Google, Apple, and Microsoft have teamed up to improve Internet browsing

Google, Apple, and Microsoft have teamed up to improve Internet browsing

Safari and Google Chrome browser icons are seen displayed on the phone screens in this illustration photo taken in Poland on February 20, 2020. (Photo illustration byJakub Porzycki/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

The world’s three largest technology competitors and Mozilla Firefox have teamed up to improve Internet browsing.

The three largest companies, Microsoft, Google, and Apple, have a large share in the rapid development of technology around the world, be it software or hardware. Are understood. Individually, these three companies are always striving to provide the best services and products to their customers.

But Microsoft, Google, Apple and Mozilla Firefox are working together on a new project to further improve Internet browsing for consumers.

According to the technology website Cnet, teams from Google’s Chrome browser, Apple’s Safari, Microsoft’s Edge, and Mozilla Firefox are working to improve extensions in their browsers. Adding these extensions to the top browsers will improve the overall user experience.

According to the report, these companies have announced to come together in the World Wide Web Consortium. And for that purpose, they have created a line forum. Named the Web Extensions Community Group (WECG), the forum provides a platform for engineers to create common and secure extensions.

The report states that WECG-enabled extensions can be downloaded from the individual store in the browser and that all browsers will work independently with their technical, review, and editorial policies. This joint effort aims to make users’ browsing safer and easier with extensions.

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