Google posted this helpful video on YouTube earlier today. It walks you through the steps necessary to putting Google Search and Chrome on your Windows 8 Start Screen. Fear not, the process is very easy.
12/5 Update: According to AllThingsD, Mozilla and Google are still actively negotiating a search deal.
Original Post: Over the past three days, internet browser Firefox has been in the news quite a bit- and not much of it good…
First, PCWorld tells us that Firefox lost its position as the second-most used browser to Chrome….
Its been a pretty busy week for digital marketers. Here is a quick summary of some of this week’s highlights…
According to Computerworld, Microsoft has decided to develop IE10 for only Windows 7, leaving the users of Vista, XP and (if there are any) anything older out of luck.
Its a strange move for Microsoft. A few weeks ago, we learned that Firefox4 had beaten IE9 in their first month of existence. I wondered then if part of Microsoft’s problem was that IE9 did not work with Windows XP (54% of their users) and if they may see this as a problem and update IE9 to work with XP.
PCWorld is reporting that Mozilla is taking a page out of Google’s Chrome playbook and stepping up their major release schedule. Just last month they shipped Firefox 4 and now they are aiming for a June 21st launch for Firefox 5. There are over 400 stat posts on DMR. Browse the full list here. It […]
Mozilla recently launched the beta version of their Firefox 4.0 browser which includes a number of new features and add-ons. One cool feature of the new version of the popular Internet browser is the sync option. Coupled with the new mobile Firefox browser (currently only available for Android and select Nokia models), the sync option […]