You may not know it, but there are many ways to get more out of Gmail. You can schedule emails, track them, keep your inbox uncluttered, and yes, use your Gmail offline!
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Looking to play some funny or mean practical jokes on your significant other, friends or family? Then these practical joke extensions for Chrome are a must.
Chrome is a great browser, but it can be made even better with extensions. Here are 7 of the best Chrome extensions you should try to make it more useful.
One of the attractive factors of the Chrome browser is the vast number of extensions it has. Here are some useful Chrome extensions you should check out.
Chrome will always send a prompt when you install an extension. Find out about the various Chrome extension permissions and how you can protect yourself.
If you prefer the mouse more than the keyboard, here are some mouse gesture addons you can add to Chrome and Firefox to improve your productivity.
Google Chrome allows you to assign custom hotkeys to perform basic tasks. Learn how you can set up custom hotkeys for Chrome extensions to boost your productivity.
For WordPress and Chrome users, there are plenty of Chrome extensions you can use to improve your WordPress usage. Here are some of the best extensions to use.
While Google Calendar is one of the most popular calendars out there, it is still not perfect. Here are some of the best Chrome extensions you can use to improve Google Calendar.
Looking to have quick access to your music directly from the browser? These music extensions for Chrome give you quick access to all sorts of music services.
Did you know that you can add extensions to enhance Chrome’s Omnibox? Here are 5 of the best extensions to add extra functionality to Chrome’s Omnibox.
Gmail is the most popular email service out there, but some things could still use some work. Use these Chrome extensions for Gmail to tune things up and increase your productivity.
There are times when you need to access your Android from the Desktop. For Linux users, here is how you can cast your Android screen to a Linux desktop.
Most of the Chrome extensions you install are disabled in Incognito Mode by default. Here’s how to enable Chrome extensions in Incognito mode.
Highlighting text on the Web is very useful when reading or researching. Here are the best Chrome extensions to annotate text on the Web. Check them out!
You probably don’t know that you can connect to computers remotely using Google Chrome. Check out the best remote desktop extensions for Chrome here.
When using a PC for a long period of time, eye strain is definitely an issue. Fortunately, you can add “night mode” to your browsers to solve the issue. Learn how you can add night mode to Chrome and Firefox.
If you want to save a website for offline reference, saving it as a PDF file is the best way to go. Here are the various ways to convert websites to PDF in Chrome.