Tag Archives: Edge

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    How Safe Is Your Browser?

    Your Browser’s Ability To Protect You Against Phishing, Socially Engineered Malware (SEM) We have talked about Browser and Web security several times on this site, but it is important to remember that the bad guys do not sit still. They are very aggressive in their attempts to invade your privacy and security. In a recent […]

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    The Browser Race

    The Browser Race Last month marked the third-year anniversary for Edge, the highly touted browser that was introduced with the release of Windows 10 to the public. Like a yearling, it didn’t exactly hit the ground running. As a two-year-old, it did more stumbling than running, but started gaining ground, so why, as a three-year-old, […]

  • Install & Manage Extensions in Edge

    Yes folks, with the advent of the Windows 10 Anniversary Update, Microsoft has finally fulfilled its earlier promise to provide an extensions platform for the new default Edge browser. So, if you’ve installed the Anniversary Update, you can now install extensions for Edge. If you’re unsure of your Windows 10 version, open the Start Menu […]

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    How To Use Edge Browser Extensions

    Extensions For Edge Browser The title might be a bit misleading because until the new version of MS Edge is released there are no extensions but get ready, they are on their way. While you might not have the ability yet, it is still great news that Microsoft has finally introduced the ability to add […]

  • How Microsoft Botched Windows 10

    Windows 10 Store Search Broken The latest news on broken functionality in Windows 10 has recently come to light after a significant number of app developers protested that their apps cannot be readily located in the Windows 10 Store. Apparently, unless the user inputs the identical name of the app they are looking for into […]

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    Fix News Feed Not Displaying in Edge

    I stumbled upon this issue quite by accident. My old mate brings round his desktop tower because none of his three browsers will open – Chrome, Internet Explorer, and Edge. I set the tower up on my workbench, connect to monitor and peripherals, and when the Windows 10 log-on screen appears I ask him to […]

  • Chrome & Firefox’s Market Shares Zooming, But in Opposite Directions

    With the latest browser market share statistics now available, it is becoming apparent that the infamous ‘browser war’ is all but over. Market share as at the end of October shows Chrome achieving a new milestone, breaching 30% for the first time, while Firefox’s market share creeps ever closer toward a disastrous single digit: Comparing […]

  • Clip & Annotate Web Pages with ‘Edge’ Browser

    Much has been written about some of the negative aspects of Windows 10, including a lot of “mountain out of a molehill” type sensationalist stories. While we here at DCT will certainly inform you if there is actually anything to be concerned about, we tend to concentrate more on the positive aspects. We’ve already published […]

  • Microsoft’s Spartan browser Now Becomes ‘Edge’ – Supports Extensions

    Internet Explorer’s more modern and speedier successor, which Microsoft is hoping will take over the world and was previously codenamed “Spartan”, has now officially been given the permanent monicker “Edge”. Edge maintains Spartan innovations such as page markup, reading view, and Cortana integration. It’s also a Universal Windows app, meaning one application will run on […]