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  • Maxthon 6 May Updates

    Hello Maxers, We updated Maxthon 6 four times in May, from version 6.0.0.1300 to version 6.0.0.1600. Here are the changelogs: Functions Optimized: 1.1 Improved the browser UX [6.0.0.1300] New UI for History and Downloads; [6.0.0.1300] Added the option for changing personal info under the account menu; [6.0.0.1300] Added the button for switching core to the […]

  • Why Does Maxthon 6 Choose BSV?

    Last week, we announced that Maxthon6 is the first Bitcoin-powered browser. Many users wonder why choose BSV as the underlying blockchain. Today we will talk about the thinking behind this. Bitcoin was invented in 2008 by Satoshi Nakamoto and started in January 2009. Its source code was released as open-source software. In June 2017, developers led by hardware […]

  • How Different Hosting Service Can Affect Web Browsing Experience

    How Different Hosting Service Can Affect Web Browsing Experience The common folk always think that if you find yourself a domain name, your website is set and ready to be activated. Well, the common folk are wrong. There is a whole process when making a website active and successful. After setting your domain name, it […]

  • Maxthon Browser 5.1.3.2000 Officially Released!

    Maxthon Browser 5.1.3.2000 Officially Released!

    Hi Maxers, Today we bring you a more stable release version of MX5: V5.1.3.2000. A switch of hardware acceleration was added in this version, enabling you to turn on and off the hardware acceleration mode freely at any time. Here are the bugs fixed in this version:   Bug Fixed: – Hardware acceleration mode added; […]

  • Maxthon Browser 5.0.4.1000 Officially Released!

    Maxthon Browser 5.0.4.1000 Officially Released!

    Hi Maxers, Today we bring you a more stable release version of MX5: V5.0.4.1000 Here are the key changes: Functions Optimized: Optimized Ad blocker’s filter rules auto update Better rendering experience when minimize and restore browser window Maxnote main UI optimized Improved Maxnote data syncing efficiency Bug fixed: Displaying issue for note sync while failed […]

  • WWDC is Coming With iOS11

    WWDC is Coming With iOS11

    On Feb. 16, Apple announced the time for its WWDC (World Wide Developers Conference) 2017, which will be held in San Jose, California from Jun 5 to 9. As usual, Apple will preview its next-generation mobile operating system at WWDC 2017. Given the latest version now is iOS10, the upcoming one will be the 11th […]

  • Maxthon Joins Forces with Cloud Photo App Trunx

    Maxthon Joins Forces with Cloud Photo App Trunx

    Hello Maxthons, Maxthon has recently teamed up with a great new cloud-based photo and video app, Trunx. Trunx is your digital memory bank in the cloud. The free mobile app gives you 15 GB to back up and organize your photos and videos. Then, you can remove the originals from your device to free up tons of storage space. You can also import photos from […]

  • Maxthon Nitro: how it all started

    Maxthon Nitro: how it all started

    Here, at Maxthon’s San Francisco office, when we saw this: http://www.zdnet.com/article/microsoft-is-building-a-new-browser-as-part-of-its-windows-10-push/  we did a double take. That was the second major browser company touting a ‘lighter, simpler and more minimalist browser’ project in less than 6 months. The first was Mozilla, leaked in August just after Chris Beard was named its new CEO.  Here’s a link to […]

  • The latest version of Maxthon Nitro is available today!

    The latest version of Maxthon Nitro is available today!

    We are happy to announce Maxthon Nitro Version 1.0.0.3000. It’s a patch version of Maxthon Nitro 1.0.0.2000. Most crash issues were resolved to stabilty and rendering speed. Downloads: Installer version: https://dl.maxthon.com/mxnitro/mx_nitro_1.0.0.3000_492955e8120038c4026da698bc76fe8b.exe Portable version: https://dl.maxthon.com/mxnitro/mx_nitro_1.0.0.3000_a784899cdc08c27f79fe11646a2ba5ec.zip Try it out and let us know what you think!

  • 2015 Browser Wars: Yahoo’s Slimy Web Browser ‘Upgrade’ Ruse

    2015 Browser Wars: Yahoo’s Slimy Web Browser ‘Upgrade’ Ruse

    All that’s old is new again.  Over the holidays we got not one, but three signs that the browser wars are alive and well in 2015.  They appear to be in one of their cyclical, heating-up phases. Today we’ll focus on how Yahoo, Mozilla, and Google are prompting users with false upgrade warnings to switch browsers […]