A Guide on Viewing Internet Explorer Websites on MacPublished: May 21, 2020, 8:34 a.m. in Tutorial, Internet Explorer, macOS by Emil S.
In previous years, Internet Explorer used to be the leading web browser. This is not until browsers like Google Chrome, Edge, and Safari came into the picture and knocked the Internet Explorer out of the throne. These new web browsers offered internet users better security and faster connections. They utilized ...Continue reading
How to enable Safari Pop-up BlockerPublished: April 5, 2020, 7:12 a.m. in How-to, macOS, iOS, Safari, Windows, Pop-Up, Browser by Emil S.
The Safari browser from Apple offers a pop-up blocker for Mac and Windows platforms. It is also present in iOS devices (iPhone and iPad). Blocking Pop-ups for Mac Platforms For Mac computers, the Pop-up blocker is available via the Web content section of Safari’s settings. Choose Safari then Preferences from the menu located ...Continue reading
A Guide on Changing Your Homepage in Safari BrowserPublished: April 4, 2020, 1:46 p.m. in iOS, Safari, macOS, Browser, Tutorial by Emil S.
If you have a favorite webpage and want it opened whenever you open and window or tab in your web browser, it launches Safari, this article is for you. You can select any page and display it when you launch your Safari browser. For example, if you usually start your ...Continue reading
Best Homepages: 8 iGoogle Alternatives.Published: April 1, 2020, 2:59 a.m. in Reviews, Browser, macOS, iOS by Emil S.
Back in 2013, many people were caught off-guard when Google discontinued their favorite web browser homepage without much fanfare. It was deemed a very useful and feature-rich browser enhancement during its time. However, it’s still possible for you to experience that kind of classic iGoogle homepage functionality and even more. ...Continue reading
How to Use Google Chromecast without a Wi-Fi.Published: March 25, 2020, 2:58 p.m. in macOS, Streaming, Android, Chromecast, iOS by Emil S.
Chromecast ordinarily connects via Wi-Fi to the Internet. However, by setting up a Wi-Fi network locally, you can still cast media to your Chromecast device without having to access the web. Just as long as you have content like movies or shows already downloaded and stored inside your primary device ...Continue reading
Free Proxy Server List Downloads.Published: March 25, 2020, 7:34 a.m. in Browser, macOS, Windows, Proxies, iOS, Android, Web Proxy by Emil S.
Going anonymous online is so much easier now that there is a lot of free proxy servers available. But because they are free, the time you get to use them is also limited since they can be taken out anytime. This is why you need not just one source of free ...Continue reading
How To View Internet Explorer Sites On A MacPublished: Aug. 22, 2019, 5:53 p.m. in Browser, Internet Explorer, How-to, macOS, Safari by Michael G
One of the most common and dominant web browsers on the internet was Internet Explorer or IE as it is commonly known. Later came Safari, Google Chrome, Firefox and another of Microsoft’s products the Edge. All of these browsers offer a more secure and user-friendly platform to its users. At ...Continue reading
How to Flush DNS Cache - Guide for Windows, Linux, and MacPublished: June 26, 2018, 5:41 p.m. in DNS, Cache, macOS, Linux, How-to, Windows by Asif Mumtaz
Did someone tell you to flush DNS cache and you have no clue where to begin? Or maybe, you are encountering countless 404 errors and you know it has something to do with cache. Whatever your motivation to delete the DNS cache, this guide provides easy but detailed methods for ...Continue reading