Microsoft announced today that it is resuming Edge updates. Edge 81 will be available in the stable channel in early April, and Edge 82 is officially canceled.
Google has removed the Chrome Web Store banner that discourages users from using Chrome extensions on Edge. It is now replaced by Microsoft's own banner that encourages users to install extensions.
A build of the Brave browser compiled by a Windows Insider MVP supports ARM64 PCs natively. The efforts were acknowledged by the team, suggesting that it might make it to the official version.
Microsoft's recent feature that enables users to move multiple tabs to a new window might be soon making it to Chrome. The firm has committed code to Chromium Gerrit that builds on Google's feature.
After the browser hit general availability today, Microsoft also released a new Edge Dev build, which is from the branch that gets updated weekly. It only has some minor new features.
Microsoft announced the general availability of its new Chromium-based Edge browser, but the launch is having some issues, as users are finding that the installer is in the wrong language.
After over a year since it was originally announced, Microsoft released its Chromium-based Edge browser today. It's going to roll out gradually, but if you want it, you can get it now.
Over a year after it announced the product, Microsoft's new Chromium-based Edge browser is now generally available for Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 10, Windows Server, and macOS.
After Google announced that it will continue support for Chrome on Windows 7 for at least 18 months, Microsoft has confirmed that it will support its new Edge browser for the same amount of time.
Microsoft today announced that if you've got a Chromium extension, you can now submit it for Edge. It also confirmed that the last date it will accept Edge Legacy submissions will be tomorrow.
Microsoft's new Chromium-based Edge browser will be generally available beginning on January 15, but it's going to ship without some key features, such as ARM64 support and history sync.
Microsoft's Edge Insider website is now providing download links for its Chromium-based Edge browser for Windows Server. There are builds for 2016 and newer, and 2012 and older versions.
There's been a lot of news around Microsoft's new Chromium-based browser, as it will be generally available on January 15. It won't require a Windows 10 feature update to ship with the OS.
During a session at its Ignite 2019 conference today, Microsoft confirmed that its Chromium-based Edge browser is coming to Linux, something that the company has previously teased.
Microsoft announced a new logo for its Edge Chromium browser over the weekend, but it's not in the release candidate. The company confirmed that the new icon will arrive tomorrow morning.