Tag: Chrome

How to enable the secret side search feature in Chrome

It is easy to perform searches in Chrome, but you can make things easier. You probably currently either launch Google (or your preferred search engine) in a new tab, or just type a search term in the address bar, but…

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Google is bringing secure virtual credit cards to Chrome

Making payments online is fraught with potential dangers, and there is risk involved with making purchases with your credit card. To help offer a level of protection, many companies — including the likes of Revolut — enable their customers to…

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Linux Lite 6.0 RC1 is here with Google Chrome as new default web browser

Now that Ubuntu 22.04 has been released, we will start to see updates to all the Linux distributions that are based on Canonical’s operating system. For instance, the first release candidate of Linux Lite 6.0, which is based on Ubuntu…

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Google is making it easier to find the best browser extensions in the Chrome Web Store

Among the supposed benefits of downloading apps and other digital products from an official store is that they should be safe and reliable. But as users of the Microsoft Store, Google Play and the App Store will attest, making an…

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Google is going to help you improve your privacy in Chrome with Privacy Guide

Google is rolling out a new feature to Chrome users which it says will help to protect privacy while online. Although the Privacy Guide does not add any new privacy options, it serves as a step-by-step guide that will enable…

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Microsoft and Google release emergency patches for security vulnerabilities in Edge and Chrome

Google has released an emergency patch for the Windows, macOS and Linux versions of Chrome after the discovery of a zero-day vulnerability that the company says is being actively exploited. The security fix comes as Microsoft releases a patch of…

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Chrome, Edge and Firefox versions 100 will break many websites

Cast your mind back, and you will recall the Millennium Bug, or the Y2K problem. There were fears that planes would fall from the sky, bank machines would fail, and chaos would ensure as computer systems did not know how…

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Google’s Linux-based Chrome OS Flex is a huge threat to Windows 11, and Microsoft should be extremely worried

Windows 11 is a really good operating system, but it is overkill for many home and education users these days. Not to mention, it can be risky to use since there is so much malware designed for it. Even for…

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Chrome could soon give you greater control over bothersome compromised password warnings

In theory, the fact that Google Chrome can warn you if any of your saved passwords have been involved in breaches is a good thing. In theory. In practice, it can be a different story. There may be a very…

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