Category Archives: Google Chrome

Enable Tab Thumbnail Previews in Google Chrome

Enable Tab Thumbnail Previews in Google Chrome

How to Enable Tab Thumbnail Previews in Google Chrome Tab Hover Cards

Starting in Google Chrome 78,  the browser includes new tab tooltips. They now include the full page title and its URL address. In addition, it is possible to configure the tooltips to  include a thumbnail preview image of the page opened in the tab. Here's how it can be done.

Disable Tab Hover Cards Previews in Google Chrome

Disable Tab Hover Cards Previews in Google Chrome

How to Disable Tab Previews (Tab Hover Cards) in Google Chrome

Starting in Google Chrome 78,  the browser includes new tab tooltips. They now include the full page title and its URL address. In the future, the tooltips will also include a thumbnail preview image of the page opened in the tab. If you are not happy with this change, here is how to revert it and restore the classic tab tooltips.

Chrome 78 is out with Shared Clipboard, and more

Chrome 78 is out with Shared Clipboard, and more

Google Chrome 78 is out today. Besides 37 fixed vulnerabilities, Chrome 78.0.3904.70 includes a number of new features, such as DNS over HTTPS (DoH), Shared Clipboard, Google Drive search from the address bar, and more.

Create Google Chrome Incognito Mode Shortcut

Create Google Chrome Incognito Mode Shortcut

How to Create Google Chrome Incognito Mode Shortcut

Almost every Google Chrome user is familiar with Incognito mode, that allows opening a special window that doesn't save your browsing history and personal data. You can create a special shortcut to open a new Incognito window directly with one click. Here's how.

Force Enable Guest Mode in Google Chrome

Force Enable Guest Mode in Google Chrome

How to Force Enable Guest Mode in Google Chrome

In our previous article, we have seen how to create a special shortcut to always start Google Chrome in Guest Mode. Today, we will review a method that will allow you to have Google Chrome running in Guest Mode by default, without modifying its command line. This can be useful in certain scenarios.

Start Google Chrome Always in Guest Mode

Start Google Chrome Always in Guest Mode

How to Start Google Chrome Always in Guest Mode

Starting in Google Chrome 77, you can create a shortcut to open Chrome in Guest Mode. The browser allows enforcing guest browsing mode, so it won't save cookies, the browsing history, and other profile-specific data. This feature is useful in terms of privacy. It plays well with a shared user account at home, or in any other environment.

Enable Color and Theme for New Tab Page in Google Chrome

Enable Color and Theme for New Tab Page in Google Chrome

How to Enable Color and Theme Dialog for New Tab Page in Google Chrome

Starting in Google Chrome 77, you can enable advanced appearance options for the New Tab page. It will allow to change its color, set a background image, and customize shortcuts using a new dialog. Let's see how to enable it.

Enable Global Media Controls in Google Chrome

Enable Global Media Controls in Google Chrome

How to Enable Global Media Controls in Google Chrome

Starting in Google Chrome 77, you can now enable Global Media Controls in the stable branch of the browser. Earlier, this interesting feature was limited to the Canary branch of Chrome. Let's see how to activate it.

Chrome 77 is out with the following change log

Chrome 77 is out with the following change log

Google is releasing a new version of their Chrome browser. Version 77 is now available to the stable branch users, featuring 52 fixed vulnerabilities and a number of improvements and minor changes. The new features include the new appearance for EV (Extended Validation) certificates in the address bar, fort rendering changes, a new welcome page, and more.

Enable Dark Mode for Any Site In Google Chrome

Enable Dark Mode for Any Site In Google Chrome

How to Enable Dark Mode for Any Site In Google Chrome

Google Chrome is known for having interesting experimental features which often can be enabled with a flag only. One of such features has recently landed on the pre-release versions of the browser, allowing to force enable the dark look for any web site and to override its style and appearance.