The best tips & tricks about making browsers faster, more streamlined and more productive.
Some Chrome Experiments are quite silly, but some are downright brilliant. We’ve dug into the catalog to find 10 of the best Chrome Experiments that you really have to check out.
What are some of the lesser-known Chrome extensions? How do you find them? Which are the best? We have the answers; here are ten Chrome extensions you need to try right now.
If you’re interested in Chrome OS but already have a computer, it would be nice not to have to go buy one. Enter Cub Linux, a Chrome OS-themed Linux distro.
Have you ever wanted to see an estimate of how long an article would take to read? This Chrome extension does that for you.
Can you use Chrome extensions to stick to a routine and build habits? Set up your Chrome browser with these selected extensions and get into a habit loop.
Popularity is not always a true sign of a brilliant extension. Many that have terrific features simply go unnoticed. So, let’s take a look at some of those hidden gems.
There are several ways to spruce up the New Tab window in Chrome — and you could boost your productivity along the way. Here’s how.
If you are experiencing Chrome problems, you’ve come to the right place. In this article, we take a look at some of the most common flaws and provide guidance on how to fix them.
The key to having a good time with Google Chrome is learning all of the essential keyboard shortcuts that will make your life easier.
The little launcher containing all of your Chrome apps is being brutally killed off in favor of…nothing. Zip. Nada. These alternatives will allow you to continue launching your apps from within Chrome.
Firefox’s speed and performance can sometimes suffer. And while there are browsing efficiency tips you can use to smooth it out, you’ll probably want to kick it up a few more notches.
If you are a Chrome user, there are several extensions and apps that are quite useful. From viewing and editing, to merging and splitting, there is a PDF tool here for almost anything you need.
Looking to buy a new Chromebook? Google has a new site that helps you narrow your search.
So how does Brave on Mobile stack up to its competitors, such as Chrome, Firefox, Opera, and Puffin? This article examines Brave’s features, performance, and its security and privacy.
Opera is doing a lot to lure users back, and its latest feature is a doozy. Opera now comes with unlimited, free VPN for life!
Up until recently, Apple Maps has been only available on iPhones and iPads. Now you can use Apple Maps in your browser using this third-party web tool!
Personalize your browsing with these must-have extensions from Google. Among the thousands of Chrome extensions in the Google Web Store, some are developed by Google. These are the best picks from Google itself.
Chrome has a lot of useful features, but one stands out as so useful that every single person should learn how to use and take advantage of it.
Don’t you hate when a website blocks you from right-clicking? Here’s how to get around this annoying behavior.
The Save to Google extension for Chrome makes it effortless to save websites and images directly to your Google account.
Want to find the most talented and creative people on Instagram? This new Chrome extension makes it easy to do that, no effort necessary.
We all want to spend less time and effort on actions that should be quick and easy, and Safari has a few terrific extensions that can help.
I want to explore why people might prefer one over the other, and hopefully those reasons will shed some light on features and aspects that you may not have considered before.
Is Microsoft Edge worth using while Chrome, Firefox, and Opera are still around? Is Edge good enough to be your primary browser?