World’s number one internet browser, Google Chrome is about to get a major design overhaul. Chrome developers recently introduced two major changes to the browser’s start page in the Chrome Canary 75. The changes include support for the dark theme in the start page and ability to set wallpapers therein.
Google wants to make it easier for you to share content in Google Chrome with a new feature. The firm is working to add a feature to Google Chrome that more or less creates anchor tags on the fly. Before I go any further, here’s an ELI5 on anchor tags.
Google has been working for some time on adding Tab Grouping to their Chrome browser. After adding some non-functional items in the context menu, the feature is now live in the latest Google Chrome Canary builds. To active the feature: Enable tab groups flag at chrome://flags Open several tabs by visiting
A new exploit has been discovered in Google Chrome that can potentially freeze Windows 10 devices completely. The new bug is being used in a tech support scam that freezes Windows 10 and then tells the user that their device is infected by a virus. The newly discovered bug uses
Progressive Web Apps are the next big thing in desktop computing, with Microsoft, Google and Firefox among others reworking their browsers so that they support PWAs. Microsoft for one has promised that it’ll be allowing users of the Edge browser to install and run PWAs just like they are native
WebP is an image format introduced by Google in 2010 which combined lossy and lossless compression to deliver images up to 45% smaller than PNGs for similar quality, and of course, fully supported by Google Chrome. It is also supported by Opera and Edge with the October 2018 Update, and
Popular web extension Privacy Badger might finally be coming to Microsoft Edge soon. The company recently announced the news GitHub. For those who don’t know, Privacy Badger is free, open-source extension for both Firefox and Chrome which blocks advertisements and cookies that don’t follow the Do Not Track setting in a user’s
Dark themes have gained new popularity in recent months, and a few days ago we wrote about a plugin for Chrome which uses CSS to turn web pages dark. At the time we had a number of other suggestions of alternate plugins for Chrome which does the same job, but today
It looks like Microsoft Edge for Android has a fun little Easter Egg. The Easter Egg was apparently added to the browser after a recent beta update to v184.108.40.2069 which also added number count inside the tabs icon. The Easter Egg comes into play if a user opens more than 100