The best tips & tricks about making browsers faster, more streamlined and more productive.
If you’re seeing recommended trending stories on Chrome’s “New Tab” page, then it may be due to this — and here’s how you can turn it off.
It’s hard to keep track of which extensions have been caught abusing their privileges, but you should definitely uninstall these 10 as soon as possible.
Need to make a quick tweet but don’t want to load up Twitter in a new tab? Well, this extension lets you tweet right from the Chrome address bar. Perfect.
If you take your Chromebook on your commute, pass the time with enjoyable games you can play offline. These free and fun Chrome game options will keep you entertained, challenged, and coming back for more.
Whether you need assistance managing tons of bookmarks or regularly work with many open tabs at once, these tools can lighten your load.
In the latest version of Chrome for Android, the new tab page now shows suggested articles that you might want to read — and you can turn it off, but the process is a bit hidden.
If you regularly check out cool extensions, then it is probably time to clean up those add-ons that you no longer want, like, or need. Here’s how to do it easily.
Too many open tabs isn’t just a drag on browser performance — it can diminish your productivity and work efficiency. Here’s what you can do to clear those distractions away.
Why not spruce up your browser and make it a pleasure to use? It won’t take long — a few tweaks here, a burst of color there, and you’re done. Let’s get started.
Think about how much time is wasted due to inefficient browsing habits — time that you’ll never, ever get back. That’s why universal browser tricks are so handy: they save time.
Want to install all your favorite new tab extensions for Chrome? Find out how CycleTab makes it possible.
Firefox is famous for its addons. But which addons are the most useful? Here are the addons we think are best, what they do, and where you can find them.