Posts Tagged ‘browser’
Those who want to dig deeper into their Chromebooks will want to learn some of the many keyboard shortcuts that exist for Chrome OS. Here are the best ones!
Chrome Apps and Extensions still need the browser to run, but they could be great products by themselves. Google is said to be working on a solution to separate the browser and Chrome Apps!
Don’t know where all your hard drive space is going? You might want to click through and see how Chrome could be eating it all up! We also know how to fix it!
Tired of Chrome not playing well with Windows 8? Google is hard at work to make your experience better. Here are the latest improvements….
Chrome’s app launcher is an upcoming feature for Windows and Mac computers, and it is already starting to roll out to some Chrome experimental browsers. Doy ou have it yet?
Coders and developers will love to be able to take advantage of all the hidden treasures behind Chrome. TCP/UDP socket support is an example of this, a feature that has long existed in other browsers, but Chrome was staying away from for security reasons. That is until lately, though, as …
Google released the stable version of its Chrome browser today, bringing its release number up to 17. It has some nifty new features for end users, but also plenty of security tweaks behind the scenes. One of the newest features is pre-rendering when you type in the Omnibox with predictive …