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How to Make Website Text Larger on Android

If you’re unable to read the text on webpages, you might need to zoom in. Unfortunately, not every website allows it. Thankfully, you can force your web browser to zoom in on certain websites if you need to….

How to Disable Google Chrome’s Tab Hover Cards

Tab Hover Cards in Google Chrome help you discern tabs from one another when you have numerous pages open. The feature is enabled by default, but if you don’t like it, the pop-up card can easily be disabled using a Chrome fla…

How to Reopen a Closed Tab in Google Chrome

Like other modern web browsers, Chrome lets you quickly reopen tabs and windows you’ve recently closed. Google moved this option a bit in 2019 when it rolled out Chrome 78, but it’s still easy to find if you know where to loo…

How to Make Chrome Your Default Browser

With a market share of over 65% across mobile and desktop, Google Chrome is the most installed web browser used today. Here’s how you can make Chrome your device’s default browser whether it’s a smartphone, tablet, laptop, or…

Chrome Shortcuts You Should Know

Keyboard shortcuts are the best way to speed up and increase productivity for any task, as they limit your time spent opening menus and settings. Luckily, Google Chrome has a myriad of them designed to increase efficiency bro…

How to Scrape Text from an Image in Chrome

Usually, you use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) software to extract text from an image. However, as of Google Chrome 76, you can use an experimental feature to scrape text from images without any additional software….

What’s New in Chrome 77, Available Now

Chrome 77 hits the stable channel on September 10, bringing easy customization to Chrome. Forget downloading themes: You can apply your favorite colors to Chrome’s browser toolbars with a few clicks from the New Tab page….

How to Use Chrome’s Built-In Task Manager

Most operating systems have a built-in task manager or resource monitor that lets you see all active processes and programs running on your computer. The Chrome web browser also has one that helps you end troublesome tabs and…

How to View Saved Passwords in Chrome for Android

Google Chrome occasionally offers to save passwords as users type them into websites. Android owners can quickly access, delete, and export saved passwords through the mobile browser. Here’s how to view your saved passwords o…
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