The software behemoth's new campaign wants you to take care of your online privacy, preferably by using its products a bit more.
A spate of small but important improvements to Firefox on desktops and Android gives you fine-tuning in "private browsing" mode, a new download manager, and multiple changes under the hood.
Doing some Web searches you want to keep extra private? Try private browsing, Do Not Track, and other tools.
You can prevent Google from customizing results based on your location, Web history, and other personal info one search at a time or universally, whether you're signed in or not.
Windows 8 packages Internet Explorer 10 in two different flavors--Metro and desktop, each with their own pros and cons. Which one is better, and how can you manage both?
Just because you've got nothing to hide, that doesn't mean you want anyone snooping while you browse the Web. There are several smart ways to disable most of the privacy invasions that have come to be the status quo of the internet.
Microsoft Internet Explorer 9 will feature a new security feature that lets you block advertisers from tracking you.
The three most popular browsers let you search and surf the Web without online ad networks and other trackers monitoring you--if you have the right privacy settings and add-ons.
Microsoft is introducing a feature to Internet Explorer 9 that gives users control over how sites can and cannot track their activity.
IE remains the most widely used browser, and version 8 is much safer than its predecessors; these six free add-ons help IE 8 users avoid malware and other Web dangers.