If you are an internet surfer and open a ton of tabs, you may notice that your computer has become sluggish. Many times this can be from using a lot of memory usage (caused by a website) in Chrome. … Continue reading
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Tagged chrome, Internet, troubleshooting, Windows
The latest version of Chrome allows you to Enable Chrome’s tab audio muting capabilities. Open Chrome. Navigate to chrome://flags Scroll down to Enable tab audio muting UI Control. Close Chrome and restart. After enabling, you can navigate to websites … Continue reading
Have you seen Chrome stall on loading cache? Try this if emptying cache from Chrome or running cleaners doesn’t work- First open a command prompt Type ipconfig /flushdns Then manually open the following path (make sure Chrome is closed). You … Continue reading
The process uses App Runtime for Chrome (ARC) – a Google project that allows Chrome to run native code safely within a web browser. Read more How To Run Almost Any Android App On Windows, OS X, Linux with Chrome.
If you have at least 4gb of ram and you don’t use memory needy applications, this can speed up Chrome. If you can sacrifice at least 1gb of installed ram to use with a ram disk, you can have Chrome … Continue reading
Found this over on Bill Mullin’s blog. Great tip from PCWorld. Apparently when you disable pepperflash dll, Youtube and flash sites run smoother. I saw a huge improvement. On my wife’s laptop, I had to install (re-install) flash … Continue reading
Want to know information about Chrome and its inner workings? If you use Chrome, you can type: chrome://memory-redirect/ Here you’ll find a ton of information about your copy of Chrome and how it is being used. You can also see … Continue reading
Do you have devices such as a NAS, Firewall or other device on your network that will only work in IE? Josh gave me a reminder of just how powerful Chrome can be if you load the IE Tab … Continue reading
I have noticed a remarkable increase in website load times with Google’s Chrome by disabling three services found under the Tools – Options – Under the Hood Settings. The three settings provide networking options that may slow your performance. Try … Continue reading
A review of 100 Google Chrome extensions, including the 50 most popular selections, found that 27 percent of them contain one or more vulnerabilities that could be exploited by attackers either via the Web or unsecured Wi-Fi hotspots. More Than One-Fourth … Continue reading
Multiple vulnerabilities have been reported in Google Chrome, where some have unknown impacts and others can can be exploited by malicious people to bypass certain security restrictions and potentially compromise a user’s system Multiple vulnerabilities in Google Chrome.
Posted in Computer Security, Computers, Education, freeware, Hacking, Information Technology, Technology
Tagged chrome, freeware, google, Google Chrome, Internet, web
Google’s Search by Voice is a neat feature that allows you to click on the microphone in the Google search box and use your voice to search Google. Google’s Chrome browser is required.
Posted in Computers, Information Technology, Internet, network, Technology, Wireless
Tagged biometrics, chrome, google, Google Chrome, Google Search, Google Search by Voice
One of the most popular droid apps is now avialable online. Angry Birds requires Chrome browser and can be played here.
How to Make Your Own Chrome OS Chromebook. On June 15, Samsung and Acer will release the first consumer-oriented Chrome OS laptops, or Chromebooks as Google likes to call them. Both hardware- and software-wise, these netbooks are nothing special: You … Continue reading
The most powerful Wireless USB adapter for desktops, laptops and netbooks is around 2 mw for the home user. (See our updated post and high gain antennas for the adapters here ) We have featured key wireless utilities such as … Continue reading
Recently Pat had a program he needed to update. I couldn’t remember the settings to bypass a proxy server if you have a program that will not update and there are no settings to use a proxy server. Here’s his … Continue reading
The human anatomy can be viewed with Google Labs – Body Browser. I stumbled on this at school today while doing research on Chrome. Google Labs’ Body Browser requires a browser with WebGL support (basically 3D on the web). … Continue reading
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Tagged 3d human anatomy software, chrome, chrome beta, College, Education, Google labs, Google's Body Browser, Health, healthcare, higher ed, higher education, hospitals, Human Anatomy, K-12, Medical, nursing, School
We just posted a way to test your browser but you can’t beat Bill Mullins. One of the best computer bloggers on the web along with Rick over at WhatsOnMyPC (excellent resource for freeware and reviews), Bill gives a thorough … Continue reading