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Google Chrome Tip: How To Open A Search In A New Tab When Using The Omnibox

In Google Chrome, where you type in a web address, you can also perform a search. This is called the “omnibox”. Many folks I assist in the home environment are quite surprised when I show them this feature. 639 more words

Geek Squeaks

Switching to Opera

When I first started using it, Google’s Chrome browser seemed like a huge leap forward: a thread for each open tab, what’s not to like about that? 67 more words

A Week with Cortana and Other Microsoft Apps on my Mobile

If you’re an Android or iOS user with a Windows 10 PC (I don’t know why people who own an iPhone would have a PC, but many do), you may want to try Microsoft’s Cortana, Groove, Bing Search, Outlook, OneDrive and other apps that are available for free from Google Play and Apple. 394 more words

Blog

Cara Akses Situs Web Tanpa Jaringan Internet di Google Chrome

Cara Akses Situs Web Tanpa Jaringan Internet di Google Chrome

Salah satu hal yang mungkin paling menjengkelkan saat membaca informasi atau berita dari suatu situs adalah koneksi internet terputus-putus. 195 more words

Fix Google Chrome Crashing on Windows 10/8/7 - Steps

Google Chrome is one of the highly popular browsers these days across the world due to its low foot-print and fast web performance. But according to Google Chrome Customer Support professionals, there may be situations when a user may come across… 342 more words

Technology

Cheers! Now You Can Enjoy Reading Web Pages Without Internet

Google is introducing the offline webpage download features over page saving for offline use with Chrome for Android user keeping poor internet connectivity as the prime concern. 263 more words

Google Updates

Why Chrome will never be on the Windows Store or Windows 10 S

Last week, Microsoft finally announced its much-anticipated competitor to Google’s Chrome OS. It’s called Windows 10 S, and it’s essentially a stripped-down, streamlined version of the company’s desktop OS. 326 more words

Microsoft