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”
Here’s how you can use multiple Enable-Features and Disable-Features with Google Chrome.
Google Chrome is a popular web browser that has tons of hidden features. Some of the features can be enabled with flags, and some of them can be enabled or disabled with two special command line options, –enable-features and –disable-features. Continue reading “How to Use Multiple Enable-Features and Disable-Features with Chrome”
Do you want to prevent users from using private browsing and disable Incognito Window of Google Chrome? This post reveals a working method for disabling Incognito in Chrome. Continue reading “How to Disable Incognito Window of Google Chrome – 2021”
Here is how to allow Uninstall Chrome PWA from Settings and Control Panel.
The ability to remove an installed PWA app using Settings and Control Panel has finally become available in Google Chrome. Now PWA can be properly removed with Control Panel \ Uninstall a program and Settings \ Apps \ Apps and features. There is also the Uninstall command in the Start menu for the PWA shortcut context menu.
How to save site passwords to your Google account when Sync is turned off.
Google Chrome can sync your passwords, bookmarks, and browsing history thanks to its built-in sync feature. It requires you to have the sync feature on, and also requires you to sign-in to your Google account in the browser. Continue reading “Save Site Passwords to Google Account with Sync disabled in Chrome”
How to Enable Chrome Actions in Google Chrome 87
The recent release of Chrome 87 is all about new features, improved performance and improved memory handling. Chrome Quick Actions is one of the new features in the browser. This feature allows you to quickly access a number of browser settings and utilities right from the address bar without opening your privacy and security settings. Continue reading “Enable Chrome Actions in Google Chrome 87”
How to Disable Extensions Toolbar Button in Google Chrome, works in Google Chrome 87
Some time ago, Google added a new toolbar button to Chrome that hides extension icons from the toolbar in the menu. This is now enabled by default. Instead of adding them to the right of the address bar, extensions are now listed in this menu. Today we are going to take a look at a working method to disable the Extensions toolbar button in Google Chrome.
How to Download PDF Files Instead of Opening in Google Chrome
When you click a link to a PDF file in Google Chrome, the browser will open the document in its built-in reader. Many users find this convenient as they do not need third-party applications to open PDF content. However, some users may prefer an external application as it often offers more functionality.
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How to Enable Rich Address Bar Autocompletion in Google Chrome
Starting with release of Google Chrome 85, you can enable rich address bar suggestions for the URLs you type and select. These rich suggestion have a few implementations, and include a second row of information, e.g. a website title. Continue reading “Enable Rich Address Bar Autocompletion in Google Chrome”