• Chrome to Let You Hide Email IDs on UI for Privacy

    Chrome to Let You Hide Email IDs on UI for Privacy

    Google is working on a new privacy feature that will let you hide your Google account ID on various UI elements. Let’s start with the experimental flag that I spotted today: Hide non-displayable account email: Hide the Google account email that should not be displayed on various UI surfaces. This is not a feature where […]

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  • How to Add a Password Manager Shortcut to your Home Screen

    How to Add a Password Manager Shortcut to your Home Screen

    Google Chrome comes with a built-in password manager. It is not available as a standalone app. However, you can add a shortcut to your Android phone’s home screen. Adding a Password Manager Icon to your Android Phone

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  • Google Chrome to Get ‘Read Anything’ Feature for Sidebar

    Google Chrome to Get ‘Read Anything’ Feature for Sidebar

    Google seems to be experimenting with a new version of reader mode called Read Anything. The new feature will be available on the Chrome sidebar. Read Anything This isn’t the first time Google is trying to help us read web content. We have seen ‘distilled’ versions of web pages on desktop and Android. This feature […]

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  • How to Set Incognito Default on Google Chrome

    How to Set Incognito Default on Google Chrome

    In this article, I will show you a workaround to always open Google Chrome in incognito mode. Incognito mode helps browse the internet privately. You can open an Incognito window from the Chrome menu or with the keyboard shortcut CTRL + SHIFT + N. What if you want a way to always open incognito mode, […]

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  • How to Enable Google Chrome Memory Saver

    How to Enable Google Chrome Memory Saver

    Google Chrome is always hungry for memory on your computer. Do you regularly have performance issues with Google Chrome? Try enabling Chrome’s memory saver and see if it helps. Enable Memory Saver on Google Chrome Note: memory saver is not available on the Stable version of Google Chrome yet. If you do not see this […]

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  • Charging and Low battery Sounds Coming to Chromebooks

    Charging and Low battery Sounds Coming to Chromebooks

    Google is working on adding system sounds to Chromebooks. With this essential feature, your Chromebook will make tiny noises when you connect it to a charger or when the battery is low. System Sounds for Chromebooks According to a new Chromium Gerrit code change, I spotted today, Google is adding system sounds to Chromebooks. This […]

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  • How to Remove Chrome Extensions

    How to Remove Chrome Extensions

    Extensions add exciting features to Google Chrome. However, whenever you face an issue with Chrome, it is most likely created by an extension. This article shows you how to remove extensions from Google Chrome. Uninstall Chrome Extensions Did you find this tutorial useful? Let me know in the comments section below.

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  • How to Backup a Chromebook

    How to Backup a Chromebook

    Almost everything on a Chromebook backs up automatically to your Google Drive account. In this article, I will show you how to enable backup for everything on your Chromebook. Google Chrome Backup Like the desktop version, the Chrome browser on your Chromebook backs up passwords, bookmarks, and more to Google Drive. Here is a list […]

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  • How to Enable Navigation Buttons on Chromebook Tablet Mode

    How to Enable Navigation Buttons on Chromebook Tablet Mode

    Your Google Chromebook can display Android-like back and launcher buttons in tablet mode. Here is how to enable them. Show Back and Launcher Icons on a Chromebook To enable navigation buttons on your Chromebook: From the launcher, open the Settings app. From the left pane, select Accessibility. Select Cursor and touchpad. Click and enable the […]

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  • How to Highlight Chromebook Mouse Cursor

    How to Highlight Chromebook Mouse Cursor

    Chrome OS allows you to highlight the mouse cursor while it moves. The red circle around the cursor makes it easy to spot. In this article, I will show you how to enable the mouse highlight on your Chromebook. To highlight the mouse the pointer while it moves: From the launcher, open the Settings app. […]

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