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Microsoft’s Edge browser is coming to Linux in October

Microsoft’s Edge browser is coming to Linux, starting with the Dev channel. The first of these previews will go live in October. When Microsoft announced that it would switch its Edge browser to the Chromium engine, it vowed to bring it to every popular platform. At the time, Linux wasn’t part of that list, but by late last year, it became clear that Microsoft was indeed working on a Linux version. Later, at this year’s Build, a Microsoft presenter even used it during a presentation. Ima...
Tags: TC, Microsoft, Tech, Web Browsers, Software, Computing, Linux, Freeware, Edge, Google-chrome, Chromium, Microsoft Edge, Android Microsoft, Microsoft Ignite 2020

Shutting off your iPhone could mean losing default settings in iOS 14

Apple Apple just released iOS 14, the newest software update for iPhones. For the first time, iPhone owners can set the default browser and email to services not run by Apple. Those settings disappear when the iPhone restarts, and Safari once again becomes the default.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Apple just released iOS 14, with some major updates like home screen widgets and Siri, along with dozens of more minor adjustments. One of these new features is the abili...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Google Chrome, Firefox, Google, Trends, Siri, Tech, Safari, Nintendo, App Developers, Apple Apple, Safari Apple, Tech Insider, Adrienne Porter Felt, Mary Meisenzahl

Browser-Based vs Installed Webinar Software

Web conferencing software can be broadly split into two categories… Those that require users to install software on their device (PC/Mac/Tablet/Smartphone), and those that run in a web browser without requiring local software installation. As with everything in the tech world, there are added complexities… Browser-based platforms may require presenters to install an add-in or a local executable in order to do screen sharing. Install-based platforms may offer the option of a limited-functionality...
Tags: Apple, Google Chrome, Microsoft, Iraq, Iran, Blogging, Opinions, Tips, Skype, Ken Molay, PC Mac Tablet Smartphone, Chrome Safari Firefox

iOS 14: How to Set Google Chrome as the Default Browser on iPhone and iPad

Apple made a change in iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 that enables third-party browsers and email clients to be used as default apps, meaning users who don't get on with Safari or Apple's native Mail app can choose an alternative and it will be opened automatically whenever the system requires it. The latest version of Google Chrome now supports this ability, so anyone on iOS 14 can set Google's app as their default browser and it will be used to automatically open web page links that are tapped in oth...
Tags: Apple, Chrome, Google Chrome, Google, Firefox Opera, Ios 14

Google Chrome calculates your autoplay settings so you don't have to - others disagree

We'll just let muted videos autoplay on Chrome for Android because publishers can't be stopped. Google's rules for when its Chrome browser allows and blocks the automatic playback of web audio and video have come under fire following a company developer's decision not to address objections to the removal of autoplay blocking controls from Chrome for Android.…
Tags: Google Chrome, Google, Linux

How to print directly from your Android device using Google Cloud Print

With Google Cloud Print, you can send items to your printer from your Android phone. Maskot/Getty Images You can print from an Android mobile device easily using the Google Cloud Print app. Google Cloud Print uses Wi-Fi and cloud technology to communicate with servers and printers so that you can quickly print on-the-go. Visit Business Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. If you want to print a photo or document directly from your Android mobile device, you don't need a compu...
Tags: Google Chrome, Google, Android, Microsoft, Trends, Google Docs, Print, Google Cloud, Google Cloud Print, Tech Insider, Product Card, BI-freelancer, Tech Reference, Software & Apps (Reference, Tech How To, Newsroom Affiliate How To

Google Chrome calculates your autoplay settings so you don't have to - others disagree

We'll just let muted videos autoplay on Chrome for Android because publishers can't be stopped Google's rules for when its Chrome browser allows and blocks the automatic playback of web audio and video have come under fire following a company developer's decision not to address objections to the removal of autoplay blocking controls from Chrome for Android.…
Tags: Google Chrome, Google, Software

How to post on Instagram from your phone or computer, using the official app or an internet browser

Posting on Instagram is simple. Oleksiy Boyko / EyeEm/Getty Images You can post on Instagram at any time using the free mobile app, or on a desktop with Safari or Google Chrome. The Instagram app lets you post photos, videos, and more with just a few taps. If you're posting on Instagram from a Mac or PC, you'll have to change your browser settings.  This story is part of Business Insider's Guide to Instagram. Since its release in 2010, Instagram has taken the world of social media by storm...
Tags: Iphone, Google Chrome, Google, Android, Facebook, Instagram, Mac, Trends, Social Media, Pc, Safari, Steven John, Instagram App, Tech Insider, Instagram Story, Product Card

Break Free from Google’s Tracking With Ungoogled-Chromium

For those who don’t know, Google Chrome is built on the top of the Google Chromium browser, which is an open source browser released under BSD license having almost the same features as in Google Chrome. Don't use Chrome nor Chromium... Instead, use this fully Google-free Ungoogled-Chromium if you want to stay away from Google's eyes.
Tags: Google Chrome, Google, Linux, BSD, Google Chromium

Huge Google Chrome update includes improved tab groups and a built-in PDF reader

Designed to help you stay more productive and make the browser 10% faster
Tags: Chrome, Google Chrome, Google, News, Trends, Computing, Web Browser

Google just made Chrome better with performance and productivity tweaks

Google Chrome is getting a slew of updates today meant to make the app zippier and keep you more productive, both on the desktop and mobile. Let’s jump right in. Performance improvements First up, the company says it’s sped up tab loading in the app by 10 percent, along with other improvements. The browser should be 7.3% more responsive on Windows and 3.9% on Mac, load content 3.5% and 2.3% faster, and generally run websites 11.4% and 7.7% faster than previous versions of Chrome. Perhaps more im...
Tags: Google Chrome, Google, Startups, Insider, Plugged

How to turn on dark mode in Google Chrome on your computer or mobile device

You can turn on Google Chrome's "dark mode" to make browsing easier on your eyes and conserve battery on your device.  Windows, Mac, and iPhone devices have their own dark mode settings, which will make Google Chrome open in dark mode when activated. Only Android allows you to update Google Chrome from directly within Chrome's settings. You can also install an extension or theme that will let you put Google Chrome into dark mode on your own, or browse Chrome in "incognito mode." Visit Business...
Tags: Apple, Google Chrome, Google, Facebook, Trends, Google Chrome Web Store

101 essential Google Chrome browser keyboard shortcuts for Mac, PC, and Linux users

Like your computer, the Google Chrome browser comes with its own full set of keyboard shortcuts.  While Chrome's keyboard shortcuts are available across devices, they will differ slightly depending on the operating system you have. There are Chrome keyboard shortcuts for tab and window navigation, browser features and tools, the address bar, and more. Visit Business Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. When used, keyboard shortcuts can save users a lot of time.  Google Chrome ma...
Tags: Google Chrome, Google, Mac, Trends, Walmart, Google Docs, Command, CTRL, Mac Linux, Command Shift, Ctrl Shift, Mac Catalina, Apple Acer Chromebook, Command Option Right, Command Option Left, Chrome Help Center

List Of The Best SEO Chrome Extensions In 2020

The work of many SEO specialists is not complete without different tools that help facilitate and improve their everyday tasks. When doing a routine job, it is important to not be bored with it and cut the time and effort spent on them. Moreover, there are hundreds of useful extensions that may help them in this regard. Let’s pay our closer attention to some of them below. 1. Grammarly. This tool deserves its place among the best Google Chrome extensions available for users in 2020. If Englis...
Tags: Google Chrome, Google, Startups, Resources, Canada, Chrome Extensions, Alexa, Google Pagerank, Browser Plugins, Chrome SEO Google Chrome SEO, SEO Status SEO Status, SEO SERP

How to delete saved passwords on your Mac computer, either one-by-one or all at once

You can delete saved passwords on a Mac by opening the Keychain Access app. Any password that's used to access an application on your Mac can be saved to Keychain Access, which is a password manager built into the computer. You may want to delete a saved password if you no longer use the account or don't want to have that password on file. Visit Business Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. When you enter a password into Safari, and your Mac offers to save it, it'll be saving it...
Tags: Apple, Google Chrome, Trends, Macbook

Chromebook updates help learning happen from anywhere

Editor’s note: On August 11, 2020 Google for Education kicked off a global back-to-school event, The Anywhere School. Check out the full recap of product launches and our collection of announcements.This year heading back to school looks a lot different. But wherever learning takes place—at home, in person or a combination of both—Chromebooks help teachers keep teaching and students keep learning even when they aren’t in the same room together.  Last spring we saw students and teachers turn to C...
Tags: Google Chrome, Google, Japan, Education, Mexico, New York City, Accessibility, Chicago, Chromebook, Chromebooks, Pearson, Saitama, Google for Education, Don Johnston, G Suite for Education, Classcraft

How to take a screenshot on any ZTE smartphone and find the image later

You can take a screenshot on any ZTE phone by pressing and holding the Power and Volume Down buttons at the same time. After taking a screenshot, you can find it in the Gallery app, in the Albums tab. This technique works for any ZTE handset, as well as most other Android phones.  Visit Business Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. Taking a screenshot is a surprisingly routine task. Whether you're sending someone an image from the web, an Instagram photo, or documenting a bug in...
Tags: Google Chrome, Google, Trends, Power, Google Bing

How to stop your Google Chrome browser from blocking downloads temporarily or permanently

You can stop Google Chrome from blocking downloads by temporarily turning off the Safe Browsing feature, located in the Privacy and security section of Chrome's Settings page.  Chrome's Safe Browsing feature is designed to protect you from malicious websites and infected files that can damage your computer or compromise your security.  After you download the blocked file, it's a good idea to re-enable Safe Browsing. Visit Business Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. Chrome's b...
Tags: Chrome, Google Chrome, Google, Trends, Walmart, Apple Acer Chromebook

Chrome for Android May Soon Send Notifications Reminding You To Use Chrome

An anonymous reader shares a report: For years now, Google Chrome has been an absolute dominant force in the world of web browsers, but since the relaunch of Microsoft Edge based on Google's Chromium, that position has been challenged. Now, Google is preparing to drive more Android owners back to using Chrome through targeted notifications. Over the admittedly brief history of the Internet, there have been a number of fierce competitions, commonly called "browser wars," between companies, in an ...
Tags: Chrome, Google Chrome, Google, Microsoft, Samsung, Tech, Firefox Most

How to take a screenshot on a Google Chrome browser in 4 different ways, using a simple trick

You can take a screenshot in Google Chrome with one of your computer's built-in tools, or via Chrome's developer menu. To take a screenshot with Chrome's developer menu, open the Element Inspector and then type "screenshot." You can choose from among four kinds of screenshots, including one that captures an entire web page, even if you can't fit it all on your screen. Visit Business Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. You probably know several ways to capture screenshots on you...
Tags: Google Chrome, Google, Trends, Walmart, Don, Google Bing, Apple Acer Chromebook

Use Windows Hello to Make Online Shopping Faster in Chrome

It can be a pain having to type in your credit card number and CVC code whenever you’re shopping online. However, saving this information in your browser with insufficient security to conceal it is also a bad move. To solve this, consider using Windows Hello with Google Chrome—a quick and easy way to buy stuff in a…Read more...
Tags: Google Chrome, Google, Online Shopping, Windows 10, Lifehacks, CVC

Google is making autofill on Chrome for mobile more secure

Google today announced a new autofill experience for Chrome on mobile that will use biometric authentication for credit card transactions, as well as an updated built-in password manager that will make signing in to a site a bit more straightforward. Image Credits: Google Chrome already uses the W3C WebAuthn standard for biometric authentication on Windows and Mac. With this update, this feature is now also coming to Android . If you’ve ever bought something through the browser on your...
Tags: Google Chrome, Google, Android, TC, Identity Management, Tech, Smartphones, Cryptography, Internet Security, Password, Computing, Password Manager, CVC, Biometrics, Identification, Access Control

What is Google Currents? How to use Google's new enterprise app to communicate with all your colleagues

Google Currents is a digital bulletin board that can help employees working at the same company chat, share files, and generally stay connected. With Google Currents, colleagues can post their own messages and follow important messages shared across the company.   Google Currents is designed for companies rather than individual users, and starts at $6 a month per user. Visit Business Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. Google Currents is Google's latest take on enterprise-f...
Tags: Google Chrome, Google, Trends, Google Currents, Google for G Suite Google, Google Currents Check

How to Enable Chrome’s New Autofill Logins on Android

Amid growing anti-Chrome sentiment, there’s still one thing the browser’s good for: convenience. And now, Chrome’s built-in password storing feature is getting upgraded with a new autofill option on Android. Read more...
Tags: Chrome, Google Chrome, Google, Passwords, Browsers, Lifehacks

How to Enable Third-party Cookies in Google Chrome

The newer versions of Google Chrome block third-party cookies by default. Cookies are considered “bad” as they are mostly used for tracking users on the Internet but some cookies serve a useful purpose as well.For instance, a GSuite add-on may open a small sidebar inside Google Sheets and this sidebar may need to communicate with other windows that are opened by the same add-on. Since the windows are on different domains, the only way for them to communicate with each other is through third-part...
Tags: Google Chrome, Google, Seo, Archives, Google Sheet, Document Studio, Mail Merge for Gmail

How to share passwords with family using the Dashlane password manager, and give up to six people access to your logins

To share your passwords with your family using Dashlane, you'll need to connect your account to one of two membership tiers.   Once you're part of a Dashlane family plan, you can use the share feature to grant access to a single login or an entire category of passwords using a member's email.  Each member of the Dashlane family plan will need to have their account with Dashlane to share passwords utilizing the service.  Before you can share passwords with family members, you'll need to purchas...
Tags: Google Chrome, Google, Trends, Walmart, Netflix, Dashlane, Apple Acer Chromebook, Dashlane Premium Family, Premium Family and Premium Family Plus, Dashlane Premium Family and Premium Family Plus

Investors are browsing for Chromium startups

A few months ago, we declared that “browsers are interesting again,” thanks to increased competition among the major players. Now, as more startups are getting onboard, things are getting downright exciting. A small but growing number of projects are building web browsers with a more specific type of user in mind. Whether that perceived user is prioritizing improved speed, organization or toolsets aligned with their workflow, entrepreneurs are building these projects with the assumption that Goo...
Tags: Google, TC, Y Combinator, Microsoft, Tech, Web Browsers, Browsers, Mozilla, Silicon Valley, Brave, Opera, Freeware, Thrive Capital, Github, Ev Williams, Google-chrome

Chrome competitor, The Browser Company, quietly raises $5M

A handful of Silicon Valley’s notable figures are backing a software startup looking to challenge Google Chrome’s dominance. The startup, called The Browser Company, is led by Joshua Miller, who previously served as the Obama White House’s Director of Product and is currently an investor at Thrive Capital, an investment firm founded by Josh Kushner. The New York startup has raised just north of $5 million in funding, a source familiar tells TechCrunch. The company’s backers include LinkedIn’s...
Tags: Chrome, Google-chrome, Firefox, Google, TC, Linkedin, Tech, Tesla, Browsers, Jeff Weiner, Silicon Valley, Josh Miller, Miller, Obama White House, Josh Kushner, Jason Warner

Google says it will ‘dramatically’ improve Chrome’s performance on Mac

It plans to release "three big improvements" over the next few months
Tags: Google Chrome, Google, News, Trends, Computing

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