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The term "browser wars" refers to the competition for dominance in the web browser marketplace. The term is used to denote two specific periods of time: the competition between market-dominating Netscape Navigator and its eventual defeat by Microsoft Internet Explorer during the late 1990s, and the competition from 2003 onwards between the dominating Internet Explorer and several other emerging browsers including Mozilla Firefox, Safari, Opera and, since mid-2008, Google Chrome.
Pin Firefox Windows to block the creation of new tabs in them
Ghacks Technology News / 3/7/14
In addition to all that, pinned tabs do get loaded automatically when Firefox starts or when you open a new window in the browser. Pinning windows is not something that the Firefox web browser supports by default. The Firefox extension Pinned Window ...
Dell UK Caught Charging For Free Firefox Installation
TechWeekEurope UK / 3/7/14
Dell has made changes to its online store in the UK, after it emerged that the company was charging customers £16.25 to install the free Firefox browser – something that goes against Mozilla's trademark policy. Dell previously said that it wasn't charging for ...
Mozilla accused Dell for the charges of installing firefox browser
The Periscope Post / 3/7/14
Mozilla accused Dell for the charges of installing firefox browser. Mozilla is exploring reports that Dell is charging users with new equipment to install the Firefox browser. One user told the Register website that he had been asked to pay £16.25 to have the ...
Best Windows 8.1 Browser: Chrome vs. Firefox vs. Internet Explorer
LAPTOP Magazine (blog) / 3/7/14
... navigation. We put the three leading browsers for Windows 8′s “Metro” mode — Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer — to the test to see which one will serve you best. ... Chrome for Windows 8′s Metro mode simulates a Chrome OS desktop, with the familiar browser layout open as a window accompanied by app icons for Gmail, Google search, Docs and YouTube in a taskbar at the bottom. .... This is especially useful for times when you want to compare two different cinema listings, for example.
Mozilla anger over Dell Firefox fee
BBC News / 3/6/14
Mozilla is investigating reports that Dell is charging users with new computers to install the Firefox browser. One user told the Register website that he had been asked to pay £16.25 to have the browser installed. Firefox is a free, open-source piece of software ...
Dell tried charging $27 to install Firefox on new PCs
Geek / 3/6/14
So great, apparently, that the nice people at Dell UK decided that it was worth charging customers on their website $27 to pre-install Mozilla's free web browser. News of the cash grab hit the web yesterday after one Dell business customer received the shock ...
The £16.25 Firefox stand-off between Mozilla, Dell
Techie News / 3/6/14
It was reported yesterday that Dell is charging £16.25 for Mozilla Firefox Web Browser Installation Service, something that many have claimed is in violation of Mozilla's trademark policy. Dell and Mozilla have come face to face on this and neither of the parties ...
Dell justifies charging £16.25 to install Mozilla Firefox
Muktware / 3/6/14
Computer and accessories manufacturer Dell is charging customers ₤16.25 to install free and open source software, Mozilla Firefox. This is quite shocking, as this browser is available free of cost and also its policy dictates not to charge users for its download ...
Opera Web browser compresses data usage
KTAR.com / 3/6/14
If your mobile devices are on a data plan that has a cap, keeping your data usage under that cap is vital. One of the best ways to do that is to switch to the Opera Mini browser for all your web surfing. Opera has an option to switch to off-road mode which ...
Firefox loses browser market share to Android in France
Telecompaper (subscription) / 3/6/14
Google Chrome was France's most popular browser in February, with over 30 percent of visits, according to Mediametrie's eStat'Web panel. Firefox placed second with 20 percent, down by 0.5 percentage points since October 2013. Internet Explorer was third ...
"The Others" Are Coming – Upcoming Trends in Browser Market Share
ClickZ / 3/5/14
Lately we have been taking a closer look at browsers, resolutions, and operating systems when analyzing opportunities for a site. Often we are looking at browser versions to help dictate test plans, filter out bots from Web analytics, and understand what ...
Safari vs. Chrome vs. Opera: Which is the fastest iOS browser?
CNET / 3/4/14
Speed has long been the benchmark of good desktop browser, letting you spend less time staring at the loading bar, and more time clicking through links. On mobile, that's no different, so we set out to find the fastest browser among some popular choices: ...