• You Can Soon Customize Chrome from the Side Panel

    Is Google trying to make the side panel a swiss army knife for Chrome? It sure looks like it. Here is a list of items we currently have on the side panel: Reading List Bookmarks Journeys Feed If these weren’t enough, Google has one more item to add to the list. Customizing Chrome. Customize Chrome […]

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  • Chrome’s App Menu is Getting a Big Upgrade

    Do you use the Google Chrome app menu often? I am talking about the list of apps that appear on chrome://apps on Windows and macOS computers. If you are a regular user of the app menu, you are in luck. Google is preparing a major update for chrome://apps page. If you do not use this […]

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  • Chrome is Testing a New Guided Method for ‘What’s new’

    Google recently added a ‘What’s new’ page to Chrome detailing all the new features in a release. The next iteration of this page will have a ‘guided’ flow. Allow me to explain. Guided ‘What’s New’ Have you noticed little popups on your phone screen showing you how to use an app when you launch it […]

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  • How to Disable ‘Show Notification’ Requests in Chrome

    Websites can use Google Chrome’s built-in notifications system to send you notifications. There are a bunch of websites that I use these notifications on. However, when these notification requests show on every other website you visit, it becomes annoying. Let’s disable these notification requests, shall we? Click the three-dots settings icon. Choose Settings. From the […]

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  • How to Stop Chrome Automatically Logging Into Websites

    Google Chrome has a built-in password manager that can remember your passwords. It can also automatically log into websites where you have saved your credentials. What if you want to disable this automatic login? Google Chrome has an option to stop automatically logging into websites. Here is how to stop Chrome from automatically logging into […]

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  • Chrome Side Panel to Be a Feed Reader?

    Update: The flag is now available in the Canary channel. However, the feed is not working yet. Before anyone accuses me of clickbait, the title reflects my confusion about this upcoming feature. Truly. Remember the option to follow websites using Google Chrome on Android? Google might be bringing this feature to the desktop version of […]

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  • How to View Your Saved Credit Card Numbers in Chrome

    Google Chrome’s autofill feature helps you store passwords, addresses, and more. You can save your credit card numbers for fast online checkout. This article shows you how to view saved credit card numbers on your Google Chrome browser. View Saved Credit Card Numbers in Chrome To view saved credit card numbers: Click the three-dots settings […]

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  • Chromebooks to Get MAC Address Randomization

    Media access control (MAC) addresses are used to identify devices on WiFi networks. For additional security, you can randomize them. ChromeOS is working on MAC address randomization for Chromebooks. MAC Address Randomization If you ask Edward Snowden, he will tell you about how agencies track you on networks using your device’s MAC address. To work […]

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  • How to Disable Google Lens Search in Google Chrome

    Google Lens allows you to search the internet using images instead of keywords. Lens search is now built into Google Chrome. This article will show you how to disable Google Lens search in Chrome. Disable Google Lens Search Google Lens is an experimental feature at the moment. Google Chrome uses switches called “flags” to test […]

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  • Separate Shelf Auto-hide Settings for Tablet and Clamshell Modes Coming to Chromebooks

    Google will soon give you additional controls for the Chromebook auto-hide shelf settings. With an upcoming update, Google is adding an option to configure this option separately for tablet and clamshell modes. Auto-hide Shelf ChromeOS, like other operating systems of the world, gives you an option to auto-hide the taskbar. However, you cannot configure this […]

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