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Nine Tasks You Can Handle Right From the Chrome Address Bar

Nine Tasks You Can Handle Right From the Chrome Address Bar – By Joshua Hawkins Lifehacker
Google Chrome’s address bar (or omnibox, as Google calls it), might seem simple, but you can actually do a lot more with it than just search for your favorite website. Turns out the Chrome URL bar also comes with a number of handy features baked right in. It can complete unit conversions, talk to Google Gemini, and even turn a browser tab into a blank notepad.

 

– Add Microsoft Defender Browser Protection To Google Chrome

How To Add Microsoft Defender Browser Protection To Google Chrome – By Lynnae Williams SlashGear
Installing Microsoft Defender Browser Protection on Chrome will give you real-time protection from a variety of threats you might encounter while browsing the internet. It automatically blocks access to dangerous websites, helping to stop the common ways malware is spread. As you load websites, Microsoft’s extension will actively scan them, stopping phishing attacks and downloads of potentially malicious files.

Chrome can now use Android’s default password provider instead of Google’s

Chrome can now use Android’s default password provider instead of Google’s – By Dallas Thomas Android Police
Chrome for Android now supports non-Google password managers to fill in passwords, improving user experience and personalization options. A hidden setting in Chrome allows users to choose their system-wide password manager for autofill, reducing reliance on Google’s manager.

ASUS Chromebook Plus CX34 double the storage $10 more

The striking ASUS Chromebook Plus CX34 gets double the storage for just $10 more – By Robby Payne chromeunboxed.com

Since the Chromebook Plus event back in October of 2023, there have been a few Chromebook Plus models that have been exclusive to certain stores. Specifically, the striking, gorgeous ASUS Chromebook Plus CX34 and it’s attractive, all-white chassis has been relegated to being sold only at Target for $399. It rarely goes on sale and for what I’m sure are a handful of reasons, many people don’t think to look at Target for their next Chromebook.

Here’s what’s in the now available Google Chrome 120 release

Here’s what’s in the now available Google Chrome 120 release – By Kevin C. Tofel aboutchromebooks.com
The latest iteration of Google’s Chrome browser is now generally available, bringing a number of fixes and features to macOS, Lacros, Linux, and Windows. The Google Chrome 120 release includes 10 security fixes, a refreshed Chrome Web Store, password sharing, and several other new features. Here’s what’s in the release 120 of the Chrome browser, which began rolling out to supported devices earlier this week.

Extensions to Check Your Grammar

The Best Chrome Extensions to Check Your Grammar – By Lindsey Ellefson Lifehacker
Whether you’re working on a formal report or a casual business email, whatever you write is going to be read by someone else—which means it should be grammatically correct. There’s no shame in struggling with grammar when writing; everyone has their skills, and those might not be yours. But we’re lucky enough to live in an age in which our own failings can be accounted for with technology—like these five grammar-checking Chrome extensions that can help keep your writing clear, concise, and easily comprehensible.

Update Google Chrome Right Now

Update Google Chrome Right Now to Fix a Security Exploit – By Arol Wright How-To Geek
With every update that’s released to an app or operating system, there is the chance a zero-day security vulnerability can strike. And when there is one, depending on the severity, it’s something that you want to address as soon as you get a chance, because it could very well be something that’s being exploited in the wild and can affect you. Now, there’s another zero-day vulnerability affecting everyone’s favorite browser, Google Chrome.

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