If you work with both Firefox and Chrome, and need your bookmarks to be available on both of them, here is how you can sync bookmarks between Firefox and Chrome.
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One of the way you can use to protect your online privacy is to make use of an Onion Routing connection. In this article, I will explain what onion routing is and how it can benefit you.
Have you ever needed to print out a Web page, but didn’t have a printer? Or maybe you have a printer, but you’re just looking to save your ink and paper? Whatever your situation, one of the best and easiest solutions to this problem is to simply save the Web page as a PDF file.
How do you find important email messages in your Gmail account? You probably use a filter/label combo or maybe you simply use the Gmail search bar. However, you may also want to browse Gmail messages by icon, since pictures are so much more appealing.
Currently, if you want to browse privately, you probably open up your browser and turn on the privacy mode in the browser. This tutorial shows you how to turn on the privacy mode automatically after you start the browser.
Gmail allows its users to upload files from Google Drive but what if you are using other cloud storage service? Here is how you can easily attach files from multiple cloud storage services including Dropbox, Box, Picasa, etc to Gmail.
How often do you use the Google Bar – you know, that black bar that sits at the top of most of Google’s websites? If you’re like me, you probably don’t use it often because it’s a bit of an inconvenience. Here’s how to customize the Google Bar so that it will work for you.
If you are looking for an easy way to master Gmail, here is a good way for you to master the keyboard shortcuts for Gmail.
It takes a lot of time and effort to keep track of all that goes on in different social networks we have signed up for, but we do it anyway. Fortunately for Chrome users, Chime is an extension for bringing consolidated notifications of networks such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and many others.
If you’re like me, you probably leave websites open in a tab because you want to check them out at a later time. With Page Snooze, you can snooze them until that later time – no need to have 10+ tabs open with the pages that you want to go back to later.