web browser

  1. froggyboy604

    Do you care what brand of web browser a car with a web browser has?

    If I plan on buying or renting a new car, or riding in a taxi with a touchscreen computer which can use a web browsers, I would prefer a car with a modern web browser made by a more reliable web browser brand like Firefox, Google Chrome or Chromium. There is always a chance that my cell phone...
  2. froggyboy604

    What do you think of Microsoft Edge now basing Edge Web Browser on Chromium/Chrome web browser?

    Microsoft is rebuilding its Edge browser on Chrome and bringing it to the Mac A Chromium version of Edge will also arrive on Windows 7, 10 and Windows 8. I think Microsoft is re-making Edge to use a Chromium based web browser because it is taking too long to fix all the problems people are...
  3. froggyboy604

    Are Web browser OS like Chrome OS the only limited operating systems which most users try to use?

    I feel web browser OS like Chrome OS are the only more limited and restrictive operating systems which most users want to use because web browsers can now run websites with online versions of programs like MS Office 365, Google Docs, video players on YouTube, and simple image editors. There are...
  4. froggyboy604

    Do you think Microsoft will release a 3rd web browser for Windows 10 in the future?

    It is possible that Microsoft will release a 3rd web browser for Windows 10 when Internet Explorer 11, and Microsoft Edge web browser becomes less popular, or not compatible and work poorly with newer website designs where the website owner did not design their site to work well with IE and...
  5. froggyboy604

    Will social networking and online video apps/programs always be less popular with PC users?

    The social networking programs and online video apps I seen for Windows don't seem very good to use, so I think many people prefer the web browser version of the social network or online video site. Many people use social networks to share articles, pictures, and videos from other social...
  6. froggyboy604

    Is the titlebar still useful for web browsers?

    I think the title bar on the top of some web browsers is not as useful thesedays since most web browser tabs also show the title of a website when you hover your mouse's cursor over a tab.
  7. froggyboy604

    Do you think Apple Safari or Microsoft Edge will be around longer in the future?

    I think Apple Safari will be around longer in the future because Apple users like using Apple software like iTunes, Quicktime, and iMovie because some Apple users are used to having less choice in software compared to Windows and Linux users which have thousands of choices in software like web...
  8. froggyboy604

    Will Google Chromebooks be the only popular pre-built computer designed for mainly web browser?

    It is possible that Google Chromebooks will be the only popular pre-built computer which is mainly designed for web browsing on the Google Chrome web browser. Google Chromebooks are not very popular with most computer users, but Chromebooks are popular with North American schools, and people...
  9. froggyboy604

    Would you pay money, or have you ever paid money for a web browser software?

    It is unlikely I pay money for a desktop web browser unless most of the free browsers become unreliable, and sell users' data to the government, advertisers, and other companies and people.
  10. froggyboy604

    Is the Status bar at the bottom of web browsers still useful?

    The status bar on web browsers can be useful if you use a slower internet like dial-up internet connections or slower DSL and Cable internet where websites can take many seconds to minutes to fully load. The status bar also can be useful for easily seeing a link's website address by hovering...
  11. froggyboy604

    Is the menu toolbar still important in web browsers?

    I think the menu toolbar is useful for people who need to see their history, print webpages a lot with a printer, use their bookmarks, and open other browser settings and asks from the menubar. But, a drop down menu like the dropdown menu button in Chrome, Microsoft Edge, and newer versions of...
  12. froggyboy604

    Firefox 57 Will Hide Search Bar/box and Use a Uni-Bar, like Chrome

    Mozilla is taking another page out of Chrome’s playbook by dropping an "iconic" section of its UI: Firefox 57 will use a single bar for searching and navigation. While the search bar will not be removed altogether, it is now considered redundant and will be disabled by default. Most...
  13. froggyboy604

    Chrome, Firefox, other browsers won’t run on Windows 10 S (unless something changes)

    While Microsoft has been encouraging developers to convert legacy apps to Universal Windows Platform apps that can be distributed in the Windows Store, there’s one small catch when it comes to web browsers. And by small, I mean unless something changes you won’t find Firefox, Chrome, Opera, or...
  14. froggyboy604

    Windows 10 S default Edge web browser, Bing search engine cannot be changed

    Yes, Microsoft Edge is the default web browser on Microsoft 10 S. You are able to download another browser that might be available from the Windows Store, but Microsoft Edge will remain the default if, for example, you open an .htm file. Additionally, the default search provider in Microsoft...
  15. froggyboy604

    Have you used Virtual Machine/Operating System Emulator software to use the Internet?

    Yes, I used Virtual Machine/Virtualization Operating System software like VirtualBox to use the internet with operating systems like Windows, Linux, and Android running inside a Virtual Machine software. I used Firefox, Chrome, and the built-in updaters in Linux installed on a Virtual Machine...
  16. froggyboy604

    Firefox 52 will be the last version of Firefox for Windows XP and Vista

    Firefox released Firefox 52 earlier this week to the public, and it has a few notable thingies. First of all, FireFox 52 is the last version of FireFox which will support Windows XP and Vista, from this point on a user who wants to snag the latest versions with the newest features of Firefox...
  17. froggyboy604

    Would you stick a Chrome, IE/MS Edge or Firefox Logo on a computer, smartphone, or other stuff?

    I won't stick a sticker of a web browser logo on my stuff which I plan on taking out in public like a laptop, bag, or binder. There are some people who very supportive one web browser over the other, and there is a chance I may have a less friendly conversation with a Internet Explorer, MS...
  18. froggyboy604

    Are companies giving up on web browser programs/apps now that mobile and PC apps are very popular?

    I feel a lot of companies like Google and Microsoft are rarely talking about their web browser website programs like Google Docs, Gmail, Hangouts, Microsoft Office Online, Hotmail, etc. Companies seem to be giving up on the idea that many users want to do most of their daily tasks like typing...
  19. froggyboy604

    What kind of Tablet is best for Web Browsing both desktop and mobile websites?

    I think Windows tablets are the best type of tablets for browsing the most types of websites because Windows still support Adobe Flash, Java, Silverlight, and other plug-ins which are not available on iOS, and Android. The web browsers for Windows also work better than most mobile browsers...
  20. froggyboy604

    Firefox will support Windows XP and Vista until September 2017

    To this day, Mozilla's latest software can work with your decade-old PC. However, even that team has its limits -- it's phasing out support for XP and Vista starting next year. Mozilla will start by moving users on these operating systems to the Extended Support Release in March 2017, limiting...