Firefox doesn’t integrate well in Gnome Shell desktop theme. Here are some ways you can use to make it looks like it truly belongs on the Gnome 3 desktop.
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Google Chrome’s default new tab page is boring and uninspiring. Here are some of the best Chrome extensions to revamp your default new tab page.
Reader and iReader for Firefox are two great extensions to implement a “Reader mode” in Firefox, but which is better? Let’s find out.
Converting text to speech is definitely a good way to be more productive. Here are some of the best chrome extensions for text to speech translation.
Your browser comes with some capabilities that have become obsolete. Here are some extensions to enhance browsers capability and performance.
Some of the extensions in Chrome store are using hidden adware to make money off of you. Here are some fixes for you to tackle the extension security problems.
Taking screenshots can be time-consuming. Here are 4 screenshots tools for Google Chrome that allow you to snap and annotate screenshots all in the browser.
Your computer came with a clock that is functional enough, but there are so many more ways you could have your computer tell you the time. The Chrome Web Store is filled with various clock apps and extensions. Here are 15 options that might just add an extra bit of excitement to how you check what time it is.
Browser extensions are useful as they allow you to do things not provided by the browser. But that doesn’t mean you should install extensions without precaution. Instead, you should employ safety when using extensions.
A malfunction extension that take up too much memory can bring the whole browser down. Here is a quick tip to view memory usage of extensions in Google Chrome.
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.
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.
Do you want to stay focus and block out those distracting sites? Here are some extensions that allow you to block websites in Google Chrome
There’s no shortage of note-taking apps out there, yet when it comes time to jot something down quickly to return to later, few note-taking options are as convenient as good old-fashioned sticky notes applications. The following are four Sticky Notes for Chrome applications.
A lot of web extensions for Google Chrome and Firefox are added daily, it’s hard to determine which one is really worth a try. With this roundup, we aim to make your life easier by giving you only the best new web tools that pass the MTE standards. Here are this week’s picks.
Google Chrome is not without problems. The download Bar remains there even after the download finishes etc. Here are some extensions that can reduce/eliminate these simple annoyance.
In the quest to become the fastest browser, Google Chrome skipped many features that would slow down its performance. Chrome Toolbox is an extension that you can install to restore these features. Check it out here!
Firefox is a beautiful browser when it works. After some time, though, it can get pretty slow just like any other browser as it starts consuming more resources to perform basic functions. To mitigate this, you’ll need to take a few steps to get rid of any extra burdens the browser might put on your system. Let’s get started!