Most browsers don’t come with a “Find and Replace Text” function. If you need it, here’s how you can add the find and replace feature in Chrome and Firefox.
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Chromebook doesn’t come with a lot of memory, but here’s a quick fix. You can create swap to solve the memory issue. Here’s how it is done.
Facebook added the sticker feature in its comments section. For those who dislike it, you can disable stickers in Facebook comments in Chrome and Firefox.
Tab Resize is a Chrome extension that allows you to easily split the screen layout to display multiple tabs in one tiled view. Let’s check out how it works.
Firefox comes with a Quick Find feature that allows you to search for text when you start typing. Here is how you can get the same feature in Google Chrome.
If you like to share tidbits of quotes, and other useful information from blog posts or websites, Micro Sharing for Chrome will make this task easier for you.
There are many ways to access and manage your Twitter account. For Chrome users, you can easily manage Twitter in Chrome with SilverBird.
Google Chrome’s default new tab page is boring and uninspiring. Here are some of the best Chrome extensions to revamp your default new tab page.
The user agent is important for developers to test their site on different browsers/devices. Here is how you can change the user agent in Firefox, Chrome and IE.
When you need to do research that’s heavy on citations, you can use Citable to quickly save websites’ link and notes to a Google Spreadsheet document.