• Android-like Privacy Indicators Coming to Chrome OS

    Google is bringing a recently added privacy feature from Android to Chrome OS. On your Android phone, a green bubble appears whenever an app accesses the camera or microphone. You’ll soon see this on your Chromebooks too. Enable Privacy Indicators As usual, Google’s plan to add privacy indicators to Chrome OS showed up in the […]

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  • How to Disable Extensions in Chrome

    Extensions add new features to Chrome, enhancing your browsing experience. However, occasionally you might want to disable an extension. Here is how to disable a Chrome extension. Disable Chrome Extension Click the three-dots settings menu. Choose Settings. From the left pane, select Extensions. (You can also open a new Chrome tab and go to chrome://extensions […]

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  • How to Save a Web Page as a PDF in Google Chrome

    Are you looking for a way to save an entire web page as a PDF file? You can do this using Google Chrome. Let me show you how. Save Page as PDF Using Google Chrome Open the webpage you want to save as a PDF file. Press CTRL + P or choose Print from the […]

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  • How to Stop Chrome From Asking to Save Passwords

    Google Chrome has a built-in password manager. You can automatically generate complex passwords and save them to your Google account using Chrome’s password manager. However, if you do not want Chrome to remember passwords, the ‘Save Password’ popup can become annoying. In this article, I will show you how to disable Chrome’s password prompt. Turn […]

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  • How to Delete Bookmarks on Google Chrome

    Bookmarks allow you to save and easily access them on your browser. In this article, I will show you how to delete your Chrome bookmarks. These steps will work on Microsoft Edge and your Chromebooks. Delete Bookmarks To delete bookmarks on your browser: Click the three-dots settings menu. Choose Settings. Click Bookmarks and then choose […]

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  • How to Reopen Recently Closed Tabs in Chrome

    This article explains how to restore closed Chrome and Chromebook tabs and also how to restore a browsing session after a crash. We will start by restarting a closed tab and move on to keyboard shortcuts and more. Restore Closed Tabs To restore a recently closed Chrome tab: Click Settings (three dots icon next to […]

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  • Chrome Side Panel Can Now Open Webpages

    Here is the latest update to Chrome’s side panel: a URL bar. Yes, you can open websites on the side panel. Side Panel Webview Google recently added many features to the side panel including feed and customization options. The latest addition to this list Webview, an option open web pages. Here is the new flag […]

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  • How to Make Text Bigger or Smaller in Google Chrome

    Google Chrome has a default text size. Sometimes, you might want to make the text big or small. In this article, I will show you how to increase or reduce text size on websites using Chrome. Change Text Size on Chrome Let’s start with a quick shortcut. I use this when a specific website has […]

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  • How to Show or Hide Home Button on Google Chrome

    Google Chrome has a Home shortcut on the address bar. This article explains how to show or hide the Chrome home button. Show or Hide Home Button on Chrome The home shortcut is a quick and easy way to reach your browser’s home page from any page. To show or hide the home button: Click […]

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  • How to Move Chrome Side Panel Left

    Google recently added a sidebar to Chrome. Google is currently busy adding new and existing features to the sidebar. In the meantime, they also added an option to change the position of the sidebar. In this article, I will show you how to change the Google Chrome sidebar from right to left or left to […]

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