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How to Enable Chrome’s Hidden Windows 11 Theme

Windows 11 has a different look than Windows 10 thanks to the rounded corners and subtle transparency effects. If you want Google Chrome to match this new design language, you can enable it right now. We’ll show you how….

How to Save Passwords on Google Chrome

Google Chrome can save your website passwords and help you automatically fill them the next time you visit your sites. If you haven’t already, here’s how to enable Chrome’s built-in password manager on both your desktop and m…

What’s New in Chrome 96, Available Now

Google released Chrome 96 on November 16, 2021. Your Chrome browser will now use more of your system’s RAM, but for a good cause: The back and forward buttons will get even faster. There are many more changes behind the scene…

How to Enable Cookies in Google Chrome

If you want websites to keep you signed in to your accounts and remember your personal preferences, you’ll need to turn on cookies in your web browser. We’ll show you how to do that in Google Chrome.

What’s New in Chrome 95, Available Now

If you feel like the last Google Chrome release just happened, you’re not alone. Version 95 of the popular browser was released on October 19, 2021. This update includes improved security for payments, the ability to save Tab…

How to Export Chrome Bookmarks

A finely curated list of bookmarks makes your web browsing experience a lot easier. We’ll show you how to export your Google Chrome bookmarks so you can bring them to any new browser and feel at home.

What’s New in Chrome 93, Available Now

Google Chrome marches on with new releases every four weeks. Version 93 of the popular browser includes features for progressive web apps and new theme support for Android 12 devices. It arrived on August 31, 2021. Read on to…
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