If you’ve switched from Safari to Chrome on your iPhone, you’ll find the layout quite different than what you’re used to. It’s not difficult to find your way around in Chrome, but the following tips will come in handy nonetheless. Note: The Chrome toolbar appears at the bottom in portrait mode and at the top

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HTTP cookies have both positive and negative traits. Yes, third-party cookies can follow you around the web and record your actions, but cookies can also be used for authentication, personalizing websites, and automatically filling in forms. If you delete them, you’ll lose all that stored information and will have to enter it again. However, if

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Is your new tab page looking a little bland? Chrome’s default new tab page is essentially a copy of Google’s homepage, reskinned with whatever Chrome theme you’ve selected. Aside from a search bar and links to your most-visited sites, this page doesn’t offer much functionality. With the latest release of Chrome, Google now allows you

If you use a shared computer, chances are, you’re using a shared browser. If you would rather have personalized browser settings, private search history, and all the things that come with a browser of your own, you should be using Google Chrome’s custom profiles feature. How to Set Up Custom Profiles in Chrome To set up

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The browser is a magical gateway to so many worlds. It is where you chat with your friends, collaborate on a presentation with your colleagues, and more, all at the same time. Therefore, it is unfair that browsers today don’t allow concurrent multiple sessions for the same website. Fortunately, third-party plugins do. Here are some

Sigh, web browsers and tab management, it’s a never-ending saga and none of the browser-makers seems to be able to fix it. While they try to come up with solutions, your best bet in the meanwhile is to download a useful extension to manage tabs. We’ve already talked about some of the best tab management