Passwords are something we tend to forget, once we start using password managers, save password in browsers and use other ways to secure our online properties. Truth is, I never remember any of my passwords because of the simple reason is that if I remember my password, I will be tempted to type it and [...]
Google just took the wraps of the most awaited conference of the year – Google I/O 2013. This year is a lot different from the blockbuster of the yester year, where Google Glass was launched with much fanfare and excitement. This year it was more on the software front. Though no new upgrades to either [...]
Recently we posted various articles to make browsing pleasurable on the Google Chrome. Chrome, a great browser, can be enhanced with the help of extensions written by third-party developers. A number of extensions exist to deal with the problem of managing tabs. We have even covered a cool extension on managing 100s of tabs with [...]
Google Chrome has a built in feature that saves “recently closed” tabs as a list. Using the recently closed list you can quickly open a webpage that was recently closed or accidentally closed. The “recently closed” list of tabs in accessible from Google Chrome’s new tab page. If you have accidentally closed a bunch of [...]
Social Networking has come about in a big way. People are hooked to social networking sites now more than ever. There are many that have jumped into the social networking bandwagon apart from the obvious and popular ones like Facebook and Twitter, such as Google Plus, Instagram, Quora and so on. One thing that is [...]
Google Chrome is one of the favorite browsers among the internet users today. It’s minimalistic look, quick browsing and no frills browsing has made many a fan of the browser. But, despite all these features, there are certain chores that many users face in Chrome. Developers have switched up the gear and have delivered many [...]
Many of us working in the industry have faced this situation a countless times – Your parents call up and ask for help on some of the common things on their computers. Often you find it difficult to explain the process over the phone, especially when you are miles away from your parents and your [...]
Google Chrome is a fast and minimalistic browser which everybody loves. But you might have stumbled into cases when you wish that some tabs were there all the time, search quickly without having to type google.com, move between tabs swiftly and so on. Here we will discuss few tips and tricks that you will love. [...]
Ever had 100 or more tabs open in Chrome and find it tough to manage these tabs? Does your computer slow down often while browsing multiple tabs in Google Chrome? Do you find the bookmarks in Chrome a little lacking? Google Chrome is a great browser. It is fast and minimalist and provides maximum space [...]
Google had a very interesting feature called “Realtime search” which showed latest tweets directly on www.google.com/realtime. The feature was immensely helpful because it allowed me to see the latest tweets of emerging events in real time, directly from a Google search result page. But during mid 2011, Google killed and completely dropped its Real time [...]
Some good news for Windows users who use Google Chrome as their default browser and always wondered whether there is a way to save Windows battery life by tweaking the Google Chrome settings to consume less power. The answer is a clear yes and the best part is that you don’t have to be a [...]
FavBackup is a free portable utility that helps you backup browsers like Firefox, Chrome, Internet Explorer, Safari and Flock. The backup can be restored or moved to a different computer for transferring customized browser environment.
Google introduced a brilliant speech recognition engine in Chrome 11, which uses Chrome’s speech API to translate spoken words to text. All you have to do is click the small microphone icon on a webpage and you can type in words with your voice. This can be really useful when you are dealing with form [...]
I have been using Google Chrome as my default browser for the last two years and I really love using it. But one big drawback of Google chrome is how it handles flash elements on web pages. This can mean YouTube videos, advertisements, video ads and so many other widgets that often times, Chrome gives [...]
Thankfully, Google Chrome team has finally announced tab sync for multiple devices, which means, now you can access open chrome tabs on just about any computer where you have Google Chrome installed and you are signed into the same Google account. If your Android phone or tablet is running on the latest Ice Cream Sandwich, you can access Chrome tabs on Android within a few mouse clicks.