A new Chrome update looks at what Windows 10’s dark mode settings are and replicates them as closely as possible within the browser itself.
If your mouse scrolling suddenly doesn’t work in the Google Chrome browser, you can use the following tips to fix the scrolling issue in Chrome.
Some browser extensions can invade your privacy and steal your personal data. Use Extension Police to examine Chrome extensions and limit the chance of installing bad extensions.
Don’t worry about the dragons. Firefox about:config contains many ways for you to customize the browser. These are our favorite about:config tricks.
Mozilla solve the problem of not being able to share larger files by launching Firefox Send, a free, encrypted file-transfer service that allows you to share large files via a browser.
Microsoft Edge is preinstalled in Windows 10, and now it can start up on its own. Here is how you can block Microsoft Edge from running in the background.
While uBlock Origin is the most powerful and versatile ad blocker available, its design is also a little obscure. Here we’ll show you how to get the most out of uBlock Origin.
What is the difference between Chrome Apps, extensions and plugins? Here we explain the differences between them so you always know what you’re looking for.
Do you want to stay focused and block out distracting sites? Here are some ways that allow you to block websites in Google Chrome.
Google Chrome comes with picture-in-picture support by default. Here’s how you can make use of the integrated picture-in-picture mode in Chrome.
More than 65% of Internet users browse the Web with a Chromium-based browser. Why are varous browsers moving towards Chromium, and what does it mean for the future?
By default, Google Chrome automatically saves all the downloads to the “Downloads” folder. Learn how to manage and change Google Chrome download settings.
Gmail only allows you to forward one email at a time. Multi Forward is a Chrome extension that lets you quickly forward multiple emails. Check it out.
As we are surfing more and more from our phones, we need to safeguard our privacy. Here are some privacy-focused browsers for Android you should use.
Google Chrome comes with various command-line switches that you can append to the app launcher. Here are some of the more useful Chrome command line switches you should know and use.
Microsoft Edge comes with a built-in dictionary that makes it possible for you to see the meanings of words just by hovering above the words. Here’s how to use it.
The latest version of Microsoft Edge came with a “News Feed” feature that shows articles when you open the browser. Here’s how to disable that.
Google started to label all non-HTTPS sites as “Not Secure.” If you have encountered such sites, this shows how to find out if it’s secure and what you should do.
There are plenty of web browsers around, and some put extra emphasis on user privacy. Here are some of the best web browsers with a heavy focus on privacy.
You may not know it, but Google Chrome comes with a built-in dictionary you can use. Learn how to add and manage dictionaries and languages in Chrome.