This tutorial will show you how to enable the What’s New Page in Google Chrome. With Chrome and Edge moving to a four-week update cycle, users may find it a little harder to keep track of all changes in new versions of browsers. Not all users bother visiting the official change logs describing changes and innovations. For such users, the Chrome developers have implemented a new feature in the browser. Continue reading “Enable What’s New Page in Google Chrome”
This tutorial will show you how to enable Google Lens in the desktop Google Chrome browser. If you’ve used the Google Assistant or the Google Photos mobile app, you should be aware of technology such as Google Lens, which allows you to recognize the content of images, that is, depicted objects and added text. There is something similar in the Google Chrome browser. You can right-click an image on a web page and search for that image on Google – a feature known as Image Search. Continue reading “How to enable Google Lens in Google Chrome browser on desktop”
The Google Chrome browser is one of those programs that, as it seems, cannot have anything to do with the Windows command line. But this is not the case, Chrome supports many command line arguments that can be used to launch a browser with a specific set of functions. Continue reading “Google Chrome useful command line arguments”
This tutorial will show you how to enable Live Captions in Google Chrome. If you enable it, the browser will automatically create subtitles for the audio and video played on web pages. It will show text in a floating window that you can expand and drag anywhere on the screen. Continue reading “Google Chrome Enable Live Captions”
This tutorial will show you how to how to assign hotkeys for Google Chrome extensions. If you are an active user of Google Chrome extensions, and have a set of them, you may want to configure them to open them with keyboard shortcuts instead of constantly clicking on the button to the right of the address bar. Continue reading “How to Assign Hotkeys for Google Chrome Extensions”
You can turn off tab auto reload in Google Chrome using a built-in tool or extensions from the Google Web Store. In recent versions of Google Chrome, the browser suspends (pause) and unloads inactive tabs by default. This results in the tab reloading when you return to the tab after some time. You can disable this tab reloading behavior in several ways. Continue reading “How to turn off tab auto reload in Google Chrome”
This tutorial will show you how to import or export passwords from a CSV file in Google Chrome. Like any other modern browser, Google Chrome is able to store passwords for various sites locally or in an online Google account. If you don’t use a Google account to sync passwords, or want to create a local copy of your passwords, or move them from Chrome to another app using a CSV file, this guide will show you how it can be done.
You can disable Reading List in Google Chrome if you don’t like it. On macOS and iOS, Safari and Microsoft Edge have a Collections feature that lets you save pages and articles for later reading. This is a kind of analog of the Pocket service in Firefox, which does not require the installation of add-ons. Until recently, Google Chrome, the world’s most popular browser, did not have such features, but the developers are now actively working on the Reading List option. Continue reading “How to Disable Reading List in Google Chrome”
Here is how you can add or remove Search Tabs Button from Google Chrome.
With Google Chrome 89, the Mountain View based search giant brought a new feature to the browser. It now has a dedicated Search Tabs button in the titlebar. Google does a gradual roll-out, so it may not be visible right now in your browser. Continue reading “How to Add or Remove Search Tabs Button from Google Chrome”