Mozilla has announced that they are beginning development of a native ARM64 version of Firefox for the always on, always connected, multi-core Snapdragon platform with Windows 10.
Microsoft has officially confirmed that they are going to be gutting Edge and converting it into a Chromium based browser. While the engine will change, Microsoft has stated that they will continue utilizing the Microsoft Edge name and will now bring the browser to all supported Windows platforms.
Microsoft has rolled out a new cumulative update for Windows 10 October 2018 Update (version 1809). Windows 10 KB4469342 has been in testing for quite a while now and today it's rolling out to the general public.
Adobe has released an update for Flash Player that fixes a zero-day user after free vulnerability that was used as part of an APT attack against Russia. This attack is being named "Operation Poison Needle" and targeted the Russian FSBI "Polyclinic #2" medical clinic.
Windows Lite is a stripped down version of the operating system and it will reportedly take Microsoft's concept of Store-restricted operating system one step further.
Google has release Chrome 71 to the Stable desktop channel, which means it is now available for everyone to download. This version comes with a bunch of new features, with most of them focusing on protecting users from abusive ads, deceptive billing pages, and unwanted autoplay audio.
According to reports, Microsoft is abandoning development of Microsoft Edge and instead focusing on a new Chromium-based browser under the codename Anaheim.
In a Bugzilla report, Mozilla has revealed that they provide enterprise MSI installers starting with Firefox 65. By offering an MSI installer , system administrators can create their own transform files (MST) to easily customize the installation of Firefox in their organization.
In June, Mozilla had announced that they were performing a limited Shield study for their Nightly users to monitor the performance of DNS-over-HTTPS (DoH) in Firefox. This study uses Cloudflare's DNS service to encrypt both the requests and responses to any DNS queries in order to increase a user's privacy.
Windows 10 Build 18290 is now available for Windows Insiders in the Fast Ring and it comes with noticable improvements and changes. This preview update brings Fluent Design to Start Menu, improves Cortana experience and more.
Today, Microsoft shared more details about Build 17763.167 for Windows 10 version 1809, revealing that they have fixed tons of bugs in this release. It's likely that the same fixes will be released to the general public next month on Patch Tuesday or before.
A data breach notification from the City of York has gone awry as new details shed light over the incident, revealing a completely inappropriate response to a responsible disclosure of a vulnerability potentially affecting thousands of users.
Microsoft has released another cumulative update for Windows 10 with some fixes. The update is not available for Windows 10 October 2018 Update and you will see it only if you've Windows 10 April 2018 Update and Fall Creators Update installed.
Google developers have wanted to remove FTP support from Chrome for years and an upcoming change in how files stored on FTP servers are rendered in the browser may be the first step in its ultimate removal.
With the shopping season underway, cybercriminals are making efforts to capitalize from key holidays and users' craze for Black Friday and Cyber Monday discounts.
This new update to Microsoft's modernized Skype 8 brings Split View which allows you to simultaneously open multiple Skype chats. It's a pretty useful feature if you'd like to chat with multiple people at the same time.
When Dropbox hired a security firm to perform a Red Team cyber attack simulation on their services, little did they know that they would discover zero day vulnerabilities in Apple products that could affect much more than Dropbox.
Today, Microsoft announced a big update for Microsoft Launcher and the build is currently rolling out to beta testers. The updated Microsoft Launcher includes a host of new features, improvements and refinements.
In Firefox 65, Mozilla is overhauling how users can configure the Content Blocking settings. With this version, the previously confusing configuration is replaced by three different modes that a user can select that offer varying degrees of blocking and customization.