March 14, 2019
Google has released Chrome 73 for Mac and Windows. The biggest feature in this update is the dark mode, which was available in beta builds since some time. Chrome 73 also includes a number of other new features which include support for Progressive Web Apps (PWA) support, hardware media keys, auto picture-in-picture, enhanced spell check, updates to Sync, and a bunch of new developer focused …
February 11, 2019
Google is working on a dark mode for Chrome, which will work with both macOS Mojave and Windows 10. The update is currently a work in progress and has been included in the latest Canary builds of Chrome. Here’s how you can get Chrome canary build on your computer to use the new dark mode.
October 17, 2018
Google has released the latest update to Chrome, version 70, with a number of important new features. These include support for AV1 codec, picture-in-picture video playback, a fix for Google sign-in linking, support for Progressive Web Apps on Windows, and much more. Chrome 70 is now available for Mac, Windows and Android.
September 10, 2018
If you are one who enjoys watching YouTube videos while working, but do not have an extra monitor to do so, we know how you feel. While most other browsers have a solution to this, those of you with Google Chrome might be feeling left out. While Safari on macOS has picture-in-picture video playback as a native feature, along with Opera for Windows and Mac, it’s …
September 9, 2018
It’s pretty easy to take screenshots in Chrome using the screenshots tools in macOS and Windows 10, but what if you need to take a screengrab of a whole website? Today, we tell you how to take website screenshots in Chrome!
September 9, 2018
If you are not as ecstatic about the new changes in Google Chrome version 69 as we are, there is a way for you to revert the changes without much effort. Find out how you can get the old look back with Chrome 69 through a few simple steps!
September 7, 2018
Google Chrome is one of Internet’s top browsers of choice. One would never have guessed that the browser which is notorious for eating ram liberally would ever reach 10 years. It seems that Chrome version 69 is looking to turn over a new leaf with what can be called the most significant update for the browser in a long time.