Chrome does an excellent job of storing your browsing history, cache and cookies to optimize the performance and usability of surfing the internet. That said, if you’re privacy-minded or just like to run a tight ship, clearing away old browser data is a good practice to do on a regular basis.
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The Google Chrome browser has a nice feature which automatically clears your websites cookies each time you close the app. Here’s how to enable it.
I’ve been using Chrome for a few months now, but I’ve never actually seen the Favorites bar, until today. While testing a new java bookmarklet I realized that I needed a favorites bar to properly use it. Firefox automatically has the favorites bar visible, but in Chrome it is hidden by default. So, let’s quickly […]
Google Chrome is set to automatically update when you restart it. But if you leave it open for days, you miss out on groovy new features. Here’s how to manually update it.
Animated GIFs have come back with a vengeance and can be quite annoying when they play automatically while you’re browsing. Here’s how to stop them.
When Google updated its Chrome browser to version 49, you might have noticed that it displays your extension icons on the toolbar, but you can hide them.
Maintaining your privacy online is part of an overall computing security strategy. Here’s some Chrome extensions that will help stay private and secure.
Social Lockpicker is a Google Chrome extension that allows you to unlock content that requires a Facebook Like or tweet before you’re able to view it.
Google recently released Chrome Apps that you can run on your desktop – outside of the browser. They’re currently available to Windows and Chromebook users.
If you like using multiple browser tabs at the same time on your monitor to multitask, these free Google Chrome extensions will make your life much easier.
Chrome’s performance is praised by a lot of people. Too bad we can’t say the same about its start page. Maybe its time to remedy that with these extensions.
Chromecast is Google’s latest attempt at having a viable entertainment device in the living room. While still early in development, here’s five tips to get more out of it.
Google Chromecast is designed to provide internet streaming content. It’s not necessarily meant to stream local files, but you can with the Chrome browser.
Watching your Roku while working on a laptop in the living room is a common occurrence. So why not make it easy to control the set top box from your browser.