Category Archives: Google Chrome

Google Drops Third Party Site Cookies and User Agent from Chrome

Google Drops Third Party Site Cookies and User Agent from Chrome

Google today revealed a couple of changes that will be done to Google Chrome in the future. The browser will prevent sites from managing third-party cookies, e.g. from setting the cookie trackers which spy on users over the Internet. Also, Google wants to drop the User Agent line to stop differentiating browsers by it. The company offers an alternative, which instead will briefly report supported features and capabilities.

Google to continue supporting Chrome on Windows 7

Google to continue supporting Chrome on Windows 7

Despite it being over ten years old, Windows 7 is still one of the most popular operating systems available today. Next week, however, will see Microsoft end support for it, and stop providing security fixes and updates. This has left a question about what programs will remain compatible with Windows 7.

After Firefox, Google Chrome Will Also Show Fewer Notifications

After Firefox, Google Chrome Will Also Show Fewer Notifications

As you may already know, one of the key changes in Firefox 72 is a reworked notification system that suppresses notification requests for certain web sites, especially for sites which try to subscribe you to their notifications without your interaction. Google Chrome devs are also working in this area. A new announcement from Google sheds some light on notification changes that are coming to Chrome 80.

Move Window To A New Tab Option is Coming to Chrome

Move Window To A New Tab Option is Coming to Chrome

The popular Google Chrome web browser already includes a number of methods you can use to move a tab to a new app window. For example, you can drag-and-drop a tab to the desktop to open a new window with the current tab as the only tab opened in that window. Google is working to add a new context menu for that task.

Google Chrome Will Show Error Codes on Aw, Snap! Pages

Google Chrome Will Show Error Codes on Aw, Snap! Pages

Yet another change is on the way to Chrome users. Google is updating the browser to show error codes on its 'Aw, Snap!' crash pages. With this change, you will no longer need to browse online for the error description and clearly see what has actually happened with a crashed tab.

Enable Real Search Box on New Tab Page in Google Chrome

Enable Real Search Box on New Tab Page in Google Chrome

How to Enable Real Search Box on New Tab Page in Google Chrome

Google Chrome is the most popular browser as of now, featuring a fast rendering engine, 'Blink', a simplified user interface, and extension support that allows adding extra features to the browser. Google is constantly adding new features to the browser, including a number of experimental features, which may or may not be included in the stable version of the app. One of the is the ability to add a 'real' search box to the new tab page.

Enable WebUI Tab Strip In Google Chrome

Enable WebUI Tab Strip In Google Chrome

How to Enable WebUI Tab Strip in Google Chrome

A new user interface features has landed in the Canary branch on Google Chrome. Now known as WebUI Tab Strip, it adds a new tab bar to the browser, featuring page thumbnail previews and a touch friendly UI.

Enable Shared Clipboard In Google Chrome

Enable Shared Clipboard In Google Chrome

How to Enable Shared Clipboard In Google Chrome

Starting in Chrome 78, the browser has a hidden feature that allows you to share your clipboard contents via the Google Account used in Chrome for synchronization. Today, we will see how to activate it in Google Chrome.

Enable Tab Freezing in Google Chrome

Enable Tab Freezing in Google Chrome

How to Enable Tab Freezing in Google Chrome

Google today released a new version of the world's popular web browser, Google Chrome. Chrome 79 includes a new interesting feature, Tab Freezing, which is hidden behind an experimental flag. Here's how to give it a try.