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Google Chrome 81.0.4044.92 / 83.0.4103.7 Dev

Minimal design with sophisticated technology.
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Google Chrome 81.0.4044.92 / 83.0.4100.3 Dev

Minimal design with sophisticated technology.
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Google Chrome’s new Tab Groups will bring some order to your tab chaos

It also adds new tablet gestures for Chromebooks
Tags: Google Chrome, News, Trends, Computing


Firefox gets a refreshed address bar

Mozilla is launching version 75 of its Firefox browser today. As always, there are plenty of bug fixes and changes for developers who write web apps, but the marquee feature of this update is a refreshed address bar. Given how often you likely use the address bar — though these days it’s often more of a search bar than URL bar — that’s prime real estate in any browser and the kind of feature where users will quickly notice any changes. Today’s update brings three major changes to the Firefox ...
Tags: Firefox, Google, TC, Tech, Web Browsers, Software, Mozilla, Web Apps, Video Conferencing, Google-chrome


How to Remove SearchMine from Mac (2020)

. {display:none !important;} .ezoic-ad {min-height: 10px !important;} .tagdiv-type iframe {display:none !important;} Nobody wants to have to deal with unwanted software on their devices. As technology has continued to evolve and new features have been added to computers, laptops, and smartphones, viruses and malware have evolved with them. This results in the possibility of getting malware on your computer no matter what kind of device you use. While some people think that ...
Tags: Google Chrome, Business, Technology, Mac, Macbook, MacBook Air, Macbook Pro, Right Now, Pattagarn Temsakul Shutterstock


U.S. Government: Update Chrome 80 Now, Multiple Security Concerns Confirmed (slashdot)

Part of America's Department of Homeland Security, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) "has advised users to update Google Chrome as new high-rated security vulnerabilities have been found," reports Forbes: In an April 1 posting, CISA confirmed that Google Chrome version 80.0.3987.162 "addresses vulnerabilities that an attacker could exploit to take control of an affected system," be that Windows, Mac or Linux. It went on to state that it "encourages" users and administr...
Tags: Google Chrome, Google, News, Cisa, Forbes, EditorDavid, Center for Internet Security CIS


U.S. Government: Update Chrome 80 Now, Multiple Security Concerns Confirmed

Part of America's Department of Homeland Security, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) "has advised users to update Google Chrome as new high-rated security vulnerabilities have been found," reports Forbes: In an April 1 posting, CISA confirmed that Google Chrome version 80.0.3987.162 "addresses vulnerabilities that an attacker could exploit to take control of an affected system," be that Windows, Mac or Linux. It went on to state that it "encourages" users and administr...
Tags: Google Chrome, Google, Tech, Cisa, Forbes, Center for Internet Security CIS


Google rolls back SameSite cookie changes to keep essential online services from breaking

Google today announced that it will temporarily roll back the changes it recently made to how its Chrome browser handles cookies in order to ensure that sites that perform essential services like banking, online grocery, government services and healthcare won’t become inaccessible to Chrome users during the current COVID-19 pandemic. The new SameSite rules, which the company started rolling out to a growing number of Chrome users in recent months, are meant to make it harder for sites to acce...
Tags: Chrome, Google-chrome, Google, TC, Privacy, Tech, Web Browsers, Browsers, Cookies, World Wide Web, Justin Schuh, Coronavirus, COVID-19


Microsoft’s Edge browser is now more popular than Firefox, gaining on Chrome

It moves into second place with a 7.59% share of the market
Tags: Chrome, Google Chrome, Firefox, News, Microsoft, Trends, Computing, Microsoft Edge, Chromium Edge


Google Chrome 80.0.3987.163 / 81.0.4044.92 Beta / 83.0.4100.3 De

Minimal design with sophisticated technology.
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Google Chrome 80.0.3987.162 / 81.0.4044.83 Beta / 83.0.4093.3 De

Minimal design with sophisticated technology.
Tags: Google Chrome, Software


Microsoft Edge is getting smart copy and paste, a password monitor and vertical tabs

Microsoft today announced a ton of new features for its productivity apps, but it also used today’s release to highlight a few new features that are coming to its Chromium-based Edge browser in the near future. Most of these are pretty straightforward and expected, like its Collections bookmarking feature coming to mobile later this year, but some are quite a surprise. Edge is getting vertical tabs, for example. A lot of browsers have experimented with this in the past but it has often bee...
Tags: Google, TC, Microsoft, Tech, Web Browsers, Software, Password, Computing, Freeware, Skype, Edge, Vivaldi, World Wide Web, Google-chrome, Chromium, Microsoft Edge


How to Mute Noisy Tabs in Google Chrome

There aren’t many online experiences worse than having your peaceful web browsing interrupted by the blaring audio of a video that’s decided to start playing all by itself. It’s rude and it’s unwelcome... and you can stop it, if you know how. Your choices are usually to either mute the offending tab or stop videos…Read more...
Tags: Google Chrome, Google, Science, Tabs


How to get your toolbar back in Google Chrome if you've hidden it, in 3 different ways

You can get your toolbar back in Google Chrome if you've hidden it, in three different ways. There's no way to hide your toolbars in the mobile app, so you can only "get them back" in Google Chrome's desktop app. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. In our distraction-prone lives, it's an understandable desire to be as minimalist as possible. However, it's also possible to be too minimalist. This is especially true when it comes to the programs we use every day, like our web br...
Tags: Apple, Google Chrome, Google, Trends, Walmart, Apple Lenovo, Show Bookmarks Bar Exit


After a brief pause, Google restarts Chrome and Chrome OS releases

It was only a week ago that Google said it would hit pause on Chrome and Chrome OS releases “due to adjusted work schedules” in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. Today, however, the company announced that it would resume releases — but with an adjusted schedule. In the age of rapid-release schedules for browsers, the exact details of the new release schedules won’t actually matter all that much in practice. I’m sure most Chrome users have no idea which version they are actually using. In case y...
Tags: Chrome, Google, TC, Tech, Web Browsers, Software, Chrome Os, Freeware, Operating Systems, Google-chrome


How to backup your Google Chrome bookmarks in 2 ways, so you never lose track of your favorite sites

You can backup your bookmarks in Google Chrome in two ways: through account syncing, and through an HTML file. All your Google Chrome bookmarks are synced to your Google account, so you can load them onto any other computer that's running Google Chrome. You can also use Chrome's Bookmark Manager to save an HTML file for your bookmarks, which can be opened in most browsers. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. You can tell a lot about a person by the websites they visit most. Th...
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How to change your default search engine in Google Chrome, and switch between Google, Bing, and more

You can change your default search engine in Google Chrome by heading to your Settings menu. In that menu, you can change Google Chrome's default search engine from Google to Bing, Yahoo, DuckDuckGo, and more. Both the Google Chrome desktop app and mobile app allow you to change your default search engine at any time. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Google might seem like the natural choice for a default search engine in Google Chrome. But like a Windows user with an iPhon...
Tags: Google Chrome, Google, Trends, Nasa, Google Bing, Best Buy Samsung, Best Buy Lenovo, Bing Yahoo DuckDuckGo


How to download Zoom on your Mac computer so you can host meetings and keep track of your calls

It's easy to download Zoom on your Mac computer for desktop use. The Zoom website automatically begins the download the first time you try to join or start a meeting online. You can manually download the latest version of Zoom by visiting the Zoom Download Center. Using Zoom on your Mac gives you access to more space and capabilities than the mobile version. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. While some people may choose to use Zoom on-the-go using the mobile app, many may w...
Tags: Google Chrome, Mac, Trends, Louisiana, Zoom Download Center, Install Zoom


How to clear your browser cache

Learn how to flush your cache, whether you use Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, IE, Safari, Opera, or Microsoft Edge.
Tags: Google Chrome, Microsoft, Trends, Web, How-to, Computing, Browser, Cache, Tier 4


Google Chrome 80.0.3987.149 / 81.0.4044.69 Beta / 82.0.4085.12 D

Minimal design with sophisticated technology.
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The best web browsers for 2020

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, and Edge against one another to find the best browsers for most users.
Tags: Apple, Google Chrome, Firefox, Trends, Web, Computing, Opera, Best Of, Internet Explorer, Tier 4


People are going crazy for a browser plug-in that lets you coordinate Netflix watch parties while quarantined — here's how to use it

The coronavirus outbreak has led millions to quarantine inside their homes and work remotely in an effort to stop the spread of the pandemic. A browser extension called Netflix Party, which lets multiple users watch a TV show or movie together, has seen a resurgence in interest in recent weeks. Here's how to install and use Netflix Party, which is only available for use on Google Chrome. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. In-person hangouts are no longer possible for millions...
Tags: Google Chrome, Google, Trends, Netflix, NP, Netflix Party


Google hits pause on Chrome and Chrome OS releases

Google today announced that it is pausing upcoming Chrome and Chrome OS releases “due to adjusted work schedules.” The company confirmed that we will still see security updates, though, which will get merged into version 80, the browser’s current stable release version. “We’ll continue to prioritize any updates related to security, which will be included in Chrome 80,” the team writes in today’s brief announcement. Don’t expect any new feature updates anytime soon, though. Chrome version 81 i...
Tags: Google, Android, TC, Youtube, Tech, Software, Chrome Os, Computing, Operating Systems, Google-chrome, Don


How Google Analytics Helps in Scaling Up Businesses

For website traffic, it is tough to know the effectiveness of the marketing strategy you are following and to get when to change it. The abundance of data has made it tough to comprehend where to find the most critical metrics. The businesses that keep their audience on priority and follow the effective marketing strategies should know how to use Google Analytics data to the best. Google Analytics is an essential tool for webmasters, website owners, and SEO agencies. Google Usage Analytics Stati...
Tags: Google Chrome, Google, Business, Microsoft, Singapore, Sales & Marketing, Google Analytics, Right Now, Facebook Twitter, IB, Action CTA, Google Analytics Helps, Google Usage Analytics Statistics, Morris Edwards, Awebstar


Tree planting search engine Ecosia is getting a visibility boost in Chrome

Ecosia, a not-for-profit search engine which uses ad generated revenue to fund planting trees, is set to get a visibility boost in Chrome. A change Google is making to its chromium engine will see it added as a default search engine choice in up to 47 markets for the version 81 release of Google’s web browser. Ecosia will soon be included on Chrome’s default search engine list in several major markets, including the UK, US, France and Germany — alongside the likes of Google Search, Bing, D...
Tags: Chrome, Google-chrome, Google, Android, TC, Europe, Yahoo, Germany, Berlin, Google Search, Tech, Eu, European Union, Search Engines, Web Browsers, Bbc


Google Chrome’s can now show devs how their sites look to users with visual impairments

Google’s popular Chrome browser has launched a new tool to help developers tune their websites for different visual deficiencies such as color blindness and blurred vision. Mathias Bynes, a Google employee working on developer tools for Chrome, tweeted a demo video showing how you can test your website for various paucities. [Read: Google wants to move UK users’ data to the US — here’s what you need to know] Developers can find this new section through Developer tools > More tools > Rendering > ...
Tags: Google Chrome, Google, Startups, UK, US, Design & Dev, Mathias Bynes


How to forward multiple emails at once in Gmail using a Google Chrome extension

You can forward multiple emails in Gmail at once using the third-party Google Chrome extension Multi Email Forward. Without an extension, you can only forward emails one at a time in Gmail. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Gmail only allows you to forward one email at a time. So, if you have a lot of emails that you need to forward, you're forced to endure the begrudging task of forwarding all of those emails one by one. There's got to be a better way! Actually, there is. ...
Tags: Google Chrome, Google, Trends, Watch Google, EML, Best Buy Lenovo, Gmail Check, Multi Email Forward


How to enable Google Chrome’s secret ‘reader mode’ for distraction-free reading

Welcome to TNW Basics, a collection of tips, guides, and advice on how to easily get the most out of your gadgets, apps, and other stuff. Last year, Google Chrome rolled out its version 75 with a hidden reader mode. It’s quite a nifty feature to read long articles without any distractions. However, you have to enable a special flag to enable that button. Here’s how you can do it. Open Google Chrome browser on your desktop Type “chrome://flags/#enable-reader-mode” in the address bar. Select the E...
Tags: Google Chrome, Google, Startups, Basics