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A Third of All Chrome Extensions Request Access To User Data on Any Site

More than a third of all Google Chrome extensions ask users for permission to access and read all their data on any website, a recent survey conducted by US cyber-security firm Duo Labs of over 120,000 Chrome extensions has revealed. From a report: The same survey also found that roughly 85 percent of the 120,000 Chrome extensions listed on the Chrome Web Store don't have a privacy policy listed, meaning there's no legally-binding document describing how extension developers are committing to ha...
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Prone to web surfing? Google Chrome’s new Focus Mode fights internet distractions

Finding yourself distracted by the web when you need to get work done? A new flag in Google Chrome could hint at a new Focus Mode. The feature may allow computer users to block distracting websites or notifications. The post Prone to web surfing? Google Chrome’s new Focus Mode fights internet distractions appeared first on Digital Trends.
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How to reverse search an image on Google with your phone, tablet, or computer

You can search Google with an image when a simple word search is insufficient.   A "reverse image search" returns similar images, websites that use that particular image, and websites related to the subject of your image.   Google Images is a great place to do a traditional search for pictures of tuxedo cats or skull tattoos. You can also do a reverse image search to find information about a specific photo or graphic. There are other reverse image search tools , but Google Images is rob...
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How to change the language in your Google Chrome browser

Changing the language in a Google Chrome browser can be a quick and easy process. You can only change the default language in Google Chrome if you have a Windows or Chromebook computer, otherwise the computer's default system language will dictate your language settings. There is a work-around for Google account users on other operating systems, which we will also walk you through below.   When you change the language of your browser, it will impact every setting and menu within the browser....
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An experimental feature could help reduce memory usage in Google Chrome

Google Chrome might be the most popular web browser, but it also is a resource hog. Google is currently working on an experimental feature for Chrome which sets out to reduce its overall memory usage.  The post An experimental feature could help reduce memory usage in Google Chrome appeared first on Digital Trends.
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Microsoft Releases Windows 10 Timeline Extension For Google Chrome

Microsoft has released an official Timeline extension for Google Chrome called "Web Activities" that brings Timeline integration to Google's web browser. From a report: Just like with Microsoft Edge, this new extension syncs web browsing activities with the Timeline feature on Windows 10, making it easier to pick up old activities and search through webpages you've visited recently. The extension is available now in the Chrome Web Store, and ties with your Microsoft Account. Read more...
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The best web browsers for 2019

Choosing a web browser for surfing the web can be tough with all the great options available. Here we pit the latest versions of Chrome, Opera, Firefox, Edge, and Vivaldi against one another to find the best browsers for most users. The post The best web browsers for 2019 appeared first on Digital Trends.
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New Chrome feature aimed at preventing websites from blocking Incognito Mode

A new Chrome feature will prevent websites from blocking Chrome users as they browse using Incognito Mode. The feature is supposed to fix a known loophole that allows websites to detect and block those using Incognito Mode. The post New Chrome feature aimed at preventing websites from blocking Incognito Mode appeared first on Digital Trends.
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Google Plans to Make It More Difficult for Sites to Block Chrome's Incognito Mode

For the privacy-minded among us, Chrome’s Incognito mode can offer at least some added peace of mind during browsing sessions. But some sites may know that you’re trying to access them in Incognito, and Google reportedly wants to put a lid on it.Read more...
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Here Is Why I Finally Switched To Firefox

The web browser market is an active war zone. You never know what can happen next. I am a guy who has always used Chrome. I’d never even bother using anything else. The first thing that I’d ever do on a new system is install Google Chrome. I would say I actively avoided even having to use anything else. I do install Firefox and opera but they are always used for separating my personal and work environment.
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Google Chrome’s Progressive Web Apps will soon play nicer with Windows 10

Google is adding a capability to the Chrome browser in an upcoming release that will integrate its Progressive Web Apps with notification badges in the system taskbar in Windows 10. The post Google Chrome’s Progressive Web Apps will soon play nicer with Windows 10 appeared first on Digital Trends.
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Spice up the look of Google Chrome with one of 14 official new themes

Looking to apply a fresh coat of paint in Chrome? For the first time ever, the Google Chrome team has published 14 official themes, with color choices that aim to spice up your browsing experience.   The post Spice up the look of Google Chrome with one of 14 official new themes appeared first on Digital Trends.
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The web has grown up, but browsers haven’t. It’s time for a reboot

The web has changed a lot over the years, and so has the way we use it. The thing that hasn’t changed? The web browser, the tool every one of us depends on. Here's why it's well past time for new ideas. The post The web has grown up, but browsers haven’t. It’s time for a reboot appeared first on Digital Trends.
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Google Chrome Will Soon Let You Easily Play and Pause Video and Audio With Your Multimedia Keys

Controlling what you listen to while browsing is about to get a hell of a lot easier.Read more...
Tags: Google Chrome, Google, Science, Keyboard Shortcuts, Multimedia


YouTube Chrome Extension With Millions of Installs Pulled After Spamming Users With Ads

A popular extension has disappeared from Google’s Chrome Web Store days after it suddenly started spamming users with annoying pop-up ads.Read more...
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Google Chrome 73 To Officially Support Multimedia Keys on Your Keyboard

Google Chrome 73, scheduled for release next month, will be the first version of Chrome that will officially support the multimedia keys that some users have on their desk and laptop keyboards, ZDNet reports. From the report: Support for multimedia keys will initially be available for Chrome on Chrome OS, macOS, and Windows, while support for Linux will come later (unspecified date). Users will be able to control both audio and video content played in Chrome, including skipping through playlists...
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Make Sure Your Passwords Stay Up to Date With This Google Chrome Extension

In this age of corporate hacks and massive password leaks, having a fresh, unleaked password is just as important as having one that’s hard to crack. To that end, Google just announced and launched a new Chrome extension that helps make sure your passwords haven’t been compromised and are still keeping your accounts…Read more...
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Google’s new Chrome extension ensures your passwords are always secure

Google wants to keep your passwords safe. As part of today's Safer Internet Day efforts, Google launched a new Chrome extension which will make sure your passwords are always protected and secure. The post Google’s new Chrome extension ensures your passwords are always secure appeared first on Digital Trends.
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Google Chrome “never-slow mode” could significantly speed up web browsing

Tired of slow web pages in Google Chrome? A new "never-slow mode" could possibly be coming in a future release and might cut down on technical elements on some web pages in order to speed up web browsing, The post Google Chrome “never-slow mode” could significantly speed up web browsing appeared first on Digital Trends.
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Google testing a ‘never-slow mode’ that could make Chrome faster

Tired of slow web pages in Google Chrome? A new "never-slow mode" could possibly be coming in a future release and might cut down on technical elements on some web pages in order to speed up web browsing, The post Google testing a ‘never-slow mode’ that could make Chrome faster appeared first on Digital Trends.
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This Netflix browser extension will auto-skip intros and recaps for bonus laziness

When you’re binging an engaging show on Netflix like Narcos, you might want to skip intro song or the recap after a few episodes. There’s no easy way to do that on the web apart from skipping a few minutes on the scrubber. Thankfully, Netflix Extended extension for Google Chrome removes intros and recaps. Not just that, it enables a quite a lot of useful keyboard shortcuts and features for a powered-up Netflix experience on the web. Here are some handy shortcuts to remember after you’ve installe...
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