Tag: WebP

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LibreOffice 7.4 makes Microsoft compatibility a key factor

LibreOffice 7.4 makes Microsoft compatibility a key factor

The Document Foundation launches version 7.4 of the free open-source software suite LibreOffice. The release offers interoperability with macOS, Windows, Linux, and the world's leading software, Microsoft Office. Microsoft file compatibility has been a massive issue for businesses and users look... Read more

date1 month ago
Google introduces Squoosh for Chrome to create faster web pages

Google introduces Squoosh for Chrome to create faster web pages

Google Chrome Labs has introduced an open-source web-based image editing app called Squoosh. The app shows how images can load faster with Google's WebP image container format. WebP was introduced by Google in 2010 under an open-source license. The format is a so called lossy compressed format, whic... Read more

date4 years ago
Both Firefox and Edge support Google’s WebP image format

Both Firefox and Edge support Google’s WebP image format

Mozilla Firefox and Microsoft Edge get support for Google's WebP image format. This makes Apples Safari the only remaining browser that does not support it. The support has already been added to Edge, and Firefox will follow later this year. WebP was conceived and developed by Google eight years ago... Read more

date4 years ago