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Chrome Tip – Task manager

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Task manager shows the memory and CPU usage by each and every tab opened in your Google Chrome browser. If three are many Tabs open in the browser, and causing slow speed, you can open task manager to locate a problematic site. You need to right click on the title bar and select “Task Manager”, […]

Chrome Tip – Secret mode

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For private browsing, you can enable secret (incognito) mode, where Chrome will not keep your browsing or download history. You can enable secret mode by pressing Ctrl + Shift + N, or go to Settings click “new incognito Window”, or you can select “open link in incognito window” by a right mouse click.

Chrome Tip – Reopen recently closed tab

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While surfing the  internet, you can open any tab that has been closed by mistake. You just have to pressing Ctrl + Shift + T. You can also reopen it by a right click on the title-bar -> and select “Reopen closed tab” as shown above.

Chrome Tip – Utilizing Omnibox

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In Chrome, the URL address bar is also called as Omnibox, which can be used for simple mathematical queries. Just type the calculations or conversions directly in the Omnibox and press enter to see the results yourself.

Chrome Tip – Create desktop shortcuts of your favorite websites

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In Chrome, you can turn the site into a desktop app to quickly access your favorite website. To make a shortcut, navigate to your favorite website, click the wrench icon select “Tools” and then click on “Create application shortcuts.”

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