How to Update the Google Chrome Browser

by Sep 06, 2011

Although Google’s browser does a great job of updating itself whenever updates are available, there may come a time when you haven’t restarted the browser for a while and an updates become available. Unless you know what to look for you may be running an outdated version of Chrome that could expose your computer to…Continue Reading

How to Change the Default Download Location in Chrome

Aug 15, 2011 3 Comments

Do you download files to your computer and wonder where the heck they are saved? Don’t worry, you’re not the first. In Chrome the default download location in Windows and Mac OS is the Downloads folder under the User’s profile. However if you prefer to use another location like an external hard drive or another…Continue Reading

6 Extensions that will Improve Your Chrome Browsing Experience

May 20, 2011 1 Comment

As cool as Google’s Chrome already is—it uses the protocol SPDY which makes web browsing about 64 percent faster than other web browsers—it can be even cooler by downloading features that can enhance its functionality. The following features, which are technically called add-ons— can help you improve the way you organize the content you find…Continue Reading

Rent Your Next Notebook from Google

May 13, 2011 No Comments

In today’s society, everything is on the web, from word processors to photo albums. Google understands this and is looking into the future with a new type of notebook called the Chromebook. Chromebook doesn’t require an operating system, nor does it ever need manually updated. Chromebook is just a computer built for a browser. Chromebooks…Continue Reading

Delete Flash Cookies in Internet Explorer with Flash 10.3

May 10, 2011 2 Comments

A little over a week ago, we announced that Chrome had implemented the ability to delete flash cookies within the browser, shortly after Adobe released the update for Flash Player 10.3, and now we’re starting to see this expand to other browsers. Now Microsoft is announcing that Flash cookies will now be deleted in both…Continue Reading

How to Surf the Web Securely With Your Browser

May 06, 2011 3 Comments

The most popular browsers currently are Mozilla Firefox and Microsoft Internet Explorer, however Google Chrome is another that proves to be one of the best. Regardless of which browser you use, you always want to ensure that your web surfing is safe and secure at all times. Regardless of the amount of plug-ins on the…Continue Reading

Deleting Flash Cookies in Chrome Introduced in Latest Dev Build

May 02, 2011 1 Comment

Everyone has experienced browser cookies some time in their Internet lifetime and for the most part they’ve always had the ability to remove any unwanted ones. What many people don’t realize is that when you delete your cookies, you’re not deleting the cookies stored by programs such as Adobe Flash Player. These LSOs, Local Shared…Continue Reading

Google Docs Finally Supports Pagination

Apr 21, 2011 1 Comment

To the day one year ago, Google released a newly updated version of the Google document editor which included many much needed updates. Now, Google is taking that document editor one step further by adding pagination to all documents. Pagination means that you will now be able to see the physical pages in your document,…Continue Reading

Malicious File Downloads a thing of the Past with Chrome’s Latest Update

Apr 11, 2011 No Comments

Malicious files have been around for years and there’s really no stopping them. You have spam, adware, malware, popups, and many others that could easily take over your computer, requiring you to spend time and money fixing it up. These malicious files are now going to be brought to justice in the Google Chrome browser…Continue Reading

Use Background Apps in Chrome to Declutter Your Tabs

Feb 28, 2011 No Comments

Google Chrome is a powerhouse for apps and extensions and is used by a wide variety of people. A lot of people also have many tabs and apps open at the same time, which can be cumbersome if you’re trying to switch between them. If apps and extension tabs fill up your browsers’ window, then…Continue Reading

How to Print from Your Desktop with Google Cloud Print

Feb 22, 2011 No Comments

Google’s announcement of a cloud printing service disappointed a lot of users who expected the Mobile and Chrome OS only feature to allow for printing from other operating systems. Fortunately, Oren Yomtov, a Chrome extension developer has put together an extension that allows Windows and Mac users to print from their computers to Google’s Cloud…Continue Reading

How to Take Screenshots in Chrome OS

Feb 14, 2011 1 Comment

If you were lucky enough to get your hands on one of Google’s CR-48 laptops or happen to be running Chrome OS in a virtual machine, chances are that you’ve wanted to take a screenshot for whatever reason. If this is the case and you don’t know how to take screenshots or where the screenshots…Continue Reading

Chrome Hits 10% Market Share, Internet Explorer 8 Still Dominates

Feb 01, 2011 2 Comments

Net Applications just released their January browser wars information which indicates that Internet Explorer 8 remains the dominant browser with 34.79% market share growing at 1.18%. Chrome What does all this mean? There’s healthy competition and despite Google’s efforts to supplant Internet Explorer, recent investments by Microsoft for Internet Explorer in improving speed, the experience,…Continue Reading