5 days, 5 killer tech tips Similar to the "Labs" section of Gmail, Google has a hidden list of experimental features that you can enable to enhance Chrome. Out of the bunch, we've picked a handful of flags that are safe and yet useful to the average Chrome install.
Chrome is three times more popular than its closest rival, Internet Explorer. But if you want to improve the Chrome experience further, you'll need to install some killer extensions. There are hundreds to choose from, but ever wondered what are those 2 or 3 really useful extensions you should be using, here are 5 of the very best.
Chrome Remote Desktop can be installed in any machine with a Chrome browser, regardless of the operating system. This brings the possibility of not only accessing your files and programs remotely like in traditional cases, but also the option of running Windows or macOS applications in your ChromeOS device.
5 days, 5 killer tech tips You just bought a new Windows laptop, built a new desktop, or are simply clean installing on a new SSD. Gotta love the smell of a fresh new machine, but now you have to get back to productivity zen by recovering your files and installing programs. We've compiled a list of essential programs to get you started.
Page reloading has long been a staple feature of web browsers and its original behavior has been kept throughout the years. Upon a reload, browsers check with the server if cached resources are still usable. This typically results in hundreds of network requests. In Chrome 56, improvements to this behavior produce reloads that are 28% faster and result in 60% less validation requests. You can download the latest stable version of Chrome for Windows, macOS and Linux here.
#ThrowbackThursday What’s more appealing than a shortcut? It's a quick way to take a task and make it less painful and easier to accomplish. If you save three minutes a day for a year, that’s a little over 18 hours. You could binge-watch the entire show Freaks and Geeks with four hours to spare. So, shall we get started?
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Vivaldi rose to fame as the Chromium-based browser developed by the creators of Opera. Since then it's continued to be fine-tuned into a great browser alternative to Chrome and Firefox. Feature highlights include tab stacking, side by side tabbing, built-in note/screenshot taking and most recently control for Philips Hue color lights.
#ThrowbackThursday For all its popularity Chrome is also notorious for its habit of consuming a lot of RAM and draining battery life on laptops. Google is continually improving in this area, but there are some things you can do to curb memory usage and keep Chrome from becoming slow and annoying. We'll also share some 'hidden' features to get the most out of your web browsing experience.