How to Uninstall or Disable Extensions in Google Chrome – By Benj Edwardshowtogeek.com
Extensions can add a wide range of new features and functionality to Google Chrome, but sometimes you need to remove or disable one or more of them. Here’s how to do it.
How to enable Chrome’s new secret Read Later feature – By Catalin Cimpanu zdnet.com
The latest version of the Google Chrome browser, v86, released earlier this month, contains a secret Read Later feature reminiscent of the old Set Aside function from the classic Microsoft Edge browser and the current Pocket integration from Firefox.
How to Change Your Default Google Account on the Web – By Joe Fedewa howtogeek.com
It’s easy to use the web with multiple Google accounts signed in at the same time, but you will always fall back to the “default” account. It’s a little tricky to change this, but it can be done.
The Google Side Panel Will Blow Your Mind! – By Simpletivity youtube.com
Have you seen the side panel in Gmail, Drive, or Google Calendar? Did you know that it’s much more than just a small view of other Google Apps?
Unlock Chrome OS 87’s Full Potential with these 3 Hidden Features – By Chrome Unboxed youtube.com VIDEO
Chrome OS 87 has been with us for a few weeks at this point and it came along with some pretty sweet upgrades and new features. With every version of Chrome OS, however, there are hidden extras that may or may not make it into production with the initial release, but are in good-enough shape that they are worth trying out.
How to Open Chrome’s Incognito Mode with a Keyboard Shortcut – By Benj Edwards howtogeek.com
If you ever need to do some private browsing in Google Chrome, it’s easy to quickly open an Incognito window using a keyboard shortcut. In this special mode, your browsing history won’t be stored on your local machine. Here’s how to launch it.
How to Delete and Recover Deleted Emails in Gmail – By Marshall Gunnell howtogeek.com
Deleting emails is just one of many steps for basic inbox hygiene, but with that comes the occasional accidental deletion of an important email. We’re here to show you how to both delete emails and, with some luck, recover them in Gmail.
Follow These Steps to Send a Website URL Through Your Email Client – By Heinz Tschabitscher lifewire.com
Sharing a URL is the easiest way to point someone to a specific web page. You can email URLs through any email client, like Microsoft Outlook, Gmail, Windows Live Mail, Thunderbird, Outlook Express, etc.
How to use Chrome Remote Desktop to Access Your Computers – By Simpletivity youtube.com VIDEO
Want to access your work or home desktop computer from anywhere? It’s easier than you think with Chrome Remote Desktop. In this video tutorial, Scott Friesen shows you why remote access is useful and how to set up Chrome Remote Desktop in just minutes.
How to Search Open Tabs on Google Chrome – By Joe Fedewa howtogeek.com
Browser tabs can be a blessing and a curse. It’s handy to have multiple pages open at once, but if you use a lot of tabs, it can quickly become hard to manage. That’s where Google’s Chrome Tab Search comes in.
How to stop those annoying website notification prompts – By JR Raphael theverge.com
Browsing the web on a desktop computer can sometimes feel like a carefully crafted test of your sanity. You’ve got ads and auto-playing videos popping up left and right, and you’ve even got pop-ups from sites asking you for permission to send more pop-ups in the form of notifications. It’s enough to make anyone crazy.
What’s New in Chrome 87, Available Now – By Joe Fedewa howtogeek.com
Google has added more solid updates to its popular browser with the release of Chrome 87. Along with the usual developer goodies, Chrome 87 includes a brand new PDF viewer, more performance updates, and fresh wallpapers for Chrome OS.
Learn how to setup Chrome Remote Desktop to remotely access your computer from anywhere using your Google Account and a browser. It’s currently free with a Google account. Works with Windows, Mac, Linux & Chrome and you can access from any device with a browser or your phone or tablet using the app.
How to Change Your Home Page in Google Chrome – By Benj Edwards howtogeek.com
Google Chrome opens with a “New Tab” page by default, but it’s easy to open the browser with a custom startup page instead. You can also set the page that appears when you click an optional “Home” icon on your toolbar.
New Password Protections (and more!) in Chrome – By security.googleblog.com
Passwords are often the first line of defense for our digital lives. Today, we’re improving password security on both Android and iOS devices by telling you if the passwords you’ve asked Chrome to remember have been compromised, and if so, how to fix them.