G++ extension is a handy extension for Google Chrome and Firefox that lets you manage Facebook and Twitter from inside Google+.
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Too many tabs in Google Chrome makes it unresponsive and hogs system resources. Here’s how to close all open tabs with one click.
By default, Google Chrome is installed with the English language as the default, but many people don’t use English as their first language. If you want to change default Google Chrome language, here’s how you can do it.
Google Chrome has a built in PDF viewer which opens any PDF file in the browser, which can be saved for later reading too. A lot of times this causes Chrome to be unresponsive or slow down while a large PDF loads.
Many people find it annoying when they have to transfer bookmarks from one browser to another. If you recently switched to Google Chrome from Firefox and want to transfer your bookmarks, here’s how to do it.
By default, when you do a search in the Chrome Omnibar, it uses Google by default. If you want to search a specific site, Chrome makes it easy to add you’re own custom sites to search.
Would you be okay with someone stalking you online? It sounds creepy. Yet, this is something that over 600 companies do to users all over the internet on a daily basis. Here’s a free Browser plugin that can do something about it.
A Few days back, I posted a guide to so Firefox users to delete their browsing data at exit. If you use Google Chrome and want to make sure that there is no trace of the websites you visited — here’s how to delete everything when you close Chrome.
Normally, when you launch Google Chrome browser, it shows you the most visited websites or the last opened pages. Many people prefer to open specific websites as soon as they start Google Chrome. If you’re one, here’s a quick guide to help you out.
Recently Twitter agreed to stop tracking its users if they enable the proper settings in their browsers called “Do Not Track”. Here’s how to enable them for the most common browsers.
Did you know that you can replace the new tab page in Google Chrome via an extension? If you’re looking for something different in your browser here is a good place to start.
There are times when we are working online and want to jot down ideas, perform calculations, etc. so that we can work on them. For example, if you are a student and researching about any topic, writing down different points on a piece of paper or even word can be annoying as you have to switch windows. Dashboard for Google Chrome solves this problem.
Google Chrome is always updating automatically in the background. When it updates, it leaves the files for the old version behind. These files let you rollback your current version to the previous one. Here’s how to delete or backup the previous version of Chrome files.
If you like Google Chrome and keeping your browsing private, use Incognito mode. Here’s how to always start Chrome in incognito mode by default.