In The News 11-15-2013 Roku adds Disney programming, Chrome extends XP support and Facebook resets passwords due to security breach. Continue reading
Hilda writes: I have recently bought a Chromebook and I just can’t figure out how to do the downloads. I am not that computered with these things. I have no idea how to download games or programs and photos. Hopefully you can figure out what I”m talking about. Sincerely, Hilda. Continue reading
A remote desktop utility allows you to connect to any computer through a remote desktop connection, as long as both the computers are connected to the internet. There are a good number of scenarios when a remote connection saves the day and the Google Chrome remote desktop extension makes it easy to setup a remote connection between any two computers. Continue reading
Finding word definitions on the web just became easier, thanks to a new extension for Google Chrome. With this feature installed, simply double-clicking a word on a web page activates a pop-up with a definition of that word. Continue reading
Google Chrome browser has risen to be one of the most popular web browsers, with a nifty set of features that have impressed Internet users. The support for add-ons known as extensions, the support for tabs, speed dial on the home screen and an awesome speed, takes Google Chrome to the very next level and beyond what many other browsersare currently offering. Behind the scenes, Google
While searching for an answer to a reader’s question about Google Chrome (an answer that was never found), I ran across the Chrome Task Manager. Since, for a couple years, Chrome was my default browser, you might think I’d have noticed this before. You’d be wrong.
The Task Manager in Chrome is very similar to the Windows Task Manager, in that
The more I mess around with Google chrome, the more I like it. Just the other day I stumbled across the Autofill feature, which allows you to input your name and address info, so it only takes a single click to fill out all that information on a website. Here’s how you get to it:
First, open Chrome and click on
I want Internet Explorer to automatically open to a particular site, when I log on. Can you help?
The page that opens when you fire up your browser, is your home page. In addition to setting up a home page for Internet Explorer (IE), we’ll also set one up in Firefox and Chrome.
It’s easiest to begin by first going to the page you’d like to keep as… Continue reading