If you use the Chrome browser to develop for the web, you may be interested in knowing that you can clear the browsers DNS cache directly in Chrome. This is a separate process that is limited to Chrome, and it does not clear the DNS cache of the host computer or device. If you’re a … Read More
Many advanced Chrome users may occasionally need to change the user agent associated with the browser, typically for testing purposes. Whether you’re a designer, developer, student, tinkerer, novice, or expert, changing the Chrome user agent isn’t particularly difficult, but it is hidden within a section of Chrome that most users never interact with; the developer … Read More
Many users choose to save login information and passwords into the Google Chrome browser’s built-in password manager. Sometimes you may need to manually access the passwords or login information that is stored within the password manager, so we’ll show you how you can access and view saved password and login information in the Chrome web … Read More
If you use the Google Chrome web browser, and you use lots of tabs, you might find yourself lost in a sea of tons of tabs and windows. Fortunately, the newer versions of Chrome offer an excellent tab search feature, allowing you to search for URLs and keyword matches in your open tabs. This makes … Read More
Google Chrome is a great web browser, but it is well known for being resource hungry. This has long been an issue, but the latest versions of the Chrome browser offer a reprieve that not only frees up resources in Chrome, but also makes the browser feel faster too when it’s under heavy usage and … Read More
Command line users may encounter situations where they’d like to open the Google Chrome web browser directly from the Terminal on the Mac.
Want to clean up your Chrome extensions a bit? Perhaps you have an unneeded extension or two installed in Chrome and you want to remove them. Deleting and removing extensions from Chrome browser on a Mac or PC is really easy, as you’ll soon see.
The Google Chrome browser offers two ways to capture full size webpage screenshots. This can be necessary or useful for many web workers, whether they’re developers, designers, editors, managers, writers, analysts, or just about any other possible web-based gig. The approaches we’ll cover to capture full size webpage screen shots with Chrome require the full … Read More
If you use the Chrome web browser on iPhone or iPad, you may come to a situation where you want to save an image from the web to your device. This is super easy, and if you’re familiar with saving images from Safari to your iPhone or iPad you’ll find the procedure is already second … Read More
Looking for a way to browse the web without having to delete your browsing history every now and then? If so, you may be interested in taking advantage of a privacy-oriented browser feature called Incognito mode that’s available on Google Chrome. It’s accessible on all platforms including iPhone, iPad, and Mac, and it’s easy to … Read More
Do you use the Chrome web browser for iPhone or iPad, but want to change the default search engine? Sure, Google is without a doubt the most popular search engine, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t other search engines, and even though Chrome pairs well with Google search, you can change the default search engine … Read More
Need to take a full web page screen shot on the Mac? There’s a very easy way to do it, but it does not include using the Mac screenshot tools since the feature is not currently available in macOS. Not to worry though, as we have a very easy approach to capture full page screenshots … Read More
Most iPhone, iPad, and Mac users rely on the built-in iCloud Keychain feature to securely store and manage their passwords, but if you also have a Windows PC you may be interested to know that you can seamlessly use iCloud Keychain passwords from a Windows computer too.
Many websites ask to send you notifications when you visit them, this comes in the form of an obnoxious pop-up request in the upper left corner of the Chrome web browser that interferes with your web browsing. If you use Chrome as your default web browser on Mac or PC and are tired of playing … Read More
If you prefer to use Chrome as your web browser, you might want to set the default browser on the Mac to be Google Chrome. And if you use Google Chrome Canary, you can set that as the default browser too.
The Google Chrome browser address bar doubles as a search bar, and as you’ve probably noticed by now it will keep a history of your visited links, URLs, and searches. These URLs and searches then come up as suggestions when you access the Chrome search/address bar again, particularly when you type anything that is close … Read More
If you use Google Chrome for iPhone or iPad, you might occasionally want to clear cookies for websites, or other website data. And perhaps you want to specifically clear website cookies without affecting all your browsing history, search history, and saved passwords in Chrome? That can be done in iOS and iPadOS easily and within … Read More
Do you use Google Chrome as the default browser on your Mac? In that case, you may have several bookmarks to access certain webpages quickly. But, what if we told you there’s a faster and easier way to access your Chrome bookmarks, and you can add them directly to your Dock for quick launching?