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Enable Volume Control and Media Key Handling in Google Chrome

Enable Volume Control and Media Key Handling in Google Chrome

How to Enable Volume Control and Hardware Media Key Handling in Google Chrome

Google Chrome 75 introduces a new feature that allows using media keys on the keyboard to control the media content playback in the browser. When enabled, it allows using the Volume Up, Volume Down, or Mute media keys, you will see a special toast notification with buttons that you can use to control media playback.

Pin Tabs Using Drag and Drop in Google Chrome

Pin Tabs Using Drag and Drop in Google Chrome

Google Chrome 77 introduces a new experimental "pin area" feature. It is a special area on the tab bar where you can drag and drop a regular (unpinned) tab, and it will become pinned automatically. It is a useful alternative to the context menu. Here's how to try it in action.

Disable Rich Search Image Suggestions in Google Chrome

Disable Rich Search Image Suggestions in Google Chrome

How to disable Rich Search Image Suggestions in Google Chrome

Google Chrome 75 introduces Rich Suggestions for Search. When you perform a search from the address bar, it adds extra details to search suggestions which the browser shows for the address bar. There can be some extra text details, a thumbnail image of the web site, a photo of a person, and so on.If you are not happy with this feature, here's how to disable it.

Chrome 75 released, here are the changes

Chrome 75 released, here are the changes

Google is releasing a new version of their Chrome browser. Version 75 is landing on the stable branch, featuring 42 security fixes and a number of improvements and minor changes.

Chrome 74 is out, here are the changes

Chrome 74 is out, here are the changes

Google is releasing a new version of their Chrome browser. Version 74 is landing on the stable branch, featuring 39 security fixes and a number of improvements and optimizations.

Beware: Chromium-based Browsers Save Download Origin URL for Files

Beware: Chromium-based Browsers Save Download Origin URL for Files

Are you aware that Chromium-based browsers like Google Chrome, Chromium, Opera, etc, save the URL of origin for all downloaded files on Windows 10 and Linux? By using this information, you will be able to quickly retrieve the source URL from where you have downloaded your files. Also, you might be unhappy to learn this if you have to share your PC with other users.

Google Chrome 73 Released: Dark Mode, PWA Improvements, and more

Google Chrome 73 Released: Dark Mode, PWA Improvements, and more

A new version of the most popular web browser, Google Chrome, has been released. Google Chrome 73 is now available for Windows, Linux, Mac and Android. Sporting a minimalist design, Chrome features a very powerful fast web rendering engine "Blink" to make your browsing experience faster, safer, and easier.