The Browser User Agent is a unique browser identity that tells web servers what type of browser the user is using. Depending on the user-agent, the web server can decide to build web pages using different formatting (mobile vs. desktop) or information (OS-specific pages).
However, the user agent can also be changed right from inside the browser to “trick” the web server into providing information in a specific way. This is very useful for developers to test their sites, to see how their website looks on different browsers and devices.
In this tutorial, we are going to show you how you can change user agent in major browsers. Read full post →How To Change The User Agent
Yesterday was a very big day for Microsoft as it finally rolled out Windows 10 in 190 countries across the globe. As part of the launch the company has also released Office Mobile apps for Windows 10 which are now readily available to download in all launch markets. These apps have been built from the ground up for a superior experience on touchscreen devices while maintaining all of the capabilities that people expect from Office apps.