desktop browser

desktop browser

A Web browser used in a desktop or laptop computer (see Web browser). Contrast with mobile Web browser.
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Last week I heard from a developer who had converted his Chromium-based desktop browser to an Appx package and submitted it to Microsoft in February.
A free, no-log, easy-to-use VPN is available directly in the Opera desktop browser - out today.
Desktop browser: The ability to play video within any version of any desktop browser is critical for most business requirements.
The Pushbullet app connects a phone or a tablet to a desktop browser so users can easily share files and photos between the devices.
It works online with a desktop browser or a smartphone app and all the presentations live in the cloud.
According to TechHive, to find if the Gmail account has been hacked, a user can log in the account from a desktop browser and locate the link labeled 'Details' at the bottom of the inbox screen.
And chances are you're not using a traditional keyboard and mouse, which desktop browser makers could count on you to have.
That's history now, because visiting an Instagram photo or video page via desktop browser and clicking the new share button to the right of the photo (directly below the comments button) allows users to see the embed code.
For the first time, the majority of customers doing their banking online are using a mobile device rather than a traditional desktop browser.
According to the latest figures fromStatCounter, Internet Explorer is now the second most popular browser with 30 percent of the global desktop browser market.
The desktop browser space is becoming increasingly competitive as Google's Chrome and Mozilla's Firefox continue to eat away market share from Microsoft's Internet Explorer.
65 percent of Orbitz hotel reservations made through mobile channels are for same day stays, versus 14 percent for reservations made through a traditional desktop browser.