You can export Chrome bookmarks by using the Bookmark Manager tool to create an HTML file with your saved websites.
You can allow cookies on your Mac computer from Safari's Preferences page to save important information like passwords.
You can change your default web browser on Mac from System Preferences or from your browser's settings page.
You can change Google Chrome's new tab background by clicking the "Customize" button in the bottom-right corner of a new tab.
Cookies are small text files that websites store on your computer to help track your online activity.
You can enable cookies in your Google Chrome browser on desktop or mobile from the Chrome Settings menu.
Incognito mode, also known as private browsing mode, stops your web browser from saving data about you as you browse.
You can manage all the tabs in your internet browser with simple keyboard shortcuts, like pressing Ctrl or Command + T to open a new tab.
You can save a webpage as a PDF on a Windows computer using any installed web browser, including Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox. To save any webpage as a PDF, you will need to access the browser’s Print menu and select “Save as PDF” or “Microsoft Print to […]
You can change the default web browser on an iPhone running iOS 14, if you want to use a browser other than Safari, such as Google Chrome. Once you’ve set your default browser, links you click will open in that browser’s app. If you’ve tried to set your default browser […]
Apple will finally let iPhone owners set their favourite apps and services as their default web browser and mail apps in iOS 14. But many were left wondering why Apple is only allowing custom app defaults for mail and web browsing and not other categories like music, maps, or calendar. […]
Apple is launching a new Safari feature that will show users a list of the advertising trackers attempting to follow them around the web. The feature is part of Apple’s software updates coming to Macs, iPhones, and iPads in the fall. Safari will show a list of the trackers that […]
Google is cracking down on malicious and misleading website notifications in Chrome. The browser will soon block such alerts and warn users when a website may be trying to trick them into enabling notifications. Google is focusing on two specific notification types: those that trick you into enabling alerts, and […]
Google is launching a new feature for Chrome that lets you group multiple tabs together. The capability could make it easier to organise several tabs related to a single topic. Google is rolling out tab-grouping gradually starting next week, but a preview is currently available in the Chrome browser. Visit […]
One of the best things about Microsoft’s new Edge browser is its intuitive and useful privacy settings. It’s a contrast to my experience with Google Chrome, where privacy settings are comprehensive, but less intuitive, and less effective than Edge, it seems. Edge’s “Strict” privacy setting is so powerful that it […]
Microsoft released on Wednesday its new Edgeweb browser that lets users install extensions from the GoogleChrome web store. In some important ways, the new Edge is just Google Chrome dressed in Microsoft clothing – it’s based on the same open-source technology that Chrome is built on, Chromium. It even syncs […]
Google’sMessages for web service, which lets you send and receive text messages that you normally get on your Android phone, has greatly improved since its launch in 2018. It helps bridge the gap between Apple’s excellent iMessage ecosystem and Android. Messages for web works on Chrome,Firefox, Microsoft’s Edge, and even […]