Google Chrome guide for experts and power users.
Getting Started with Google Chrome
This section teaches you how to do some basic things with Google Chrome.
- What Is Google Chrome?
- How Do You Get Google Chrome?
- Download Google Chrome Complete Offline Installer
- Change Google Chrome Theme
- How Do You Get Google Chrome to Remember Your Passwords
- Reduce Volume of Chrome on Windows Without Reducing System Volume
- How to Delete History in Google Chrome
- How To Go Incognito on Google Chrome
- How do you Get Google Chrome to Translate a Page
- How To Change Google Chrome Backgrounds
- How To Clear Cache in Google Chrome
- Google Chrome – How to Set Homepage
- Download Google Chrome Offline Installer Latest Full Version
- Where Are My Favorites In Google Chrome ?
Tweaking Google Chrome
- How To Reset Your Google Chrome Profile
- Google Toolbar for Chrome – Complete Guide
- Disable Google Now
- How to Disable Chrome’s Redesigned Bookmark Manager
Tweaking your new tab page
If you do not want the default new tab page of Google Chrome, here is a list of alternatives:
- Top 7 New Tab Page Replacements for Chrome and Chromebooks
- Onefeed Puts a RSS & Social Feed Reader on your New Tab Page
- Fruumo Is A Cool New Tab Page Replacement – RSS Feed, Clock, Weather and Facebook Integration
- “new metroTab” is Awesome Windows 8 Style NTP for Chrome Complete with Live Tiles
- X New Tab Page – Another Neat Chrome New Tab Page Replacement
Save Tabs on Exit
Chrome has save browsing session feature. Do this to save tabs in chrome when exiting:
- Click the icon on the browser toolbar.
- Select Settings. If you’re using a Chrome device, click Show advanced settings at the bottom of the page.
- In the “On startup” section, choose the option Continue where I left off
How to Enable Cookies
- Click the Chrome menu icon .
- Select Settings.
- Near the bottom of the page, click Show advanced settings.
- In the “Privacy” section, click Content settings.
- Enable or disable cookies:
- To enable cookies, select Allow local data to be set (recommended).
- To disable cookies, select Block sites from setting any data.
How to Bookmark Pages
- Use keyboard shortcuts: Ctrl+D (Mac: ⌘-D)
- Click the star icon on the toolbar. The star turns when you bookmark a page
- Manually add a bookmark. Right-click the bookmarks bar and select Add page.
- Drag a link from the page you’re viewing to the Bookmarks bar or a bookmark folder to create a bookmark for the link. Similarly, you can also drag the globe or lock icon in the address bar to create a bookmark for your current page.
Securing Google Chrome
For the security conscious mind.
- How To View Permissions for Chrome Extensions You Have Installed
- How To View Chrome Extensions Interacting With A Web Page
- How To Enable “Do Not Track” on Google Chrome
- How To Control Permissions for Any Website From Google Chrome Addressbar
Pro Tips for Google Chrome
Looking for something advanced? Here you go!
- How to install Opera Extensions in Google Chrome.
- How To Fake Your Location in Google Chrome
- Quickly Open Google Cached Pages in Chrome
- Decode Base64 Strings With Google Chrome
- Is Google Toolbar Built Into Chrome? – Yes Almost!
- How To Backup Your Chrome Bookmarks Without “Chromesync”
- How to Update Extensions Manually
Tips to Save Your Time
A few tips that will help you save time while browsing!
- Type mailto: on Chrome Omnibox To Open Email Compose Window, Gmail or Outlook
- Type “Set Timer” to Set Timer From Chrome Omnibox
- Make Chrome Your Notepad With This Small Trick (The Easiest Note Taking You Can Think of!)
- How to View Saved Passwords Hidden Under Asterisks on Chrome
Getting to Know Google Chrome Themes
Introduction to Chrome Packaged Apps
What is a Packaged App on Chrome and Chrome OS?
In simple words, they are the native apps on the Chrome (and Chrome OS) platform. They are built using the technology that is used to write websites. However, unlike the normal web apps, packaged apps run offline by default.
Here is a list of packaged apps that you can get started with.