Have you woken up this morning to find that your iPhone / iPad or even Mac Safari browser crashing or not working when you tap on its address bar for a search or to enter an URL? An issue has surfaced in the wake of site crashsafari.com, a website which forces Safari to crash once a user clicks on a link to it. However, many users haven’t been to this site are having the same problem so this suggests there must be a glitch in the latest iOS 9.2.1 which Apple has yet to provide a comment on. While we wait for an official solution, there seems to be two temporary solutions to the problem.
Folks from Mozilla have decided to gear up and they have been releasing new version of their popular browser Firefox at rapid pace, and due to rapid release of new versions, recently we got a new version of Firefox so let’s have a closer look at it.
Microsoft has released a preview version of Internet Explorer 10 not a while ago, the latest version of Internet Explorer will introduce some changes, and one of those changes is the lack of support for Windows Vista and XP.
With constant news about browsers such as Internet Explorer 9 and Firefox 4, it seems that many users are forgetting about Opera. Although Opera might not be in the news all the time, we have now learnt that the newest beta version of Opera Barracuda has been released.