The latest release of the Google Chrome browser features some changes to the user interface. Here’s how you can customize Chrome’s new tab page without using extensions.
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The default history page in Chrome is simple and bare bones. Here are some extensions to enhance Chrome’s history and make searching your history easier.
Changing a browser’s user agent allows you to test your site for different browser. Here is how you can change the user agent in Chrome, Firefox and MS Edge.
Google Chrome doesn’t come with a way for you to easily lock down your browser. This shows a way to lock Google Chrome with passwords.
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.
You can easily lose all your open tabs when your browser crashes. Luckily, both Firefox and Chrome have options for you to properly manage your sessions.
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.
Facebook added the live-screen sharing features last year. Learn how you can easily share your screen with Facebook friends on Google Chrome.
Google Chrome would like to make URLs both easier to understand and more secure. They’re proposing changing the whole system, charging it doesn’t work the way it should.
Google Chrome is no longer actively supporting Flash, and you might encounter plugin errors occasionally. Here’s how you can fix plugin errors in Chrome.
Can’t get Netflix from Kodi? With the Chrome Launcher add-on you can access all your streaming services like Netflix from Kodi with Google Chrome.
If you have a lot of bookmarks in your browser and find it hard to manage them, these tips will help you properly organize your bookmarks in Chrome.
Windows 10’s new Timeline feature is great, but it only works for Microsoft Edge. This article shows how to make the Timeline feature work on Firefox and Chrome.
The Google Chrome web browser is going to start warning its users when it hits a site that is still HTTP.
Version 67 of Google Chrome is now instituting the known Spectre fix despite the fact that it’s known it will chew up significant memory.
An old Chrome bug has been taken advantage of once again by scammers trying to hit unwitting users with tech support scams.
If you are looking to automate daily repetitive browsing tasks, these five extensions for your Chrome browser will automate your Web experience.
While Chrome extensions have allowed us to have a great deal of flexibility to customize the browser, beware, as you might have installed a fake ad-blocker extension you thought would protect you!