Chrome

Nearby Sharing Now Live In Latest Chrome Os Canary Build

Just a few weeks after reports indicated Google was developing its Nearby Sharing feature for Chrome, Chrome Story now has it working. Nearby Sharing, for the unfamiliar, is a new wireless function for sharing content between devices. It works...
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New Chrome Experiment Promises Up To 28% More Battery Life

The latest experimental addition to the Chrome browser promises to save a ton of power usage. As spotted by TheWindowsClub, a new flag in the Canary version of Chrome called "Throttle Javascript timers in background" will cut down on the processing...

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The 64 Gb Lenovo Ideapad Duet Is Only $250 At Walmart

I love the Lenovo IdeaPad Duet. It’s easily the best Chrome OS tablet on the market right now, but it’s also just an excellent Chromebook to keep around. At full retail, it’s already an incredible value, but if you’re looking...
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How To Clean Up Google Chrome When It’s Slow: Notifications, Search Engine, More

These days, you can’t get hardly anything done without a good, working web browser, but what do you do when Google Chrome starts acting up? Here’s a guide for how to clean up some of Google Chrome’s most common issues including slow loading,...
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Good Idea: Microsoft Edge Context Menus Should Expand To Windows 10

Microsoft finally has a new browser on the market, and since it’s based on Chromium, the same engine that powers Google Chrome, many people are actually wiling to give it a try. The new Chromium-powered Microsoft Edge is obviously a massive...
Related topics: Microsoft, Chromium, Google

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Chrome On Android Is About To Get A Little Bit Faster

Whether it’s by user choice or strategic bundling, it’s hard to deny that Chrome has the lion’s share of the web browser market on Android. It is hardly the best in some aspects, like battery efficiency or even speed. It’s...
Related topics: Android, Android Market, Mobile Technology

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Google App Beta Drops Built-in Browser, Goes Back To Chrome

Google recently added a built-in browser to the Google app on Android. Now, just a few months later, it looks like the search giant is taking it back out. As reported by 9to5Google, Google spent a few months building an in-app browser solution for...
Related topics: Google, Android Apps, Android, Mobile Technology

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Chrome Update May Extend Your Laptop's Battery Life By Up To 2 Hours

Chrome still has a reputation as a battery hog, particularly if you tend to open many tabs, but Google appears poised to fix that. TheWindowsClub understands that an experimental feature in Chrome 86 will reduce energy use by shutting down...
Related topics: Laptops, Google

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Google Chrome On Android To Switch To 64-bit Starting With Version 85

Google Chrome on Android will finally make the jump to 64-bit, a change long in the making. For those well versed in Android history, you’ll likely remember that Google introduced support for 64-bit architecture back in Android 5.0 Lollipop in...
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Microsoft Edge Takes Over Windows On First Startup, Basically Ignores Your Browser Choice

When it first launched, Microsoft’s Chromium-based Edge browser seemed like an excellent alternative to Chrome that millions could enjoy. However, in the past few weeks, there have been some negative aspects of Microsoft Edge revealed, and the...
Related topics: Microsoft, Startup, Chromium

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Google Working To Bring Steam To Chrome Os, Will Start With 10th Gen Intel Chromebooks

It looks like Chrome OS could become the next big platform for Steam. After reporting from earlier this year suggested Google was working to bring Steam to its desktop operating system, 9to5Google reports it uncovered how the search giant will...
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Google Chrome Experiments With Making ‘reopen Closed Tab’ Almost Instant

Right now in Google Chrome, if you close a tab, it’s immediately unloaded to help clear out memory, something Chrome has long been notorious for hogging. That means if you accidentally close a tab and need to reopen it, you’re...
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Netmarketshare: Chrome Now Officially Has More Than 70% Of The Desktop Browser Market.

Netmarketshare has released its market share report for June 2020. In this month’s report, Windows 10’s share is 58.93%, up from last month’s 57.83%.  Windows 7 share continues to decline from 24.28% to 23.35%. Windows overall...

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Chrome Os Preparing Steam Gaming Support, Starting With 10th Gen Intel Chromebooks

Earlier this year, it was reported that Google was working to bring Steam to Chrome OS. We’ve now discovered how Chrome OS will run Steam and which Chromebooks will support it to start. more… The post Chrome OS preparing Steam gaming...
Related topics: Intel, Chromebook, Google

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How To View A Saved Password In Google Chrome

Sometimes, you need to log in to a website from a different browser or device, but can’t remember your password. Luckily, if you’ve previously allowed Chrome to save it for Autofill, you can easily recover it on Windows 10, macOS, Chrome...
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Remember When We Warned In February Apple Will Crack Down On Long-life Https Certs? It's Happening:...

From Sept 1, new TLS certificates valid for more than 398 days will be snubbed From September 1, Apple software, from Safari to macOS to iOS, will reject new HTTPS and other SSL/TLS certificates that are valid for more than 398 days, plus or minus...
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Microsoft Explains Why Edge Ends Up “silently” Importing Firefox, Chrome Data

Microsoft Edge is Redmond’s new browser, and given it’s based on Chromium, the same engine that powers Google Chrome, it’s now available on Windows, both old and new, and macOS. At the same time, the new Edge has become the new default...
Related topics: Microsoft, Firefox, Chromium, Google

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Google Chrome For Android Preps New Bottom-bar Tab Switcher After Killing ‘duet’

Google Chrome has a pretty standard UI when it comes to being a browser, but over the past couple of years, it’s toyed with a new design that utilized a bottom bar. “Duet” as it was called has since been killed off, but now Google...
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How To Get Safari's New Privacy Features In Chrome And Firefox

Apple's browser is getting serious about security protections. If you can't or won't switch, don't worry: you don't have to fall behind.
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Google Is Working On An Improved Pdf Viewer In Chrome

Google is working on an improved UI for its PDF reader in its Chrome browser. The current UI is rather uninformative and information-poor. The new PDF Viewer (below) features an improved toolbar which shows Sidebar nav, PDF title, Page numbers, Zoom...
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