Microsoft added a new option in the Chromium-based Edge browser using which users can quickly pin sites to Windows 10 taskbar. Microsoft is regularly updating the new Edge browser in the Canary channel and adding new features to it. Starting with Edge Canary version 126.96.36.199, the company added a new option in the settings menu
Starting with Chrome 74 or above, the company replaced the Mute Tabs option with Mute Sites. It means, the current version of the Chrome browser only lets you mute sites instead of muting individual tabs. Some time ago, it was possible to mute individual tabs in chrome browser by enabling chrome://flags/#sound-content-setting, it is also unavailable.
If you want to try the new Cortana app on your device running Windows 10 May 2019, the blog post has step by step instructions on how to do it. Microsoft is working to refresh the Cortana app in Windows 10 20H1, the next major update of the Windows 10 operating system for PCs and
During the Build 2019 event, Microsoft announced Windows Terminal, a new app that brings with it a completely renewed command line. It’s coming soon on the Microsoft Store. In case, you’re interested, then you can download and install it as a preview. Windows Terminal app is of course still in the early development stage and
Piriform, a company acquired by Avast has launched various handy tools which include CCleaner, Recuva, Defraggler, Speccy, CCleaner for Mac and even more. Recently, the company added one more product to its shelf, CCleaner browser. CCleaner Browser The company quietly released the CCleaner browser without making any public announcement. The browser is based on Chromium
Microsoft is working on the Chromium-based Edge browser. The insider preview builds for new Edge browser is also available for download for Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, and MacOS. You can head over to Microsoft Edge Insider page to download the Insider build for your platform. On the download page of the