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.
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.
Microsoft has been claiming that its Edge browser is superior to other browsers. We pitted Edge against Chrome to see which is a better browser.
Google Chrome’s offline mode creates a local cache of all visited web pages so that you can view them when offline. Here’s how to enable it.
Do you hate video ads that automatically play when you load a website? This shows an easy way to disable video autoplay in Chrome and Firefox.
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.
Using Bing on Windows 10 to search for a Google Chrome download can inflict you with malware and adware when downloading Chrome.
If you’re a Chrome user but dislike that Google impedes on your privacy, here are the best Chromium-based browsers that have the same experience as Chrome.
Chrome 70 comes with a new feature that allows you to create web apps on the desktop. Learn how to install progressive web apps to your Chrome desktop.
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.
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.
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.