Don't want to delete your passwords one at a time? No problem.
Chrome is a popular web browser created by Google. As of October 2013, Chrome accounted for 54.1% of browser usage globally.
If you've got tracks to cover, you need to clear your browser history. Clearing your history is different from clearing your browser cache.
Trouble loading web pages? Try clearing your cache!
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Google Chrome power users likely make use of profiles to manage various browsing contexts. There are many advantages to doing so.
Generally you can download Chrome extensions from the Chrome Web Store, but sometimes you might need to install one manually. This guide will show you how to install a Chrome extension manually.
Sometimes I accidentally hit "Allow" when a website wants access to Chrome's notifications. This is almost always a mistake. This guide will show you how to disable notifications in Chrome.
In the wake of Google's announcement that it will start giving a ranking boost to full-SSL sites, many companies are converting their sites to be full-https.
As a web developer, I stare at Chrome's developer tools -- particularly the Elements and Console tabs -- all day long. As a result, all light and no dark makes Zach's eyes dull and tired.
This quick shortcut avoids the need to open Developer Tools and THEN manually click on Console. This saves a bit of time and mouse-clicking.
Tired of constantly closing the downloads bar in Chrome after a download has completed? As a web developer who constantly downloads things, I was too.