Can this open-source Chrome clone give Microsoft the browser Edge? Microsoft just rebooted its browser strategy -- again. Is the world ready for the new Chromium-based Edge? Ed Bott explains why this time might be different - or not. Read more: https://zd.net/2zj2q4Q Microsoft has created a new logo for the Microsoft Edge browser to reflect its shift from in-house technologies to Google's open-source Chromium project. Microsoft Microsoft Ignite postmortem: Cutting through the complexity Microsoft to represent DACA recipients in Supreme Court trial to keep program alive New Surface devices: Prices, release dates, and where to buy Windows 10 version 1909: A pleasant surprise (ZDNet YouTube) Windows 10: Why it's finally time to upgrade from Windows 7 (CNET) Microsoft HoloLens 2: Everything developers and IT pros need to know (TechRepublic) The new logo sheds the dominant Internet Explorer 'e' symbol for a swirl that still suggests an 'e' but is more abstract than the old … [Read more...] about Microsoft’s Edge browser gets a new Chromium logo
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Google released version 79 of its Chrome web browser last week, but a bug is causing serious problems because it's seemingly wiping the data some Android apps use. As Android Police reports, the bug impacts apps that rely on Android's WebView, which allows web content to be accessed and displayed from within an app. In order for this to work, some data is stored locally, but with Chrome 79 the location of the storage was changed. This required local data to be migrated to the new location, and that's where the failure lies. The data migration didn't happen properly, so apps are left unable to function properly. The good news is the data isn't being deleted as it still exists in the old location. Google now needs to figure out the best way to movie it, and to do so quickly, but until a fix is in place the rollout of Chrome 79 has been paused. Related How to Manage Your Browser Extensions How to Manage Your Browser Extensions Google Silently Breaks Chrome Leaving IT Admins Very … [Read more...] about Chrome 79 Is Wiping App Data
It turns out even Google can't outrun the powers of the Avengers' biggest and baddest villain. In a promotional 'Easter egg,' Google has included a very significant mythical item in users' search results for the 'Avengers' franchise's extra-terrestrial bad guy, Thanos. In addition to related pictures and web results, searchers will see an unusual icon in the midst -- that would be the Infinity Gauntlet. Scroll down for video In a promotional 'Easter egg,' Google has included a very significant mythical item in users' search results for the 'Avengers' franchise's extra-terrestrial bad guy, Thanos (pictured) While fans of the 'Avengers' franchise have seen the powerful item deployed to devastating results in the penultimate 'Avengers' installment, Infinity Wars (spoiler alert for those who haven't watched the movie yet), no one has seen what the gauntlet can do to your web browser. With just a click, the Infinity Gauntlet jumps to life, disintegrating results in your … [Read more...] about Google releases interactive Avengers: Endgame Easter egg that shows up when you search ‘Thanos’
We may earn a commission for purchases using our links. Learn more. More than one way to stream Ara Wagoner 15 Nov 2019 Best answer: There are two ways to watch Disney+ on a Chromebook: watching via a web player in the browser and via the Android app. When streaming on a Chromebook, you'll see an error the first time, but playack should work after that.Go Chrome: Disney+ ($70/yr at Disney) Two ways to watch, one service full of favorites There are two ways to watch Disney+ on a Chromebook: you can stream without an app via the Chrome browser or you can install the Android app and download videos to watch offline. The ability to watch it without needing an app can be very, very helpful — especially on school-issued Chromebooks that might have Google Play app installs locked down. On the other hand, the Disney+ Android app being availble on Chromebooks makes it an easy way to stock up on videos for offline playback on a larger-screen device for something like a … [Read more...] about Can you watch Disney Plus on Chromebook?