Computers have revolutionized seemingly everything. Telling someone you created music used to mean that you knew how to play an instrument or two, but now people can create tunes just by pushing keys on their keyboard. If you want to learn or perform music the old-fashioned way, here are a number of ways you can use Google Chrome to help.
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Google Chrome makes it easy to access recently visited websites and a wide range of apps on the new tab page, but managing bookmarks can be a bit of a chore. Humble New Tab replaces the new tab page with your bookmarks and other content. Oh, and for those that care, it’s open source.
Managing multiple Twitter accounts can be tedious, especially if you want to maintain a consistent online presence in all of them. Fortunately, there is a Chrome extension called QuickTweet that allows you to quickly access multiple Twitter accounts with just a few clicks.
Having too many tabs open can be a problematic issue at times. Not only does it become difficult to keep track of the sites you’re visiting, it can also slow your system down. With Sidewise, you can easily manage your Chrome browser tabs and place unused tabs into hibernation mode to help free up resources.
While you are busy working on your computer, it can be a hassle for you to reply to a lot of SMS texts from your phone. With Gtext for Google Chrome, you can now send and receive SMS texts from the Gmail window.
Have you ever experienced working from a location where an Internet connection is not available? It may not happen all the time, but when it does, a lot of work gets put on hold, especially email. If you use Gmail, a good backup plan for this unavoidable situation is Gmail Offline, a Chrome app. This app allows you to access your Gmail without an Internet connection.
We frequently have multiple tabs open – researching posts and keeping potential ideas at hand. For all of this I utilize multiple extensions to control everything. It is a juggling act that is always on the verge of going out of control! One way to keep it in control is to add Recycle Bin in Chrome.
Web and browser-based games have always been popular amongst even hardcore gamers. They’re a way to kill time, have fun with friends and blow off steam. Since the Chrome Web Store introduced Games to the mix, Chrome users have been adding games to play. This article shows you what you need to know about Google Chrome games.
Google is introducing so-called “packaged apps,” applications that run natively inside of Google Chrome. How will this affect your computing experience? Will this be the next step to total cloud computing? Let’s find out!
QR codes are becoming increasingly popular these days. In this article, we will show you how you can quickly create QR codes directly from your browser’s context menu.