Google Chrome on macOS has just gotten support for Dark Mode, and here's what you need to know about how to enable it.
Two Researchers have discovered a way to download videos from Netflix and Amazon Prime that are being played in Google Chrome web browser. Here are the details.
Google Chrome may be almost every user's go-to browser given the obvious advantages, but the piece of software does leave some improvements to be desired, especially on the battery consumption front if you're using a notebook. This is exactly what the team at Google has targeted to fix, as Chrome gears up to offer smart Flash content playback, improving the battery life of your notebook.
Here's how you can tweak Google Chrome Web browser on Windows to use less memory / RAM. More details and step-by-step guide can be found after the break.
Google has a history of packing in small little surprises from time to time in some of its services. Android users wouldn't be too new to the whole Easter Egg feature which Google hides away in its mobile platform, but did you know that it cleverly packed in a fun little gem in the Chrome browser? It's a retro styled game if you were wondering.
The benefit of having a notebook computer definitely speaks for itself, but those benefits invariably come under the guise of accepting that you have a very finite amount of battery life that could be depleted at any moment. According to a new report, if battery life is of extreme importance for you on your portable machine, then it could be beneficial to switch from Google Chrome to an alternative browser to avoid Chrome's power-consuming habits.
Being able to search via Google.com using the power of your voice is nothing new at this point, but actually initiating the whole process required clicking on the voice search icon in a search box. It's no great hardship in the grand scheme of things, granted, but things can always be better. That's why Google announced earlier this year that it would be bringing its hands-free activation of Google Search to Chrome.
As a continuing sign that Google means business when it comes to getting the best experience for its products onto iOS, the search giant and social network has today offered up a sizeable update to one of its most popular apps for the iPhone and iPad; Google Chrome.
Google's Chrome browser is one of the most popular in the business, and despite not having been around for as long as the likes of Mozilla's Firefox or Microsoft's Internet Explorer, the continual updates from the GOOG's famously dogmatic development team have made it hard to resist for many Web users. Today, Chrome for Windows has been given an update, bringing forth the improved pop-up notification interface as first previewed in the beta. At this point, only the Windows version sees the updated version, but the search giant has noted that the corresponding Mac iteration is imminent.