More posts in “Google Chrome”

Chrome Beta for Android Rolls Out with New Material Design UI

An all new beta release of Google Chrome for Android is now rolling out on the Play Store and you won't fail to notice the more material of changes...

25 July 2014

This is Why Chrome’s Font Rendering Suddenly Looks Better on Windows

If you're running the latest beta build of Google Chrome you may have noticed that fonts suddenly look a whole lot nicer than they used to. Why? Find out.

22 July 2014

Why Using Chrome on Windows Literally Sucks (Battery, that is)

An innocuous sounding setting in Google Chrome is causing the app to chow down as much as 25% more battery power than rival web browsers on Windows.

16 July 2014

How To Lock Your Chrome Session When Sharing Your Laptop

If you're on the hunt for a safer way to share your computer while protecting your privacy, this neat new Chrome feature is worth checking out.

16 July 2014
Google Chrome for iOS

Chromecast Support, New Icon Land in Latest Chrome iOS Release

Google has this evening pushed out an update to Chrome for iPhone and iPad, a release containing a modest number of improvements.

15 July 2014

How to Enable Google’s Chrome App Launcher on Linux

Want to add the nifty Chrome App Launcher to your Linux desktop? In this guide we'll show you how, plus give a thorough overview of its various features.

15 July 2014

Adobe Crowns Google Chrome World’s Most Popular Browser

Google Chrome is the world's most used browser on desktops and mobile devices, a new report from Adobe Digital Index (ADI) claims.

25 June 2014

Google Halts Work on Omnibar URL Hiding in Chrome

Google has put on hold an experimental browser feature that hid the full URL of a website behind a button in the Chrome omnibar.

13 June 2014

Chrome Web Store Can Now Show What Apps Are Popular in Your Country

Google has made it easy to see which Chrome apps on the Web Store are popular in a users' country, and which apps are also available on Android.

4 June 2014

Better Late Than Never: Google Finally Brings 64-bit Chrome to Windows

Google has finally released native 64-bit builds of Chrome for Windows 7 and 8, albeit as development builds aimed at developers and brave testers.

4 June 2014

Google Blocks Install of Chrome Extensions Outside the Web Store for Windows Users

We knew it was coming, and today it is so: Chrome users on Windows can no longer install extensions or apps from outside the Chrome Web Store.

27 May 2014

Chrome Web Store Adds ‘Available for Android’ Search Filter

Google may say that it intends to keep Android and Chrome OS separate, but that doesn't mean they can't buddy up.

23 May 2014