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Last December, the Federal Trade Commission of the United States issued a report in which it proposes the inclusion of “Do Not Track” mechanisms with which users can opt to stop websites from tracking their online behavior. The idea is that browsers’ developers start including such features into their own products, giving internauts the possibility to choose whether they want to be tracked or not. Although very slowly, some of the best Internet browsers are beginning to take some steps toward this implementation: among them, you can find Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome.

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Jason
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Microsoft will be holding a press event next February 10th where they are planning to “share some important news”.If you add this to the recent leaked screenshots of a RC build (which won’t be the final candidate, though), it’s logical to conclude that the company will be unveiling the latest version of Internet Explorer, an edition that hopefully will re-gain some of the lost terrain on the best internet browser race.

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Jason
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Finally, the long awaited 11th edition of the Opera browser has seen the light of day. The veteran Internet browser has left the Beta phase to reach the first stable release of its 11th version. The Norwegian application is packed with new features that will make the delights of all of its users and it will surprise the entire world. With its practical and useful characteristics Opera will make Web navigation faster and more comfortable than ever.

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Jason
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Internet browsers are a key element of our daily activities. By using them, we access to our e-mail accounts, we visit our favorite social media networks, we read news, and we watch videos and listen to music, among many other tasks. We use this tool more often than any other program in our computers. But, in spite of these evidences, most people don’t really care about the browser they’re using. They simply use the one that was set as default by the PC’s manufacturer or the one some other person installed on their systems. Obviously, this isn’t the way to go, since many issues are at stake whenever you choose a browser over another. And one of those issues is the security of your system.

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Jason
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The web browsers war is hotter than ever. The main competitors in the Internet browsing race (Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome and Opera) are trying to implement as many features and improvements as possible, with which they seek to attract more and more users. Of course, this isn’t easy and the Internet companies know it, so they’re incorporating cutting edge technologies to their programs in order to become the best web browser in the market. And people at Google are working very hard to achieve this goal and they are sharing some evidence of their efforts.

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Louie
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