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.
20 Chrome Browser Settings You Should Change! 2020 – By TechGumbo youtube.com
These are the 20 Google Chrome settings you should change… The Google Chrome browser with a 65% market share is the most popular internet browser. While it’s user friendly, there are tweaks you can do to make it work better for you.
Chrome 85 rolling out: 10% faster page loads, collapsible Tab Groups, PDF editor, more – By Abner Li 9to5google.com
Following version 84’s release on Android, Mac, Windows, Linux, and Chrome OS, the next release of Google’s browser is rolling out today. Chrome 85 sees faster page loads, the ability to collapse/expand Tab Groups, and much more.
My 6 Favorite Chrome Browser Extensions by BizMagic Podcast
Don’t you just hate it when you’re in the middle of researching something interesting and your computer starts to slowwwwww down to a painful pace and you know you’re going to have to close some tabs but you don’t want to lose your place? Or maybe you want to be a good Internet patron and keep all of your accounts secure, but you can’t be bothered to create unique and complex passwords for every site because then you’d have to remember them all!
Our 12 Favorite Chrome Extensions – By lifehacker.com
The Chrome Web Store is a mess, sure, but that doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t use legitimate extensions to improve your browser experience—whether that’s on Google Chrome or the resource-friendlier alternative, Microsoft’s Edge Chromium.
How to Save Google Chrome Tabs for Later – By Khamosh Pathak howtogeek.com
When you’re researching online, you might come across multiple pages you want to refer back to later. Instead of leaving them open and wasting precious resources, you can use the following methods to save your Chrome tabs.
Why the Acer Chromebook Spin 713 Is Now My Everyday Carry – By Chrome Unboxed youtube.com VIDEO
How to Pin and Unpin Extensions from the Chrome Toolbar – By Khamosh Pathak howtogeek.com
Not all extensions are made equal. Some extensions, like Grammarly, work quietly in the background and don’t need an icon in the Chrome toolbar. Here’s how to pin and unpin extensions for a cleaner Chrome toolbar.
How to Change Chrome’s Default Text Size – By Benj Edwards howtogeek.com
If you often have trouble comfortably reading websites in Google Chrome due to text that is too large or too small, it’s easy to change the default font size (and font face) for every page on Windows, Mac, Linux, and Chromebooks. Here’s how.
Google Chrome just fixed the worst thing about web browsing — how to get it now – By Brittany Vincent tomsguide.com
Google Chrome may have single-handedly eliminated one of the most annoying things about surfing the web: popups.
How to Make Text Bigger or Smaller in Google Chrome – By Benj Edwards howtogeek.com
If you’re having trouble comfortably reading text that is either too small or too big on a website in Google Chrome, there’s a quick way to change text size without diving into Settings. Here’s how.
Does Private or Incognito Mode Make Web Browsing Anonymous? – By Matthew Hughes howtogeek.com
Private is a relative term. This is abundantly clear when it comes to “private browsing”—the setting in a web browser that supposedly allows you to hide your history from others who use the same computer.
Acer Chromebook Spin 713 review: Peak Chrome OS value – By Ryan Whitwam androidpolice.com
For the first few years, Chromebooks were only worth buying if they were cheap as dirt. As Chrome OS has improved, so has the hardware. While Chrome OS is still more limited than Windows or macOS, there's an argument to be made for a nicer piece of hardware running Google's software. Not too nice, though. Chromebooks like the Pixelbook or Galaxy Chromebook are too expensive to be genuinely competitive. The Spin 713, on the other hand, is priced just right.
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How to clean up Google Chrome when it's slow or acting up – By Kyle Bradshaw 9to5google.com
These days, you can’t get hardly anything done without a good, working web browser, but what do you do when Google Chrome starts acting up? Here’s a guide for how to clean up some of Google Chrome’s most common issues including slow loading, excess notifications, using the wrong search engine, and more.