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Productive tips, tricks and hacks for your desktop browsers.
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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.
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With Eversign, you no longer have to print out your document to sign it.
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Firefox’s recent update to version 60 started displaying sponsored ads on a new tab. These are the steps to disable sponsored ads in Firefox.
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The new browser, Opera Touch, adds some new features to simplify some basic browsing tasks and might attract your attention. Find out how you can get the most from Opera Touch.
If you are looking to automate daily repetitive browsing tasks, these five extensions for your Chrome browser will automate your Web experience.
If you don’t want a browser extension watching your every move, it’s a good idea to see if the browser extension is safe before you install it.
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