Google Chrome is taking up the challenge against fired potato, sound waves, and lighting in speed, showing amazingly high rendering speeds in splits of a second. And for the geeks, this is the behind the scenes video. Now imagine if I do this same test here in Kuwait. Bake a toast Vs Google Chrome. That […]
Know this little icon that appears on the right of the address bar? This is what tells you that there is an RSS feed to this page that you can subscribe to. And this is what you don’t get in Google Chrome browser for some reason. To get it, I have to search for RSS […]
Have you seen this in your Google Chrome? It’s a new feature recently added to Chrome that keeps asking you whether you want to translate non-English pages. It will allow you to easily and quickly translate any non-English text on your page. And yes, I say keeps as I think it’s annoying to have such […]
Few days ago, Mike Pinkerton, from the Chrome Project for Mac, tweeted Chrome for Mac release is really close now, with 8 more bugs to go, then signaling just mostly Flash issues remaining. I’ve personally lost patience as Firefox fails to meet my expectations, and jumped to the developer version of Chrome for Mac weeks […]
ChromeTricks have listed 7 Google Chrome extensions that could make your Google Chrome experience better. They’re still not as complicated as Firefox, but it’s the way. Extensions range from web-to-pdf convertion, resource freeup, password recovery, and others.
For those of you enjoying all the Chrome super speeds (and all Windows problems), if you need to disable the display of most visited sites in a new tab, although I personally love it, here is how to do it.
For Chrome users, you may really like this tool to backup your Chrome profile, settings, bookmarks, and history, easily restorable then. Also useful if you use Chrome over multiple PCs. PS: If you have Google Chrome, play with this neat Gravity Experiment.