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.


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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.


Google Testing Global Play Button For Chrome

One of the annoying things that websites can do is load music and videos in the background without your explicit permission. This means that you could be loading up multiple tabs when suddenly music starts blaring and you have no idea where it might be coming from. However, Google has tried to address that in the past by introducing icons that shows which tabs could be playing audio or video.


Future Chrome Build Could Block Resource Hogging Ads

The loading of content on a website can take up quite a bit of resources, depending on what’s in it. However, when you throw in additional content such as ads, it can end up consuming even more resources, which can be a hinder to older or lower-end computers that might have less RAM, or to slower internet connections.


Chrome Can Now Autofill Your Credit Card Details Without Syncing

One of the benefits of using the same browser across multiple devices is that you usually will be able to sync your data across it. Google’s Chrome is a perfect example where if you sign into the browser using the same account, you can sync information like browser history, bookmarks, autofill forms, and so on.


Google Launches New Chrome Extension To Help Report Suspicious Sites

Not all the websites we visit on the internet are safe. Some are just filled with ads and no real content and some are filled with malware ready to infect the computers that visit them. However, the good news is that Google has launched a new Chrome extension that will allow users to report websites that they think are suspicious.


How to Add and Remove Chrome Extensions

Extensions are tools that can help elevate and improve on your browsing experience, and if you’d like to learn how to better manage your Google Chrome extensions, this guide will help take you through the necessary steps.


Next Chrome Release Will Making Bypassing Paywalls Easier

Most major publications that rely on paywalls to drive subscriptions offer visitors a number of free articles per month. Once your quota for the month is finished, you can either wait until the next month or subscribe. One way users got around this paywall was by using the incognito mode in Google Chrome but developers later added some code to check if the visitor was using incognito mode. If it […]