DNS over HTTPS (DoH) is a great new security and privacy standard for encrypting DNS requests. Here is how you can enable it in various browsers.
Google Chrome comes with some useful experimental features that are yet to be integrated into the core browser. Here are some of the best Chrome Flags you should enable right now.
Are you bored? Do you like playing games? Does the prospect of playing games sound like a cure for your boredom? Luckily for you, Google has your back.
If you are using a public machine to do work, you may want to use a portable browser on your USB drive. Here’s how to use your preferred browser on any PC.
Google Chrome comes with a feature that lets you change the font size of a website. This is useful with websites that have a font size that is too big.
Google Chrome offers a built-in antivirus scanner you can use to scan your device for programs that might be harmful. Here’s how to use it.
One of the problems Chrome users often face is a black screen. If you face this issue, there are several ways to fix the problem.
Augmented Steam is a browser extension for Steam that makes Steam better, friendlier, and in the long run, cheaper. Here’s how to use it.
It can be frustrating to land on a website with loud video ads playing in the background. Learn how you can mute an entire website in Google Chrome.
These are browser extensions that can cause harm to your computer. Here are some ways to safeguard and protect yourself from such extensions.
Have you ever wanted to create your own web browser? Follow the simple steps here to create a free basic browser that reflects your personal taste.
Looking for a way to show the actual password in your browser instead of just showing dots? Here are three ways to reveal a password in your browser to easily see or copy it.
Google Chrome offers a hidden reader mode that allows you to access the plain-text version of a website, without any accompanying ads or pop-ups. Here’s how to activate it.
If you are using Google Chrome, Google will track your web-surfing activity. Here’s how to find and delete your Chrome web activity data automatically.
All browsers, including Adobe, will cease to support Flash by December 2020. Here is what you can do if you really need to access flash content.
Chromebook runs Google Chrome browser by default. If you are not a fan of Google Chrome, here is how you can install Firefox on Chromebook as your default browser.
If you use Safari or Chrome, you may want to switch to Firefox, as an upcoming update will reduce power consumption for macOS users up to three times.
While your browser comes with a default home page, you can easily set it to your favorite site. Here’s how you can set a custom homepage on various browsers.