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    Should You Only Use Google Chrome on a Chromebook?

    If you have a Chromebook, you’ll have Chrome pre-installed. Many Chromebook users tend to stick with Chrome as their default browser, but is this the best choice for you? Should you only use Chrome on your Chromebook, or are there better options out there? Google Chrome and ChromeOS As you’ve likely guessed, Chrome and ChromeOS are closely related. While Chrome…

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    How to Use Bing AI in Google Chrome

    Bing AI is an upgraded version of Microsoft’s search engine combined with ChatGPT. Bing provides more interactive and personalized results through its chatbot. Obviously, you’ll need to use Bing to utilize Bing AI, but that’s not all. Bing AI is only available if you access the search engine through Microsoft Edge. MAKEUSEOF VIDEO OF THE DAYSCROLL TO CONTINUE WITH CONTENT…

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    How to Copy Code From Websites Using Chrome, Firefox, and Edge

    Creating a website from scratch can leave you scratching your head, depending on the project’s complexity. This time-consuming skill can take months or years to master. As a result, most professional coders have developed processes and shortcuts to refine their skills. This includes keeping a handy list of the most popular and repetitive programming code. In this article, you’ll learn…

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    8 Features Google Should Add to Chrome

    Google Chrome has been the world’s favorite browser for about a decade. However, that doesn’t necessarily mean it’s the best browser. Browsers like Vivaldi and Opera have more advanced feature sets than Chrome. Even Edge includes some notable features Chrome doesn’t have. Seldom has Chrome ever had cutting-edge features not seen before in other browsers. However, users can at least…

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    Chrome Tabs Keep Auto-Refreshing? Here’s How to Fix It

    If you have a lot of tabs open, your system might run low on memory, so Chrome keeps refreshing those tabs. If you’re in a hurry to find a piece of certain information, you know how annoying it is to wait for a tab to reload. Don’t worry if it’s getting on your nerves, though, because we’ll discuss the solutions…

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    8 Ways to Stop Websites Opening Automatically in Chrome

    By opening unwanted websites in new tabs, Chrome often frustrates its users. Hidden malware might be to blame, but the issue could also be in your browser settings. Let’s take a look at eight different ways to stop unwanted websites from opening on Chrome. 1. Block Pop-ups and Redirects Using redirects, websites can send traffic to their desired location, which…

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    The 6 Best Hidden Features in Google Chrome for Improved Browsing

    Google Chrome is one of the most popular web browsers in the world, used by millions of people for their everyday browsing activities. While many of us are comfortable with the basic features of Chrome, there are plenty of hidden features that when used correctly can greatly improve your browsing experience. In this article, we’ll explore six of the best-hidden…

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    5 Chrome Extensions That Let You Identify Music as You Browse

    Nothing is more satisfying than hearing a good song that grabs your attention. Whether you’ve heard a familiar song, or you’re hearing a great piece of music for the first time, and you desperately want to find out what it is, you’ll need something to help you find the details of the song there and then. Here, we’ll give you…

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    Fake ChatGPT Chrome Extension Steals Facebook Logins

    A malicious Chrome extension using ChatGPT’s name is being used to steal users’ Facebook logins for malicious advertising. A Fake ChatGPT Extension Is Targeting Facebook Users Facebook and Chrome users are being targeted by a malicious browser extension using the well-known name of the AI-powered chatbot ChatGPT. On March 8, 2023, Guardio Labs researcher Nati Tal stated in a Medium…

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    How to Change Website Background Colors in Edge, Chrome, and Firefox

    Chrome, Edge, Safari, and Firefox surprisingly lack options for changing website background colors. That’s a pity, since options for modifying background colors on sites with odd coloring schemes would come in handy for making text and page content clearer. However, you don’t have to rely on web designers to implement good color schemes on their websites. You can change the…

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    5 More Chrome Extensions to Manage the “Too Many Tabs” Problem

    Since the dawn of time, even before the dinosaurs, mankind has struggled with the problem of having too many tabs open in the Chrome browser. And so, now and again, new extensions for tab management are trying to solve tab overload. No solution is perfect, as we all have different browsing patterns. But perhaps one of these new add-ons for…

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    How to Disable the Password Saving Pop-Up in Chrome

    Google Chrome’s password pop-up can help keep track of your login details. Some users, however, may find the message bothersome. While designed to store passwords efficiently, the message pop-up may not be to everyone’s taste. Some users may not want their browser to store their login details for security purposes. If you are a user who wishes to disable the…

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    How to Reduce Google Chrome’s Memory Usage and Free Up RAM

    Why does it always seem like Chrome is using too much memory? The web has changed in recent years. Applications that would only run on desktop computers now run in the browser, but this comes at a cost. Modern browsers use a lot of RAM, and Chrome is among the worst offenders. With just a little bit of effort, there’s…

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    Google Chrome vs. Safari: Which Is the Most Secure macOS Browser?

    Safari and Google Chrome are two of the most popular browsers today. But if you’re using macOS, does one browser outweigh the other in terms of safety? Which of these two world-renowned browsers is more secure for macOS? Google Chrome vs. Safari: Background Safari and Google Chrome were developed and launched by two tech giants: Apple Inc. and Google, respectively.…

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    The 6 Best Chrome Extensions for When You Don’t Know What to Cook

    If you’ve ever tried to cook regularly, then you’re no doubt aware that one of the hardest parts of cooking isn’t making the dish, but figuring out what exactly it is that you’re going to make. Luckily, there’s a wide range of different Chrome extensions that aim to tackle this problem in a variety of different ways. Whether it be…

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    How to Change Permissions for a Chrome Extension

    After installing Chrome extensions, you remain in complete control of everything. Here’s how to change an extension’s permissions in Google Chrome. The Chrome Web Store is home to tons of free apps, extensions, and themes to add to your Chrome browser, allowing you to do much more. Adding browser extensions can make visiting web pages and using the web more…

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    How to Mute Tabs With One Click in Google Chrome

    As Google Chrome grows, it’s been getting even more useful features and advanced settings to play with. Among them was a one-click tab muting feature that enabled you to mute tabs by clicking their speaker icons. Google removed that feature, but then re-established it earlier in 2022. However, the big G inexplicably disabled the one-click tab muting again in the…

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    The 15 Best Chrome Extensions for Programmers and Developers

    If you’re a programmer who doesn’t use Chrome, you’re in the minority. There are so many reasons to prefer this browser for programming purposes, such as Google’s massive influence on the direction of the web, the built-in features that make development less frustrating, and the sheer number of available extensions. That last point is a crucial one. As of this…

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    You Can Now Lock Incognito Tabs When Closing Chrome on Android

    Google Chrome now lets you automatically lock your incognito session when you close the browser on your Android device. It’s always nice to see a tech feature arrive that takes the cringe out of interacting with our fellow humans. And this one does just that. The feature means you can set your incognito session to lock automatically when exiting Chrome…

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