While Google Chrome has numerous applications, managing them can be a tedious process. Some of them appear on the right side of the address bar while other can only be accessed from the extension library. What if you could manage all of your apps at one single place? This is where the Google Chrome Extension Manager steps in.
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The Internet is rife with information. You can pretty much find information about almost anything on the Web. However, not all information on the web is comprehensible. For example, the language of the webpage you are viewing may be written in a language that you do not understand. You may also have difficulty understanding certain […]
Information in the Internet can be overwhelming, especially when you’re viewing multiple sources at one time. Diigo, primarily a research tool, is a way to focus and highlight important parts of an article and save it for viewing later.
If you read a lot of content on the Internet, chances are you also see a lot of ads, pop-ups, and other distracting elements that go along with a website. You might start out to read an article but never finish it because you were diverted into clicking another link or buying things online. Google […]
A lot of webmasters are adamant about their website’s color quality and arrangement. However, finding the right colors for your website is not always easy; it is a cumbersome process of trial and error. In some cases, the main colors of your website may not match certain objects and elements. What if you could somehow harmonize […]
While it is definitely one of the fastest Web browsers out there, Google Chrome has its own problems that may make you want to think twice about having it as your default browser. For example when you close the last tab, the browser automatically shuts down. Google probably does this to ameliorate user experience, but […]
Google+ might not be as big as Facebook (for now), but it does has its fair share of users and being tightly integrated with Youtube, Hangout and many other Google products make it a really useful social network, whether it is for personal uses or for marketing your brand. As good as it gets, it […]
Screenshots are great learning visual aids for any reader to understand a particular topic. This is why most tech blogs require at least one or two of these for most of its content. If you’re a regular tech writer, you’ll find that taking and editing screenshots is not as simple as it seems. There are […]
While Google Chrome comes with an Incognito Mode that allows you to browse privately, most of us are still using the normal mode and only switch to the Incognito mode when necessary. This may be a good solution for full private browsing session, but If you come across a website/content while browsing and only wanted […]