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Google Chrome and Chrome OS releases are paused due to coronavirus (Update: Unpaused)

Google Chrome and Chrome OS releases are paused due to coronavirus (Update: Unpaused)

For the past few years, a new Chrome release has occurred every six weeks, with changes coming to Chrome OS shortly afterward. However, the ongoing coronavirus outbreak has caused many companies to delay or scale back product releases, and it seems Chrome is no exception. Google today announced on the …

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8 Chrome extensions that help you stay productive on your Chromebook

8 Chrome extensions that help you stay productive on your Chromebook

A lot of people are starting to get accustomed to remote working, considering that many countries have mandated shutdowns and quarantines to battle the novel coronavirus. While working from home may be comfortable and fun at first, you need to have the right tools at your disposal to be efficient …

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Use Emoji Anywhere In Chrome Or A Chromebook

Use Emoji Anywhere In Chrome Or A Chromebook

Emoji are available to use pretty much everywhere, including in Chrome or on a Chromebook. And that’s hardly surprising. The expressive little characters have become an instrumental part of communication over the past several years. They can portray a range of emotions or ideas in a single instance or be …

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The Best Browsers for 2020: Chrome, Firefox, Edge, and More Tested

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Picking a web browser isn’t like selecting an operating system or smartphone ecosystem. Unlike choosing MacOS, Windows, or Chrome OS, where your choices are mutually exclusive, switching between browsers isn’t quite so jarring. You can download any one of the current major browsers in the time it takes you to …

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Microsoft Edge Is Less Private Than Chrome Or Firefox, Shares URLs and Device Identifiers, Researchers Find

Microsoft Edge Is Less Private Than Chrome Or Firefox, Shares URLs and Device Identifiers, Researchers Find

New research shows that Microsoft Edge is one of the least private web browsers in the world, as it sends identifiers linked to the device hardware and details of web pages visited by users to back-end servers, unlike other popular browsers. Over time, this information can be used to de-anonymise …

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No New Features For Chrome, Chromebooks Until Coronavirus Subsides

No New Features For Chrome, Chromebooks Until Coronavirus Subsides

Google is putting a temporary stay on feature updates to both its Chrome browser and Chromebooks for the foreseeable future due to ongoing coronavirus concerns. That’s based on a recently spotted official announcement from the company. The search giant’s statement doesn’t specifically mention coronavirus or COVID-19. But Google uses language …

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Google Tests Two-Page View For PDF Files In Chrome

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Google is working to bring a dedicated two-page view for PDF files to the built-in PDF viewer in Chrome via a new icon in the tool’s UI. Spotted by TechDows, the feature does precisely what its name implies. At the tap of a button, it showcases two pages of a …

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How to Save a Webpage as a PDF in Chrome, Edge, Safari and More

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Everyone eventually comes across a webpage they need to save for offline research or sharing with teammates. You could just copy and paste the link, but sometimes it’s nice to have the page as an image you can view offline, mark up, or print. The most flexible solution is to …

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How To Remove Suggested URLS & Change New Page Shortcuts In Chrome

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Shortcuts and suggested URLs are among the most useful features found in Google’s Chrome browser. In the latter case, they provide users a quick way to get back to their most visited or recent sites without needing to type out the entire web address. They also allow users to get …

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Chrome OS 80 Lands Late With Some Moderate Changes, Bug Fix

Chrome OS 80 Lands Late With Some Moderate Changes, Bug Fix

Chrome OS 80 is reportedly finally beginning its rollout, delivering a couple of fixes, app sideloading, and a bump to the Linux container. That’s setting aside the beginnings of a new Android-like tab strip for better tab management in Chrome. Aside from other changes cutting across all desktop platforms in …

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