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Chrome Gets an SSL Warning Page Similar to Firefox

As an ex-firefox user, I have fond memories of the SSL warning page from Mozilla. Google is bringing something similar to Chrome; something that looks and works the same way. The new SSL alert page spotted by Fernando Miguel has: The SSL alert message explaining the nature of the connection the website Instructions/Suggestions on how to proceed […] Read More

Ubuntu Ubuntu 13.10 May Ship With Chromium As Default Browser Instead of Firefox

Ubuntu developers are pondering the idea of making Chromium the default browser for the next major release of Ubuntu, v. 13.10 code named Saucy Salamander. "In a discussion on the subject at the current Ubuntu Developer Summit developers expressed broad support for the change, saying that they are “leaning towards” supporting such a switch" reports OMG […] Read More

You Can Try WebRTC on Chrome for Android Beta Now

WebRTC wants you to use your browser to make voice and video calls. When this feature hits Chrome for Android, you do the same thing, from your phone. Video calling through the browser it is. If this is the first time you are reading about it, WebRTC is a free, open project that enables web browsers with […] Read More

“First Versions of Chrome OS Were Based on Firefox”


That's news to me. I am sure it is for most of you. Here is the deal. Jeffrey Nelson, an ex-Googler and the guy who created Chrome OS (before it was Chrome) has written detailed article about how Chrome OS was born, and how it run Firefox, not Chrome, because Chrome was yet to be born! […] Read More

Chrome Can Now Talk to Firefox Through WebRTC

WebRTC is a free, open project that enables web browsers with Real-Time Communications (RTC) capabilities via simple Javascript APIs. The WebRTC components have been optimized to best serve this purpose. Teams at Mozilla and Google have been working to integrate this new communication platform into their browsers and things are almost ready. Here is a video […] Read More

Google Chrome Browser for Windows RT – No, Not Yet!

Is Chrome an app on Windows 8 RT? Is it available from Google or Microsoft apps store for Windows 8.1? Unfortunately, no. Google is yet to announce Chrome for Windows RT. It sure is a disappointment.Read on to understand why Google Chrome is not available for Windows RT. I got to see a few video reviews […] Read More

Google Chrome Will Support “Do Not Track” Soon

Meet the new security feature coming to Chrome, "Do Not Track" It is already available for Firefox, IE and Safari. Google will ad this feature to Chrome by end of the year. Well, it does pretty much the same thing as what the name says. Here is the official description of this initiative. provides guidelines on […] Read More

Uninstall Google Chrome Completely from your Computer (Windows or Mac)


Looking for a way to remove Google Chrome from your computer? This guide helps you uninstall Chrome from Windows or Mac computers. This article covers uninstalling Chrome from different operating system and also includes steps to remove files that do not get removed with standard uninstall.  I have got a few tips that you can […] Read More

Firefox User’s Guide to Chrome

This is a guest post by Peter Mugi of Cloud High Club - Peter is a big fan of cloud-based OS (e.g. Chrome OS & Joli OS), web apps and online services.  He is a proud owner of a Cr-48 Chromebook.  Image via Firefox was once the major (probably only) browser in my computer. […] Read More

Use Facebook Inside Google Plus #Chrome

Update: I have removed a major part of this post since the extension mentioned here was not so clean;). I have another extension that you can install, with much more functionality, and straight from the Google Chrome Web Store. Check it out here. Once installed, the extension will add a Facebook icon on top of your […] Read More

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