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# browsers

All time
# First look
Want to try out new phone features before anyone else? Sign up for beta testing
Once you’re aware of the obvious risks with such an approach, it’s useful in trying out features in advance.
# End of an era
After 18 years, Internet Explorer is no longer the world's most popular browser
Now Google Chrome finally rules the desktop world.
# TechGuide
Browser tabs getting out of control? A simple right-click can really help
There’s a lot of power in those right-clicks.
# nail in the coffin
Internet Explorer has taken the penultimate step towards its end
Microsoft has ended support for Internet Explorer 8, 9 and 10, meaning only the final version is left.
# TechGuide
There's a small but handy way to navigate between old and new pages on your browser
You don’t have to constantly click or tap the back button to get to where you want.
# good old days
Want to browse the web exactly like it was back in the 90s? Now you can
A lot has changed in 20 years.
# Q-tip
Internet ads bothering you? Then Google's latest change will make you happy
And it’s part of a wider trend relating to one of the web’s older formats.
# TechGuide
Finding it difficult to look at your screen? Why not invert its colours
At the very least, it will give your eyes a bit of a rest.
# TechKnowHow
Here's how you can check what passwords are saved on your browser
There may be a number of accounts saved that you may have forgotten about.
# Q-tip
Want to separate work and play on your browser? Set up different profiles
Handy if you want to keep certain information separate from each other.
# TechGuide
Here are the uses for private browsing that you might not have thought of
Its uses extend beyond visiting sites you don’t want saved.
# encryption
How to keep your data safe from prying eyes
With more revelations about spying emerging every week, there are ways to ensure your data isn’t intercepted or stored against your wishes.
# browsers
Google privacy case can be heard in UK, court rules
The internet giant will be appealing the decision, having argued that the trial should take place in California.
# blast from the past
World's first ever web page to be brought back to life
CERN is recreating the website that launched the world wide web to mark the 20th anniversary of the Tim Berners-Lee invention.