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How to use Google Chrome on Windows, Android, macOS, and other platforms. How to browse the web safely with Google Chrome.

How do I make the text bigger in Chrome, Edge, Firefox, and Opera?

How do I make the text bigger in Chrome, Edge, Firefox, and Opera?

Have you tried to read a web page and had to squint your eyes because the font size was too small? The combination of resolutions and screen sizes can sometimes result in weird pairings that make the text on web pages hard to read. The question is: How do I permanently enlarge text in my browser? The answer differs quite a lot depending on the
Put Chrome & other browsers in full screen (Edge, Firefox, and Opera)

Put Chrome & other browsers in full screen (Edge, Firefox, and Opera)

When browsing the internet, you ideally want as much screen space as possible allocated to website contents. Especially when your monitor is small, an extra inch can make a world of difference. Well, we have good news. You can extend the space used by the browser content by going full-screen. In this article, we show you how to run Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox,
How to put Google Chrome in Dark Mode

How to put Google Chrome in Dark Mode

The trend is clear, Dark Mode is the new black. Making all the buttons and interface elements look as dark as the future of humankind seems to be very attractive these days. Developers have jumped on this bandwagon, introducing a “dark mode” for their respective applications and operating systems. Is there a dark mode for Google Chrome? Definitely, although depending on your operating system, the
How to print an article without ads in all major browsers

How to print an article without ads in all major browsers

Do you want to print without ads? If you’re browsing the internet, and you come across an interesting article or guide, it’s a good idea to know how to print the web page without ads. Otherwise, all the annoying advertisements and sidebars get printed as well, cluttering the result and wasting precious ink. This guide illustrates how to print articles without ads on Google Chrome,
Go incognito with a shortcut key in Chrome, Edge, Firefox, and Opera

Go incognito with a shortcut key in Chrome, Edge, Firefox, and Opera

We all want to browse the web as privately as possible, and using dedicated modes like Google Chrome’s Incognito or Microsoft Edge’s InPrivate helps us with this goal. If you’re sharing a device, it makes sense to want to keep some of your browsing history to yourself. Furthermore, knowing how to go incognito as fast as possible could save you precious time. So, if you
How to go incognito in Chrome, Firefox, Edge, and Opera

How to go incognito in Chrome, Firefox, Edge, and Opera

Are you wondering how to go incognito in your web browser and what that means? Incognito Mode is a useful tool that prevents your browser from saving data about you and the websites you visit. While every major browser offers private browsing, the feature comes under different names. It’s named Incognito Mode in Chrome, Microsoft Edge calls it InPrivate, while Opera and Firefox use Private
How to post pictures on Instagram from a PC

How to post pictures on Instagram from a PC

If you load the Instagram website on your laptop or desktop PC, you notice that you can’t post any pictures. Even if you install the Instagram app for Windows 10 on your computer, you still can’t use it to post pictures. Unfortunately, this happens because this social network has decided that you should use it only on smartphones, tablets, and other mobile devices. However, there’s
How to stop Chrome from asking to save passwords

How to stop Chrome from asking to save passwords

There are several reasons to turn off the Chrome password manager on your device(s). Maybe you want Chrome to stop asking to Save password because you don’t want it to store your credentials. Or perhaps you’re already using a dedicated password manager that conflicts with Google Chrome’s built-in one. Besides, the constant prompts can become annoying. Luckily, it’s easy to turn off the Google password
What version of Chrome do I have? 6 ways to find out

What version of Chrome do I have? 6 ways to find out

Google Chrome reigns supreme as the dominant web browser across all platforms. You can use Chrome on both your home and work computers, as well as on mobile devices, and keeping it up to date is crucial for its security and performance. If you’re wondering, “What version of Chrome do I have?”, there are several ways to figure that out on any device. This guide
How to mute a tab in Chrome, Firefox, Microsoft Edge, and Opera

How to mute a tab in Chrome, Firefox, Microsoft Edge, and Opera

Do you often come across websites that automatically play videos or sounds without your permission in one of your browser tabs? Do you find them as annoying as we do, so you want to mute them immediately and get back to what you were doing? Then you’re in the right place. Since unwanted audio bothers us a lot, we decided to create a guide to
How to make Chrome the default browser in Windows 10 (Firefox & Opera)

How to make Chrome the default browser in Windows 10 (Firefox & Opera)

Are you wondering how to make Google Chrome the default browser in Windows 10? Do you want to make Firefox the default browser on your Windows 10 computer or device? How about another web browser? Whether you like Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Opera, Microsoft Edge, or any other browser out there, this guide has all the answers you need. Keep reading to find out how to
How to enable Do Not Track in Chrome, Firefox, Edge, and Opera

How to enable Do Not Track in Chrome, Firefox, Edge, and Opera

Do Not Track or DNT is a web browser feature that lets websites know you don’t want to be tracked. When you enable the DNT setting in your web browser, it sends a Do Not Track request with your browsing traffic to all the websites you visit and the third-party services they’re using, asking them not to collect data about you and your browsing habits.
How to turn off Chrome notifications on Android: The complete guide

How to turn off Chrome notifications on Android: The complete guide

If you’re sick of the constant Google Chrome notifications spam, there are several ways to get rid of it. One option is to completely turn off Chrome notifications on Android and continue to use your smartphone or tablet without further interruptions. However, if you’d still like to see some of the Google Chrome push notifications, you can just disable the alerts you find annoying or
How to unblock Adobe Flash Player in Google Chrome

How to unblock Adobe Flash Player in Google Chrome

Adobe Flash used to be one of the most widely used technologies for displaying media-rich content on the web. However, as web content creators moved away from it and towards the faster and more secure open web technologies, even Adobe threw in the towel, announcing they would stop supporting Flash at the end of 2020 and determining major tech companies like Google to do the
How to turn off Chrome notifications: All you need to know

How to turn off Chrome notifications: All you need to know

Do you want to stop Google Chrome notifications? Are you wondering how to turn off notifications in Chrome and use your PC without interruptions? While you might find it useful to get updates from your favorite websites, allowing too many of them can feel like Google Chrome notifications spam. If you are tired of alerts popping up on your desktop, this tutorial illustrates how to
About InPrivate and Incognito. What's private browsing? Which browser is the best?

About InPrivate and Incognito. What's private browsing? Which browser is the best?

When you want to hide something you do online, you use a private browsing mode like Incognito, Private Browsing, or InPrivate. However, do you know how private you actually are when you use this way of browsing the web? Can others still see what you are doing online? Also, do you know which browser is best at protecting your privacy? We tested the latest versions
Make InPrivate or Incognito shortcuts for Firefox, Chrome, Edge, Opera, or Internet Explorer

Make InPrivate or Incognito shortcuts for Firefox, Chrome, Edge, Opera, or Internet Explorer

If you don't want your web browser to keep your browsing history, your cookies and site data, temporary files, searches, and the information you entered in forms, then you have to use a form of private browsing. Google Chrome calls this mode Incognito, Firefox and Opera calls it Private Browsing, while Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge call it InPrivate. Read this guide and learn how