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Ruffle – the savior of Flash applications

Adobe Flash is a software platform used to create animations, web and PC applications, and more, and Adobe Flash Player is a plugin that allows this program to run within a browser. Flash Player was used to create video games that worked inside the browser. At the end of 2020, support for this program ceased, […]Read More


What is the Internet and how it works

We spend more and more time at the computer or mobile phone, and then we are mostly online. The Internet has become such an important part of our lives that it is almost impossible to go back to the time before this discovery without serious consequences for our society. It is estimated that two-thirds of […]Read More


Brave browser adds support for IPFS

In a blog post, the Brave browser developers announced that they are collaborating with Protocol Labs on the integration of the IPFS (InterPlanetary File System) protocol into their browser. What is IPFS The usual way to access websites is to use the HTTP or HTTPS protocol (the standard internet protocols used today). The browser uses […]Read More


Waterfox – an improved copy of Firefox

In the software market, we have a bunch of programs that all do the same thing, some better, some worse, some stand out for their specifications or business model, and some focus on a specific task. The point is that no matter what we want to do, we have a large selection of programs at […]Read More


Useful shortcuts to manage Internet browser tabs

Sometimes long ago, internet browsers did not have tabs, so if you wanted to open multiple web pages at the same time, you had to open a web browser multiple times. Fortunately, that changed a long time ago and we got tabs, all open internet pages nicely packed in one place at the top of […]Read More


Peacock browser

We present you an experimental internet browser for Windows 10, Linux and macOS – Peacock. What distinguishes this browser from other competitors, in addition to the fact that it has a built-in ad blocker, is that it does not collect any user data and does not send it anywhere. Peacock is similar to Brave browser, […]Read More


Microsoft Edge privacy settings that you should turn on

Microsoft’s new Edge browser may have the same basis as the popular Chrome, but it takes a much more active role in protecting your privacy. Edge, which is based on Chromium for Windows 10 and macOS, gives you control over how you are tracked across the web and the data it has access to. It […]Read More


Microsoft is discontinuing support for Internet Explorer

After 25 years web browser Internet Explorer is being retired. As officials from Microsoft confirmed, the support for this browser will cease next year. More precisely from august 17th, 2021 Internet Explorer will officially be discontinued. This refers to all services and applications from Microsoft 365 package: Office 365, OneDrive, Outlook, OneNote and others. Microsoft […]Read More