7 Chrome Flags You Should Enable for a Better Browsing Experience

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Spread the loveTweet This post was first published in Aug 2016, and was updated in Jun 2017. Google Chrome has enough features to shake a stick at, or perhaps more…


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Google prepares publishers for the release of Chrome ad-blocking

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Spread the loveTweet Photo by Thomas Trutschel/Photothek via Getty Images reader comments 241 Share this story News that Google intends to install an ad-blocker in its Chrome browser shocked the tech and publishing…


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5 Extensions to Make the Most of Chrome’s Omnibox

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Spread the loveTweet If you use Google Chrome, you may have noticed that the “address bar” can be used for more than simply typing in websites. In fact, we’ve talked about…


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How to Enable the Hidden YouTube Dark Mode

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Spread the loveTweet Youtube hides a dark mode within developer settings, but it is easily accessible to the public. Dark Mode will simply turn any white background areas of YouTube’s…


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How to Check If You’re Running 64-Bit Chrome and How to Get It

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Spread the loveTweet Google has announced that it’ll be auto-migrating 64-bit Windows users to the 64-bit version of Google Chrome. If you’re moderately clued up about computers, you’ll probably know…


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How to Turn Any Website into an App on Linux

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Spread the loveTweet Web apps have become increasingly popular over the last few years due to huge advancements in browser technology and have replaced their desktop counterparts for many users.…


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5 Great Chrome Extensions for Gmail to Make You More Productive

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Spread the loveTweet Gmail is the most popular email service out there. Why shouldn’t it be? It’s free, easy to use, and comes with features that make it a great…


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Report: Google will add an ad blocker to all versions of Chrome web browser

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Spread the loveTweet Enlarge / A totally-not-official rendering of what the Chrome Adblocker logo might look like. Ron Amadeo reader comments 17 Share this story The Wall Street Journal just…


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