Posts Tagged ‘Chrome 53’

Let the Browser Battery Wars Begin

Wednesday, September 7th, 2016

As more and more people switch to browsing the internet via portable devices, it’s no surprise that the browser companies are now focusing their development and marketing strategies on battery life.

Remember the time when browser developers focused on JavaScript speed? This started with the release of Google Chrome, and Google’s initial focus on speed. While that certainly helped, especially since organizations and companies like Mozilla or Opera had to improve their engines as well to provide users with a similar experience, it put other features such as customization or control on the backburner.


Chrome 53 breaks HTTPS Everywhere

Tuesday, September 6th, 2016

Apparently, Chrome 53 has a problem with HTTPS. If you’ve noticed that some of your extensions are no longer working, here’s what to do …

If you are a Google Chrome user on the stable channel, you may have noticed that some of your extensions stopped working with the update to Chrome 53. While any number of extensions may be affected by this, the issue has been confirmed for HTTPS Everywhere and Privacy Badger.