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Link to Highlight Text is a new feature that Google is adding to its popular Chrome browser. It will help you to easily copy a portion of a page and share it as a link. The other person clicking the link will see the exact section that you wanted him to see. Thus, it will make it easier to get the attention of that person to that selected text.

 

The feature is currently rolling out to Google Chrome browser on desktop and Android devices. Google said that it will soon roll out to iOS users. To learn more about the feature, continue reading further.

Published by on under Android | Chrome

Without any public announcements, Google often tests new features in the Google Chrome browser. Most of the time these features being introduced are available through hidden experimental flags. Some other time the company releases new features to a limited set of users to get early feedback.

 

Now, Google is working a different way to provide early access to the experimental features to users. This is called "Chrome Labs" in the latest Chrome Canary build.

Published by on under Browser | Chrome

Google Chrome is one of the most popular internet browser named before Microsoft Edge. Recently the search giant releases Chrome version 87. The latest update comes with many new features and security improvements that will improve your web browsing experience.

 

The latest version of Google Chrome said to be the last major build of 2020, is the biggest release for Google Chrome. Here are the top 5 reasons that will make it more powerful.

Published by on under Browser | Chrome

The new Microsoft Edge is a chromium-based browser for Windows and thus the company also adding some features to Chromium core that inherits to both Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge, benefiting a large set of users.

 

In the last post, we discussed how to enable Windows Spellchecker in Microsoft Edge, and in this post, we will be discussing how to enable it on Google Chrome.

Published by on under Google | Google Chrome

If you are using the latest version of Microsoft Edge, which is powered by Google's popular chromium engine, the browser will allow you to add extensions from Microsoft Store, as well as from the popular Google Chrome Web Store where a huge collection of browser extensions available.

 

In this quick post, we will learn step-by-step process to add Google Chrome extensions to the Microsoft Edge browser.

Published by on under Chrome | Google Chrome

Most of us surf the Internet using the popular Google Chrome browser, be it on a desktop, a tablet, or any mobile device. When it comes to Android, the Google Chrome browser has plenty of features that you might not hear about.

 

In this post about Top 5 Google Chrome tips and tricks, we will explore those Chrome features which will ease your browsing experience on Android mobiles.

Published by on under Android | Chrome

Forced dark mode for web contents is a feature that came with Google Chrome version 78. As the new Microsoft Edge browser also uses the chromium engine, it also inherits this feature. Many of you might not know about this feature and how to enable it in Microsoft Edge.

 

This feature can be turned ON by enabling a browser flag. In this post, we will be discussing the step-by-step process to enable forced dark mode in Microsoft Edge browser.

Published by on under Google Chrome | Internet Browser

Microsoft recently released the first stable version of its new Chromium-based Edge browser. By default, you can only install a few Microsoft approved extensions. But, if you want to download other chromium extensions, you can also get those from the Chrome Web Store.

 

Here in this post, we will learn how to enable Microsoft Edge to download and install extensions from the Chrome Web Store.

Published by on under Chrome | Google Chrome

Google announced that they are soon going to roll out some new features on Chrome browsers, which will help you to better manage the open tabs and themes. If you are a user having too many tabs opened at a time, this feature is most likely for you.

 

Apart from that, they are also bringing faster search, browser color customization tool and other new features in coming days.

Published by on under Google | Google Chrome

Google, on a blog post announced that they are bringing the password-less authentication to Google Chrome application on Android. Initially the feature will be restricted to few of their services on Pixel devices, but gradually will be available to others as well.

 

Are you excited to have this secure authentication on your? Checkout this blog post to know the prerequisite and the way to try it now.

Published by on under Google | Google Chrome

Microsoft Edge preview builds powered by Google's Chromium engine are now available for you to try before the final release. Currently the preview builds are available in Edge Insiders Canary Channel and Dev Channel, whereas Microsoft is planning for another Beta Channel some time soon.

 

To know more about the new chromium based Microsoft Edge and to download the latest preview builds, continue reading further.

Published by on under Google Chrome | Internet Browser

Google is working on a new feature called Never Slow Mode, which is expected to be release soon in Google Chrome browser. This feature will let the heavy weight web pages to load faster by trimming down the resources.

 

Alex Russel, who is heading this feature development, has given an initial outline about this feature's working process.

Published by on under Google | Google Chrome

In today's world, safe guarding your online accounts from hijackers is a crucial part of life. In the past we have seen many data breaches where millions of users personal data like username/password were compromised.

 

On the event of Safer Internet Day on 5th February, Google announces a new extension "Password Checkup" for Chrome users to warn user if the entered credential is in Google's unsafe database.

Published by on under Chrome | Google

Starting with the release of Google Chrome version 68, in July 2018, it will mark the unencrypted sites as "Not Secure". That means, if you have a website that does not have SSL certificate, Google will start notifying the users that the site is not secure.

 

To provide a safer experience to your users, you must install SSL certificate and start serving your site in HTTPS protocol.

Published by on under Chrome | Google


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