Microsoft has begun rolling out its "Browser Ballot" screen for European copies of Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7. The idea is to give users who have Internet Explorer set as a default the opportunity to choose a different browser.
It's obvious that people use web browsers to browse the internet. However, I've found that I use my web browser less and less as time goes on. I read articles in Pocket, get news in Press, use Tapatalk for forums, and dedicated apps for certain mobile sites like Wikipedia and IMDB. The only reason why I even open my web browser anymore is if I open a link in a Google search.
I remember the first time I’ve encountered Dillo was when trying one of the older versions of Damn Small Linux, which at the time was pretty popular as a minimal distribution and came with this very small web browser.
Dillo is probably the most lightweight graphical web browser for Linux, thinking about something more stripped of advanced features only makes me look at terminal-based web b
There are many web browsers for Linux, but everyone has different needs, some prefer customizable browsers with all the wizz and bang of plugins and themes, while others prefer lighter browsers that don’t have so many features and add-ons.
i just found out that during browsing by default browser there is a small shortcut we can use. If we press the edge of screen left side or right side a small semi circle pops up showing many useful function. I remember not reading it anywhere so i just thought i share with you guys. it takes a while to get used to. try and try till u succeed.
On Facebook apps, Facebook uses a custom in app browser for links users share on their profiles. The browser is limited in its abilities since there is no actual browser bar. But you are able to view an entire site or any linked pages by clicking on anchor tags present on the page.
Is this built in browser an extension of the default iOS / Android browsers? Or is it a custom browser?