While it often takes a bit of practice to familiarize yourself and get skilled with mouse-less computer use, the effort can be well worth your while. Any data entry worker or software developer will tell you that keyboard and keyboard shortcuts allow you to accomplish tasks with a lot more speed than you would with a mouse. Today we’ll
A lot of Mac enthusiasts prefer using Safari over Chrome, thanks to its lower battery consumption. Nowadays, Safari is better than ever before, but as with all browsers it has some quirks that need fixing. Fortunately enough, you can smooth out most of the browser’s rough edges by making a quick visit to Safari’s settings.
Google Chrome is the world’s most popular browser, but even though it gets a lot right, you can still improve it. Chrome experts probably know that some of its best options are hidden. Many of these secret options live in the Chrome Flags menu. Let’s discuss some of the best Chrome flags that you can
Opera is one of the few, major browsers to survive in a market dominated by Google Chrome. With consistent updates and a wide set of built-in tools you wouldn’t find on others, Opera has managed to thrive. But Opera offers much more than what meets the eye. There are a host of other nifty features
The days of having the perfect browser setup on one computer and losing it when you move to a different machine are over. It’s now simple to sync browser data across your devices. This lets you work with the same configuration on your desktop, laptop, and phone. You’re probably familiar with Chrome’s syncing, but did
With the increase in awareness around personal data and how companies harvest it to sell, it’s no wonder that people are interested in ways to keep their online habits more private. One of these ways is using private browser modes while online. Here’s your guide to private browsing and how to enable it in your