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  1. Jan

    Goodbye and good riddance Internet Explorer

    RIP Internet Explorer — and good riddance Microsoft has started rolling out an update to Windows 10 that entirely disables Internet Explorer, signalling the final death knell for the nearly 28-year-old browser. In a recent amendment to a Windows IT Pro blog post, the company explained that it...
  2. Vorastra

    Chrome 107 is landing today with HEVC decoding support, despite pushback from Mozilla

    https://www.neowin.net/news/chrome-107-is-landing-today-with-hevc-decoding-support-despite-pushback-from-mozilla/
  3. Vorastra

    Google delays the death of Manifest V2 extensions to 2024

    https://www.ghacks.net/2022/09/29/google-delays-the-death-of-manifest-v2-extensions-to-2024/
  4. Jan

    Google releases Chrome patch to fix serious security flaw

    Google Chrome patch fixes mysterious "high risk" security flaw Google has released an update for its Chrome browser, which fixes a severe security vulnerability with a mystery impact. Chrome version 105.0.5195.102 for Windows, Mac, and Linux includes a patch for CVE-2022-3075, which has been...
  5. Jan

    Electron security flaws patched and disclosed

    Serious security flaws discovered in software behind Microsoft Teams and Discord A group of security researchers have uncovered a range of vulnerabilities in the Electron framework used by popular desktop apps like Discord and Microsoft Teams. Motherboard reports the team detailed their...
  6. Jan

    Chrome removes ability to delete pre-populated search engines - promises to bring it back

    Chrome won't let users delete search engines A recent update to the Chromium codebase has removed the option to delete prepopulated search engines in the latest versions of the Chrome and Edge browsers. The problem was first highlighted several days ago when a number of users on a Google...
  7. J

    Chromium-based Edge for macOS could launch soon

    Chromium-based Edge for macOS could launch soon German website WindowsUnited has uncovered information that hints towards the new, Chromium-based version of Microsoft Edge coming to macOS. The website was running Windows Server 2016 when it received a notification that said the new Edge was...
  8. J

    Brave browser switches base code to Chromium

    Brave browser switches base code to Chromium Brave browser has announced that it will switch to a Chromium code base in its latest release, TheNextWeb reports. Brave joins the likes of Chrome, Edge, Opera, and Vivaldi to use Google's open source Chromium as the base code for their browser.
  9. J

    Microsoft will replace Edge with Chrome-based browser for Windows 10 - Report

    Microsoft will replace Edge with Chrome-based browser for Windows 10 - Report Microsoft is giving up on its default Edge browser for Windows 10 and is working on replacing it with a Chromium-based alternative, WindowsCentral reports. The Edge browser was designed using Microsoft's own EdgeHTML...
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