While browsing the web, you might have noticed that every website you visit starts showing ads or services relevant to you. It happens because websites track our activities and later sell that data to advertisers. Some people find it useful as they only see the… Read More »How to Disable Cross-Website Tracking In Chrome, Safari, Firefox, and Opera
Browser stores a local copy of web pages we visit and shows that when we visit the same page next time. But at times, we want the updated version of a webpage, and in that situation force, refresh page cache is the only option. If… Read More »How to Force Refresh Page Cache in Chrome, Opera, Edge, Firefox, and Safari
Web browsers play an important role as an access point to the World Wide Web. They’ve become ubiquitous in our daily lives, and since they’re a gateway to the internet, it isn’t easy to spend a day without browsers. In this article, let’s learn about web browsers, including… Read More »What is a Web Browser? How Does it Work?
Most websites on the Internet tend to trace the behavior of their users on the site. Later, they sell or provide that data to advertisers to show relevant ads, products, or different services. To prevent user tracking ‘Do Not Track’ request was first introduced back… Read More »How to Turn On “Do Not Track” in Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Opera, and Edge
Are you looking to reopen a tab that you closed earlier in the day and forgot to bookmark? Or just accidentally closed a tab, but you were not done with the webpage? Whatever the situation is, the good news is you can reopen closed tabs… Read More »3 Ways to Reopen Closed Tabs in Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Or Safari