How To Change The Default Browser On Windows 10

Not a fan of using Edge as your default browser on Windows 10? Here’s how you can change the default browser on your Windows computer.


Chrome Will Soon Start Pointing Out Websites That Load Slowly

There are a lot of things to consider when building a website. It’s not always about having the best design or even about having the best content, because other factors are also taken into consideration where things like loading time matters too. This is because if you have an amazing design and fantastic content, but your website takes too long to load, people might simply give up and go somewhere […]


How To Find Google Chrome Bookmarks On Your Computer?

The obvious answer is the browser itself. But, here, we are not looking to search for the bookmarks inside Google Chrome. Instead, we want to know where the bookmarks are stored on your computer?


Google Chrome Now Supports iOS 13’s Dark Mode

When Apple introduced iOS 13, one of the new features that they brought to the table is a system wide dark mode. This has been a feature that iOS users have been asking for for a while now, and Apple has finally made it happen. Of course, not all third-party apps support the feature just yet, but if you’re a Chrome user, then you might be in luck.


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How To Fix Google Chrome Black Screen Issues

If you are experiencing black screen issues with Chrome on Windows, here’s how you might be able to fix the problem.


Hackers Modify Chrome And Firefox To Track Secure Web Traffic

There is a reason why companies like Google are trying to push for more websites to use HTTPS is because it helps to secure your web traffic. It helps to prevent attackers from interfering with the data transferred between the website and your browser. Unfortunately, a report from Kaspersky has revealed that Russian hackers might have found a way to track secure web traffic.


How To Manually Update Google Chrome

If for whatever reason your Google Chrome browser isn’t updating automatically, here’s how you can update it manually.


Chrome Canary Introduces Shared Clipboard Between Android And PC

While you’re outside, using your phone to browse the web is to be expected, but when you’re at home, it would be more comfortable using a computer. However, there are times when we might prefer using our phones, but that presents a problem when you’re trying to move from phone to PC.


How To Remotely Control Your Computer (Windows + Mac)

Have you ever needed to access something on your computer but you’re not home? Thankfully, if your PC is on, you can check out our guide on how to setup remote access to your Windows computer.


Chrome Will Soon Make Those Notification Request Prompts Less Annoying

We’re sure some of you have come across certain websites while using Google Chrome where you are prompted if you want the site to send you notifications. These notifications are usually used by sites to let you know if there are any updates to it. However, the notification request prompt can be rather annoying and intrusive, but that could change soon.


Chrome Will Soon Be Able To Tell You If Your Passwords Have Been Compromised

These days, the number of data breaches that we’re hearing about seems to be on the rise, showing us that maybe it is time to retire the password or at least enhance it with added security like 2FA. We imagine that it could be a while before an alternative to the password becomes a thing, but in the meantime, Google wants to help.


You Can Now Beta Test Microsoft’s Chromium Edge Browser

While variety and having options is usually a good thing, this can also sometimes create problems. For example, there are different browsers in the market today but they are all built differently, which means that when it comes to compatibility, there are certain things that will work for some browsers and certain things that won’t.


Chrome Will Soon Stop Supporting FTP Connections

We’re not sure how many of you might remember, but back in the day, FTP servers were a popular way to host files online as well as to download them. These days, file hosting and downloading is done in a completely different manner, which is why it’s not surprising that Google has ultimately decided that they will soon stop supporting FTP connections in Chrome.


Latest Chrome Update Lets You Go Truly Incognito

When you need to browse a website without it tracking you or keeping it inside your browser’s history, you might be familiar Google Chrome’s Incognito mode. However, as we learnt last year, Incognito mode isn’t truly incognito, and that’s something that some websites have been exploiting as they can still track users to a certain degree.